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Shantel Jackson Has a High Heel Invention Breakthrough on ‘The Platinum Life’ — Watch! (Exclusive)

She’s there to walk in heels on a special runway, using Shantel’s invention. “She has been busting her a** for so long putting this together,” Nazanin notes. “So, I’m gonna rock that catwalk and I know she’s gonna pass.” The Ladies of ‘The …
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High Recognition of NAMI’s Technology Inventions in the 45th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva – Yahoo Finance


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High Recognition of NAMI's Technology Inventions in the 45th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva
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NAMI's inventions were highly recognized in the 45th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva 2017 with the winning of nine gold medals (with four being special "jury commendation" as the best among all the gold medals awarded) and one silver …

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N.J. high school student displays invention for President Obama

WASHINGTON — After her grandfather suffered a stroke, Diana Nguyen Voronin set about trying to invent a device to help victims do the therapy needed for recovery. Her solution was a wrist-worn device that can tell the wearer whether he or she is properly …
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Lemelson-MIT Program Expands Invention Education Opportunities for Middle and High School Students

The Lemelson-MIT Program announced today the expansion of the Junior Varsity (JV) InvenTeam™ initiative, adding California to its geographic line up of student teams in Massachusetts, Oregon and Texas. The initiative launched in 2014 and equips educators …
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Stakes So High As World Patent Marketing Introduces The Shanklet For Children

World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, announces the Shanklet, a footwear invention that prevents toddlers from removing and losing their shoes. “The footwear market will be worth US$ 211.5 billion by …
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For life-saving invention, Timothy Chuter earns high royalties

Until the early 1990s, repairing aneurysms in the abdomen was a messy, risky procedure that involved slicing patients open. Dr. Timothy Chuter wanted a better way. To prop up weak blood vessels at risk of rupturing, the young, aspiring surgeon devised a …
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