April 25, 2016
Davison Clients are Talking!
Unfortunately, another weekend has come to a close and, today, it might have been a little more difficult getting out of bed and heading out the door. After all, everyone needs a boost of motivation from time to time. Today, we’re here to give you that push in the right direction that you’ve been looking …Read more
July 1, 2013
Inventor Monday: William Coolidge
William Coolidge was an American physicist who invented many things, such as ductile tungsten, which was used as the filament for incandescent light bulbs. This product not only supplanted the more brittle carbon fibers of Edison’s original design, but made it viable to mass produce light bulbs. He also invented a portable x-ray machine that …Read more