Inventions

UM Engineering Professor Invention Receives MDA Grant

By Shea Stewart University of Mississippi Communications UM chemical engineering professor Paul Scovazzo (third from left) receives a $ 5,000 development grant from the Mississippi Development Authority in a “Pitch in the V-Quad” competition in August. Scovazzo and his brother Anthony Scovazzo hold a patent for a humidity control system …

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Artists pay homage to 9th-century Central Asian inventor of algorithm – The Calvert Journal

Seven artists pay homage to the 9th-century Persian mathematician Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwārizmī, father of the algorithm, in a new exhibition at the Tashkent Center for Contemporary Art (CCAT). Bringing together both Uzbek and international conceptual and visual artists, whose work spans craftsmanship, performance, film, music, architecture, design and critical …

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Products created by Wilmington and locally developed inventions

When Talia Afoa, a Leland resident, talks about what she does, she uses the term “product development”. That’s because, she says, “If you say you’re an inventor, everyone thinks you’re crazy.” Landmark footage of a mad scientist in a laboratory, emitting howls of maniacal laughter. This stereotype does not apply …

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Local inventor on ‘Shark Tank’ October 8

During a routine home workout in May, Lion Latch inventor and owner Lerin Lockwood of Marble Falls received the notification she’s worked for years. “I was tagged with a ‘Shark Tank’ app,” she said. “I filled out the application form and as soon as I finished training ‘Shark Tank’ called …

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Taiwan leads global invention competition with 45 medals

Last week, Taiwan topped the medal table in a global invention competition, finishing with a total of 45, the China Taiwan Innovation and Invention Society announced yesterday. At the annual International Exhibition of Inventions and New Technologies last Monday, Taiwan won 31 gold, 11 silver and three bronze, with inventions …

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Pahang’s pupil is the world’s “best young inventor”

SHE may be 11 years old, but Maryam Muzamir is already establishing herself as a true inventor. SK (P) Methodist Kuantan fifth-year student Pahang recently landed not one, not two, but three achievements in her first international competition – winning praise from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob and …

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