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Engineering researchers are designing nano-optical cables small enough to replace the copper wiring on computer chips.
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Abeego owner Toni Desrosiers hopes to take her Victoria-based food wrap business from a cottage industry to a global player that can compete with giants, without sacificing the integrity of the product.
From the airplane to the DNA fingerprint, science, history and pop culture come under the spotlight in this thrilling chronicle of the 20th century's greatest inventions.
The weird thing is the robot resembles a Star Wars robot, either that or a fluorescent light fixture.
Elder David A. Bednar urged members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to use social media to flood the earth with gospel messages.
One was television pioneer , whose 1906 birthday is noted today. He conceived the idea of television broadcasting while still in high school and realized his dream at the age of 21. The other was , a Yale Ph.D. in physics.
After seeing an increase in arsenic contamination in developing countries, a researcher at the University of Texas at Arlington created a solution that he hopes will be used in the field someday soon.
Marie Curie was a Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity.
Alex Williams, 15, of Shalford Green, is not due to start his GCSEs at Helena Romanes School in Dunmow until September.
A doctor in South Carolina has created a lean, mean, germ-fighting machine, and he's using his invention to help fight the spread of Ebola.
Will Salas of the Patent and Trademark Resource Center, based at the Smithtown Library, will discuss how inventors can protect their ideas.
Invent something, patent it and watch your creative enterprise grow into an empire.
BlackBerry said Monday it has created a new business unit that will include its 44,000 patents and several software projects, as the struggling handset maker seeks to find new revenue streams.
The UpTake: Just because you invent something that makes other people billions of dollars, doesn't mean your invention will be loved.
Do you love the texture of cashmere but not the dry cleaning cost of keeping it clean? Hong Kong University researchers may have just come up with a solution for your fashion dilemma.
The gig: I am an inventor and I run a tech company that provides creations for the good of our society.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 07:32 am
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