The Dark Mystery of ‘Starlite’: A Hairdresser Said His Invention Could Withstand Nukes. Then It Disappeared

Maurice Ward was a British hairdresser who invented a material called “Starlite” that he said could withstand fire and even nuclear blasts. It drew the attention of Boeing, NASA, and the British …
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2019 Camp Invention Features Deep Sea Mystery, Robotics, Superheroes and High-Tech Farming

Leading Summer Camp Makes STEM and Innovation Relatable and Cool NORTH CANTON, Ohio, April 2, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Camp Invention ® program introduces young innovators to invention and …
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‘The Invention of Fire’ is a thrillingly written 14th-century murder mystery

You will be forgiven if, upon completing Bruce Holsinger’s novel “The Invention of Fire,” you decide that the author spent his early years in late 14th-century London, later to be magically transported to our own time. Holsinger is a scholar of the …
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