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Recloseable packaging and microwaveable plastic trays were named top packaging breakthroughs that most impacted peoples' lives over the last 25 years in an on-line survey hosted by DuPont.
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Editor's note: Information for this story was provided by The Henry Ford. Attention all makers, tinkerers, inventors, hackers and do-it-yourselfers: The call for entries is now open for Maker Faire Detroit 2013 at The Henry Ford in Dearborn.
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UCR student Holly Clarke attaches a emission control device into a lawnmower at the Riverside campus on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.
13 hrs ago | Inhabitat
A team of Norwegian research scientists has unveiled a concept that could see electricity stored on the seabed.
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust's House Walk was Saturday, May 18, and this week we'll be featuring one of the homes each day.
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An 18-year-old science student has made an astonishing breakthrough that will enable mobile phones and other batteries to be charged within seconds rather than the hours it takes today's devices to power back up.
The last month was a hard one for me. Besides a bout with incredibly debilitating kidney stones, I also tried to switch cell phones something nearly as stressful as switching jobs, moving, or getting divorced, especially for someone like me who is so completely dependent on this tool.
If you're planning on entering the 2013 Arctic Innovation Competition , it wouldn't hurt to take a peek at the inventions that wowed the judges of this chilly contest, so here are the grand prize winners from 2009 to 2012 for extra inspiration: Not only did these extremely durable inflatable snowshoes impress AIC's judges, but they also caught the ... (more)
Two minor characters from my novel Makers have apparently come to life and written an article for 3D Printing Industry .
When I first heard about Dorrian Porter's plan to raise $123,000 to honor inventor Nikola Tesla by erecting a statue of him in Silicon Valley, I had one thought: That's kind of kooky.
The invention of the telephone is wrongly attributed to a Scot when in fact it was a little-known Italian, Antonio Meucci This month, newspapers around the world including the South China Morning Post reported that a wax-covered cardboard disc with the voice of Alexander Graham Bell engraved on it had been recovered in the Smithsonian collections ... (more)
No, this isn't from an upcoming Spider-Man movie, but rather a homemade Doctor Octopus costume that comes complete with working mechanical tentacles.
PHOTO COURTESY OF DISNEY Audrey Harris, sixth from left, with the other 11 finalists in the A'Iron Man 3A' Inventor and Innovator Fair; Robert Downey Jr., the star of the movie; and their hosts.
Samsung's PN64F8500 plasma and Panasonic's ZT60 plasma scored the top honors at the 9th annual Flat Panel Shootout Evaluation conducted by integrator Value Electronics in Scarsdale, N.Y. The final results based on the votes of the attendees and a panel of experts, including Dr.
Bernanke told a college graduating class Saturday that the long-range practical consequences of innovations such as faster computers and the Internet are hard to predict.
Today is Wednesday, May 15. Here are five things to know today in Peabody. Sugar or a substitute? Peabody resident Llana Jacobs, a sixth-grader at Cohen Hillel Academy in Marblehead, recently won first place in her grade for her months of work comparing sugar versus sugar substitutes.