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A Safe Way to Store Food

Kat Nouri would prepare nutritious lunches for her children, bring her own lunch to work, and was extremely dedicated to purchasing hormone-free, healthy foods. Like many health-conscious people, Nouri wasn’t only concerned about what she was putting into her body, she was also concerned about the impact her decisions had on our environment. Given the …

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The Next Generation of Scooters

Remember the good old days childhood? You didn’t have to worry about things like a career, bills, or what you’re cooking your family for dinner. Some people miss the thrill of riding their bikes or scooters down the street as the wind hits them in the face…not a care in the world. Don’t you wish …

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SnapClips – An Idea That Clicked

Sitting in an entrepreneurship class, the young mind of Martin Dimitrov was full of bright ideas for an upcoming project. The project, to come up with a solution to an everyday problem, had left Dimitrov excited, yet not sure about which problem he wanted to tackle. That all changed when it was time to hit …

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Gunnar Optics – Looking Toward the Future

How many hours per day do you spend staring at a screen? According to a recent report from The Vision Council, 83% of people spend more than two hours a day staring at their phone, computer, or tablet and a whopping 60% of the people surveyed said they feel their screen exposure has contributed to …

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A Cleaner Way to Craft

Coloring Easter eggs is a popular family tradition that has been passed down for generations. No matter what, it’s always a competition to see who can create the perfectly dyed egg and every child knows when they see the newspaper laid out, the cups full of dye, and the little wire egg holders, it’s game …

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