The technique is known as xenointoxication, which sounds like intergalactic beer pong but in medical pathology is Greek for “poisoning the guest.” In Dr.
“The idea is that people don’t want to have their dip touching their other stuff or running all over their plate,” said the Fredericton businessman who came up with the concept for one of Progressive International’s latest kitchen gadgets.
Wendy Krepak and her husband made a comfortable living in real estate for 26 years.
Lithium-ion batteries are made by tightly rolling up the various battery components in layers before encasing them in rectangular or cylindrical packaging.
Getting older isn’t always pleasant.
Dropping a tin of paint all over the kitchen floor two years ago when up a ladder led to 54-year-old New Luce farmer Alistair Taylor having a ‘light bulb’ moment that could see his innovative ‘Ladderlimb’ invention selling all over the world.
The hole that you sip from automatically opens and closes, which means no more fiddling with the lid while driving or otherwise occupied.
The 38-year-old Modesto resident said the idea came from a need he saw across the country because of an increase in low-flow toilets and water efficiency programs.
The Berkeley, Calif., warehouse is the home of Ekso Bionics, a young company that’s about to step out onto the world stage.
Stephen, who works as a leisure centre attendant, said: “I often take my dog, Napoleon, out on my bike.