‘Powerless’ Spoilers: Emily Helps Teddy Test His New Invention In Episode 5 Sneak Peek

Teddy (Danny Pudi) plans to submit an entry to the Wayne Innovation Contest in Season 1, episode 5 of “Powerless.” But in a sneak peek from the said installment, Teddy realizes that his pair of heat-producing gloves isn’t ready for the competition.
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Students Test Their Concepts in JPL Invention Challenge

Catapults, conveyor belts and vacuums were among the many innovative devices built by students for the 2016 Invention Challenge, an annual engineering competition hosted at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California. The event was designed to …
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Tierrasanta man’s invention put to a real-world crash test

SAN DIEGO — A Tierrasanta inventor had his uniquely designed three-wheeled vehicle put to a real-world crash test recently. The man behind the wheel walked away with just a scratch. “It seemed like a fun car to drive,“ said John Crawford. “It gets a …
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Marijuana breathalyzer test invention enters clinical trials

Bad news for cannabis users, the new marijuana breathalyzer may be available as soon as next year for clinical trials according to Cannabis Culture on Saturday. It looks like a modern invention may make it easier for police to determine if a driver is …
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Guest post: How to market test your invention

Need to know that your invention will sell or that a specific function is needed before you put it into production? Dave Croston, a partner and patent attorney at Withers & Rogers LLP, outlines five tips for market testing your invention, while still …
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In a STEM-obsessed world, let’s remember to value real inventions over test scores – Washington Post (blog)

In a STEM-obsessed world, let's remember to value real inventions over test scores
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Ever since President Obama announced the “Educate to Innovate” campaign for Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Education in November 2009, U.S. educators have launched a number of initiatives to push down STEM …

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