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Twenty key inventions of the last 25 years – PWO

Twenty key inventions of the last 25 years
PWO, France – 13 hours ago
Bill collectors are easy to ignore with this invention introduced by BellSouth in 1984 in Orlando. Americans traded all those hours rewinding video

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Carleton engineering student creates innovative invention to … – 3G (press release)

Carleton engineering student creates innovative invention to
3G (press release), UK – 7 hours ago
Research on the invention, to be published in the upcoming edition of Microwave Journal, has already received international accolades.
Student does what Apple can’t, extends iPhone battery life Bitterwallet
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'The Invention of Air' by Steven Johnson – Los Angeles Times

'The Invention of Air' by Steven Johnson
Los Angeles Times, CA – Dec 25, 2008
By MG Lord Although it centers on the life of Joseph Priestley, the 18th century English chemist and clergyman, Steven Johnson's "The Invention of Air: A

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Cooperation sparks inventions – The Coloradoan

Cooperation sparks inventions
The Coloradoan, CO – 2 hours ago
While Yalin said he doesn't expect to get rich from the invention, he said he hopes it ends up making a difference in the world. He said he hopes the laser

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£1.5m for transplant invention – The Oxford Times

£1.5m for transplant invention
The Oxford Times, UK – 13 hours ago
OXFORD University spin-out company OrganOx has raised £1.5m from investors to develop a device for sustaining transplant organs outside the body.

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Invention: Slimline radioactive battery – New Scientist (subscription)

Invention: Slimline radioactive battery
New Scientist (subscription), UK – 13 hours ago
Engineers have long hoped to exploit radioactive decay to generate electricity. One way to do this is to use a radioactive isotope, such as a variant of

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