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Frisco 6th Grader Awarded for Invention That Uses Energy Created by Walking to Charge a Phone

Lino Marrero, a Frisco sixth grade student, was recently honored for his ingenuity at the 4th Annual Invention Convention U.S. Nationals after creating wearable tech that can capture energy generated …
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The world’s oldest Nobel Prize winner, a 96-year-old physicist, says his new invention will give everyone in the world clean, cheap energy

RUMSON, New Jersey — Arthur Ashkin, the world’s oldest Nobel Prize winner, favors comfort over style. When I met him in his New Jersey home, he was sporting a fleece-lined zip-up, corduroy pants, and …
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Invention could slash energy consumption

[CAIRO] An Egyptian inventor has successfully tested a safe electricity system for homes that eliminates the risk of electric shocks and reduces energy consumption significantly. The inventor, Tarek Shaaban, who is based in France, has tested the system in …
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The Swedes Have Created The Most Efficient Solar Energy System Using Mirrors And A 2-Centuries-Old Invention

A technology company in Sweden has installed a solar power plant, which it claims is the most efficient in the world today. It has even managed to double the efficiency of solar panels, making them more viable for general population in the near future.
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Become Your Own Charger! Creating Electricity with the Latest and Greatest Invention in Energy – AMPY!

Tejas Shastry of the innovative charging application AMPY joins host, Frank Fontana live in Studio! Invented by 3 local entrepreneurs out of Northwestern Phd candidates. AMPY (http://www.getampy.com/) is a wearable device that captures the energy from …
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A Little ‘Star Wars’ and Pop Energy

Ben Munisteri, an accomplished choreographer with a reputation for formal invention, has been lying low for the past couple of years. On Thursday, he re-emerged with a short, self-produced program at the Actors Fund Arts Center in Downtown Brooklyn.
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