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5 Almost-Life Changing World’s Fair Inventions – U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report

5 Almost-Life Changing World's Fair Inventions
U.S. News & World Report
The natural-gas industry displayed inventions at the The Festival of Gas Pavilion during the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair. Walter Dorwin Teague Associates, a design company now known as Teague, showcased "The Kitchen of the Future," where …

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Defining Computer Related Inventions in a post-Alice World – IPWatchdog.com


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Defining Computer Related Inventions in a post-Alice World
IPWatchdog.com
One of the things that makes protecting computer related inventions tricky is that first you have to distinctly identify the invention in exact terms. Defining any invention with the level of specificity required to satisfy U.S. patent laws is not

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Astonishing new invention could change the world, and how it works will blow your mind

As we reported recently, scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California at Berkeley have just create an incredible device capable of pulling water out of thin air. The discovery could be huge for developing …
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Huge breakthrough: New invention could change the world

Scientists at the University of California at Berkeley have just invented a device that could have a huge impact on the worldwide population. It’s capable of extracting water from thin air, and more importantly from dry air. Researchers from Berkeley and …
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Invention Convention: Easton kids improve their world

Keeping everyone else well when one family member is sick, relieving test stress, using solar energy to warm a heating mat under the driveway, finding items in an overstuffed purse, and an “unforgettable folder” to help kids who forget their homework.
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How the invention of paper changed the world

The Gutenberg printing press – invented in the 1440s by Johannes Gutenberg, a goldsmith from Mainz in Germany – is widely considered to be one of humanity’s defining inventions. Gutenberg figured out how to make large quantities of durable metal type and …
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