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Song from π!

Originally published on Mar 6, 2015 on Marina’s BD Piano Solo – Intermediate Composed by David Macdonald. 21st Century. Published by David Macdonald (S0.42069). This song is written by taking the digits of π and assigning them to the notes of the A … Continue reading

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Hydrophobic Surface

Ultra-Ever Dry is a super-hydrophobic (water) and oleophobic  (hydrocarbons) coating that will completely repel almost any liquid.   Ultra-Ever Dry uses proprietary nanotechnology to coat an object and create a barrier of air on its surface.  This barrier repels water, oil … Continue reading

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You’ve Got an Idea

Notice to readers:  Nothing withing this advice should be treated as legal. Not all inventions should be process this way. YOu will need to use your own judgement for using this advice for your particular invention. For more acdruate information please consult … Continue reading

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Inventions Wall

Inventions exist as long as the human civilization exists. For the past thousdands of years there have been millions of inventions created by people. Only in the USA there have been issued over 6 million patents since the United State … Continue reading

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Galilean Thermometer

In September 2000, I received as a birthday gift a fascinating type of thermometer invented by Galileo hundreds of years ago. Unlike most other types of thermometers, it is colourful and aesthetically pleasing. by Greg Hegill What Is It? A … Continue reading

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Russian Inventors

This is a list of inventors from the Russian Federation, Soviet Union, Russian Empire, Tsardom of Russia and Grand Duchy of Moscow, including both ethnic Russians and people of other ethnicities. This list also includes those who were born in … Continue reading

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Any innovation sooner or later leads to invention There are 5 levels of inventive problems solving – the way when aoloutioon ot a technical problem leads to invention and, if it is clear from other claims, to a patent. In the … Continue reading

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Strandbeests Invention

Artist Theo Jansen demonstrates the amazingly lifelike kinetic sculptures he builds from plastic tubes and lemonade bottles. His creatures are designed to move — and even survive — on their own. Theo Jansen is a Dutch artist who builds walking … Continue reading

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50 Years of Computer Science Innovation by Randy Pausch Randy Pausch (Apr 2006) summarizes some of the major research development in computer science at CMU since the 1950’s. Randy Pausch ( a virtual reality pioneer, human-computerinteraction researcher, co-founder of CMU’s … Continue reading

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The Sum of Human Knowledge at Your Fingertips Imagine having the total sum of human knowledge and ingenuity at your fingertips. Whether it is a Ukrainian company with an innovative search engine design applying for a patent this month, a … Continue reading

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