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The Inventor's Dilemna (it's the people)

Sam’s journey has been an interesting one. He shared this with me over a conference call recently.

From an early age, Sam saw possibilities – and growing up in an entrepreneurial environment, he was encouraged to act on them. 741 more words

Risk

Feminism and the Appropriation of History

Feminism has become an extremely hot topic in the last few years. What appeared to be a small, but extremely vocal group which relatively laid wayside has become increasingly influential in changing our… 1,155 more words

Feminism

Jonathan Hulls, Inventor

This is some more from Highways and Byways of Oxford and the Cotswolds:

“Jonathan Hulls was the son of a mechanic at Aston Magna, a hamlet through which the railway now passes between Moreton and Blockley stations. 242 more words

Real Life

10 Historical Inventions That Were Patented by Women

Originally posted on crestleaf.com.

When you think about great inventors, you likely think of men such as Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and even Bill Gates. 140 more words

20th Century

Meet 10 budding tech stars who aren't even 20 years old

When Raquel Hosein was 16 years old, she fell down a flight of stairs and hit her head. The injury led to chronic seizures. Many, if not most, teenagers might find the newfound ailment to be debilitating. 77 more words

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Why is no one talking about Sangulani (Maxwell) Chikumbutso? | Habari Gani, America!

Why is no one talking about Sangulani (Maxwell) Chikumbutso?

Typically, any talk of renewable energy, breaking the laws of physics, and especially new drones is world-class news. 121 more words

African

Zimbabwean inventor unveils amazing new prototypes |This is Africa

 Zimbabwean inventor Sangulani Chikumbutso defied at least three laws of physics with his invention of a “self powered generator” reports Malcolm Meja of Zimbabwe’s Business Connect… 192 more words

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