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Fry Wall –Protect Your Kitchen

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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PhoneSoap – Creating a Safer Smart Phone

PhoneSoap – Creating a Safer Smart Phone

In today’s world, our cell phones are a major part of our everyday lives. We use them from the minute we wake up, until right before we’re about to go to sleep…sometimes we’re even on them while we eat. Two inventors, Dan Barnes and Wes LaPorte, were watching a television report one day when they …

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Squeeky Knees – Distraction leads to Discovery

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

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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Slicer – A New Way to Sled

Slicer – A New Way to Sled

Sled riding is a fun activity for children and adults alike to enjoy when the weather is right and the snow is falling. The only necessity is snow…until now. One inventor, Scott Ireland, wanted to find a way for us to enjoy sledding, even if it was 70 degrees and sunny out. Ireland realized that …

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Inventing Kevlar

Inventing Kevlar

Stephanie Kowlek had an interest in science ever since she was a young girl. Growing up in the 1930’s, she was dissuaded from pursuing a career in a male-dominated profession, but that didn’t stop her. At age 23, Kowlek graduated with a degree in chemistry from Carnegie College (currently named Carnegie Mellon University). She was …

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