Inventor Elena Bodnar, who witnessed the devastating effects of the Chernobyl disaster, says readily available gas masks could have prevented many cases of radiation sickness.
Then one morning at the beginning of the school day, (my first year as a high school teacher) I walked from my car to the front of the school and saw many students wearing two popular things…earbuds and silicone bracelets.
Many of them aren’t even teenagers yet, but their inventions could cause big changes—the Connecticut team designed a “Smart Sticker” that turns from green to red if a food container isn’t properly refrigerated, while the Ohio team created an erasable barcode that disappears if meat is stored at temperatures above 40 degrees.
Two Westmont men are hoping their invention of a tool used to install commercial ceiling panels will be their key to retirement.
Smart Binz Corp.
Fraze designed a new kind of can, often referred to as a pop top, that could be easily opened with a removable tab.
Have you ever accidently left your child’s sippy cup in the blistering hot car or wonder what that odd smell is coming from under the couch, only to find your child has hidden their thermos there over a week ago?
The ability to speak well is not a talent most people have.
Necessity is the mother of invention, right?
Despite how silly it sounds, water-fueled vehicles do exist.