The Maker of This Invention Kit Wants You to See the World as Your Playground

Growing up means learning how the world works. You learn things like what it means to study and do well in school, how to cook for yourself, how to nail a “business casual” dress code and what it takes to land a steady job. If entrepreneur Jay Silver …
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New Invention platform for the connected world

This week’s Smart DevOps roundup features an API-first Internet of Things platform, a collaboration to provide an interoperable solution for connected devices and the ‘Invention Platform’ for the connected world. Apigee launches API-first IoT …
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Training Like the Pros: World Patent Marketing Introduces a Mobile App Invention that Beats Any Other Basketball Workout Experience

The New York Inventor Exchange approves The Sport Tracker Elite, a mobile app invention, for trading of intellectual property rights. World Patent Marketing, the world’s fastest growing patent, idea protection and inventor services organization, has …
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Hamburg’s world changing invention: When peeing in public, watch out for walls that pee back

A new innovation in the northern German city of Hamburg has taken the world by storm: pee-proof walls. That’s right. Local groups recently began introducing “hydrophobic” paint on areas of the city’s busy night-club district, aimed at deterring …
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Which Top Invention Of 2014 Will Make The Biggest Impact On The World?

Constant connectivity and non-stop power would certainly change the way we all work. Which invention do you think is the best of 2014? Please follow me on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.
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Mother of all invention- this will change the world — Salute the Chennai girl – must watch[RED PIX]

Mother of all invention- this will change the world — Salute the Chennai girl — must watch [RED PIX]

Chitra Thiyagarajan developed a device and technology that converts plastic waste into a fuel similar to diesel and LPG Gas. After a series of tests in a sustained three-year effort, Thiyagarajan finally perfected the device and applied for a patent

She call it as ‘pyro-plant’ , according her all plastics except PET bottles are put in a chamber and heated in the absence of oxygen over chromium micro band heaters to temperatures of between 350oC and 375oC. The gas generated passes into another chamber with a water coolant coils on two sides. It is then pumped into another compartment half-filled with water. The fuel floats on the surface. Non-soluble gas that passes into a condenser can be used as an LPG alternative.