Robert Thomas dropped out of Stanford and was waiting to be discharged from the Marine Corps when he had the idea to hitchhike to Ohio.
Christian Parigger, associate professor of physics at the University of Tennessee Space Institute in Tullahoma, wants to advance the fight against cancer.
With Arnold, Tiger and two timing IMF guy in mind, we have created this wedding ring for people intent on cheating.
An invention by a Limerick student which seeks to minimise the spread infections in hospitals has won the Irish leg of the 2012 James Dyson award.
The invention, named Safetynet, was invented by Dan Watson, a former student at Glasgow School of Art and helps guide juvenile fish inadvertently caught in the nets to safety.
It’s often the simplest inventions that are the most brilliant.
During the day he’s a sales rep with Thigpen, but in his spare time he works with his friend Jim on The Travesso, which is basically a handheld, travel sized espresso maker.
He’s formed a company called NGC Industries with Springfield businessman and landlord Thomas A.
The H20 water-powered radio clips onto the water pipe that runs up to a shower head.
Before “rocketmail” was the name of a short-lived free e-mail service in the late ’90s, it was an idea propounded by German inventor Professor Oberth, who thought it was a good idea to literally use a high-velocity, ill-aimed projectile to deliver mail from Berlin to New York City.