Davison News

Pop Pacifier – Safety First

Janna Badger and Nicki Radzley were two women engaged in successful careers and raising their children. Like all parents, they encountered small problems on a day to day basis. However, the soon realized that one of these problems could turn into a pretty big problem if not dealt with properly. When a child drops their …

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Cut Buddy – Inventing the Perfect Haircut

Joshua Esnard was an avid tinkerer from a young age. Esnard often found himself dismantling things, rebuilding them, and then pondering the designs he had observed throughout the process. Growing up, Esnard’s father would cut his hair, always keeping the style the same. This lasted until Esnard was about to start middle school. He couldn’t …

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GrypMat – Soaring to Success

Tom Burden joined the military right out of high school where he became an aircraft mechanic who specialized in working on F16’s – a complex, expensive aircraft utilized by the US Airforce. After completing his service, Burden began studying for a degree in mechanical engineering, still working on aircraft for the National Guard based out …

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10 Inventions That Make Spring Cleaning a Whole Lot Easier

Spring truly has sprung and along with this bright and colorful season comes everyone’s favorite thing: spring cleaning. Well, maybe it’s not the most beloved tradition of the season, but it is nice to start the most life-giving season with an equally life-giving home scrubbing. Tackling your entire home armed with a vacuum and a …

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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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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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Fry Wall –Protect Your Kitchen

Whether you’re a culinary chef ready to create your next masterpiece or an average Joe looking to make yourself some breakfast, it’s safe to say that we all face similar problems when cooking on a stove top. Sizzling bacon, oily vegetables, fried chicken, bubbling doughnuts…what do they all have in common? It won’t take long …

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Squeeky Knees – Distraction leads to Discovery

It’s an exciting moment in every parent’s life when their child begins to crawl. But it’s only a matter of time before this milestone becomes a frightening realization that your child can begin to get into things they aren’t supposed to. How can you keep track of a baby who is just beginning to discover …

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Scorkl – A New Way to Snorkel

Since the creation of the air pump in 1771, people have enjoyed deep-water exploration and scuba diving as both a hobby and as a profession. It allowed divers to submerge to depths never before imagined. Along with the creation of scuba diving came snorkeling. Snorkeling provides divers with an easier and more light-weight alternative to …

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