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Invention Spotlight: Fall Inventions

Invention Spotlight: Fall Inventions

Sipping on a cup of warm tea, feeling the cool wind softly brushing against your skin, hearing the crunch of freshly fallen leaves against your feet, and looking around to find that the world has been reshaped into bright tones …

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Ten Kid Inventors Who Changed Our Lives

Ten Kid Inventors Who Changed Our Lives

We often think of children as these aimless creatures, just running around and possessing all this energy with no outlet. What we sometimes forget is that children possess an unmatched sense of wonder and possibility. To them, the world feels …

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Ten Female Inventors Who Changed Our Lives

Ten Female Inventors Who Changed Our Lives

The world as we know it was built through a series of inventors and inventions. Brilliant minds have given us gadgets that quite literally shape the way that we interact with the world and with one another every single day. …

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Eureka! 5 Accidental Inventions

Eureka! 5 Accidental Inventions

Something we’ve all heard growing up is that accidents happen. If the words are uttered by a parent, usually the accident deals with putting mud in something we shouldn’t have or gluing our fingers together.  And all accidents provide learning …

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Nikola Tesla: 5 Fast Facts

Nikola Tesla: 5 Fast Facts

When people think of Nikola Tesla, they think of his innovations in the world of electricity and his notable rivalry with Thomas Edison. What people might not know about are the small quirks which helped define his persona. Here are …

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Bring Your Own Hammer: Maker Bars and Restaurants

Bring Your Own Hammer: Maker Bars and Restaurants

Have you ever wanted to sit down, pour a glass of wine, and just create? If the Maker Movement has taught us anything, it’s that you’re not alone. Luckily, many businesses have carved out a place to call home in …

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Makers and Maker Movements: Furniture as Art

Makers and Maker Movements: Furniture as Art

According to New York Architect Lee F. Mindel, “Interiors are no longer decorated, they’re curated.”  We have to agree.  One of the main focuses of the Maker Culture is do-it-yourself (DIY) furniture, which many artists, both novice and professional, have …

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Toys that Inspire: 1960’s to Now

Toys that Inspire: 1960’s to Now

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that toys are among the top-selling items in the world; in fact, in 2017 over $20.7 billion dollars were spent on toys in the United States alone. Toys aren’t only important to children, they’re important to …

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