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Inventions of 2008

IdeaBuyer Favorite Inventions of 2008 Of the several patents filed in 2008, the following 10 are our favorites! Some because they have been recognized as having the most potential for changing the world and others because they are cool. 1....

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Invention History

On a day to day basis we take thousands of inventions for granted. This article discusses some of history’s everyday inventions. Superglue or Krazy Glue was originally rejected by its discoverer, Dr. Harry Coover, in 1942 for being "too sticky"....

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New T-Shirt Prototype Improves Athletic Performance

A new T-shirt designed by EU researchers could assist athlethes with the ability to improve their performance and prevent injury. As part of the ConText Project, a project with the mission of producing clothing to measure electrophysiological activity from the...

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Idea Buyer Member Feature Story

Earl Bennett of GT Seat Belt Extenders Persistence, patience, and perspiration have paid off for long-time inventor, Earl Bennett in the form of his latest product, the GT Seat Belt Extender. Bennett says his inspiration for inventing comes from Willy...

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Rearden Steel – Lawmakers Steal Royalties from Capitalists

America is often called the land of opportunity. Work hard and play by the rules, we hear, and you can lay claim to all that you have produced. It is the reason people risk death and imprisonment to set foot...

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Butanol: The Gasoline of the Future?

Ethanol, the long-time front-runner among gasoline alternatives, might have to step aside for a new technology from British energy company BP. As early as this spring, gasoline stations in Britain could begin offering butanol, an easily transportable and more energy-efficient...

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Logging – So Easy an Environmentalist Could Do It

The solution to the bitter war between environmentalists and the logging industry might have finally been realized with a creative innovation from Canada-based Triton Logging Inc. Their new underwater saw capitalizes on the 45,000 forgotten forests that have been drowned...

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Sun Safety Has Never Been So Easy

It is no secret that unprotected, repeated overexposure to the sun will cause skin cancer. More than that, daily exposure to ultraviolet light will cause premature aging and wrinkles. Despite these undeniable facts, many people refuse to easily prevent these...

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Top 10 Inventions of 2007

The year 2007 saw a number of groundbreaking inventions from many sectors. Medical technology, personal communication, sports safety, energy saving breakthroughs, and other gadgetry saw huge advances throughout the year. However, some inventions simply outshine the rest of the pack...

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Solution to Our Oil Addiction?

What is old becomes new again with a high-power microwave John Gerbich Inventor Frank Pringle might have begun the end of an era of wasted energy with the introduction of his new “Hawk” microwave. Do not let the name fool...

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