Inventors Sitemap - Page 6 2016-09-26

What Is a Copyright?
What is a copyright? Inventors.

Leo Gerstenzang - Inventor of Q-Tips
Q-Tips was not the original brand name for the new cotton swabs.

Logbook - How Do I Prove This is My Idea - Keep a Logbook
Proving the date of your invention's conception is invaluable - use a logbook.

Today In History - Inventions Patents and Copyrights
Today in history - find out about famous events in patent trademark or copyright history.

What Can Be Patented?
What can be patented? Inventors.

Tutorial How To Write A Marketing Plan
A marketing plan will help you to better sell your product to interested parties

Chester Carlson and the History of Xerox Photocopiers
Chester Carlson was the inventor of the photocopier and electrophotography - a Xerox

The History of Foot-Powered and Motorized Scooters
Early patents for scooters have been filed as far back as 1921. We examine the history of the scooter, from an inventor's perspective.

What Do Intellectual Property Lawyers Do?
Intellectual property lawyers are professionals who are trained and licensed to practice intellectual property law.

Definition of Utility Patent
Most patents fall into the utility patent description.

How to Do a Patent Search for New Inventors
Finding patents with a patent search is almost like being a detective.

Provisional and Non-Provisional Patent Applications
Whatís the difference between provisional and non-provisional patent applications?

Trademark Application Filing Fee and Other Costs
What are the filing fees for a trademark application and what are the other trademark fees

Timeline of Important Dates in Microsoft History
A history timeline of computing giant Microsoft.

Use a Non-Disclosure Agreement - Unpatented Invention
When you have an unpatented invention and you need to show it to potential investors or a lawyer or a manufacturer or anyone else - you can use a non-disclosure agreement to protect your ideas.

Arturo Alcaraz - Filipino Scientist
Arturo Alcaraz is a volcanologist specializing in geothermal energy development.

Julian Banzon - Filipino Chemist
Julian Banzon researched methods of producing alternative fuels.

How a Telephone and Phone Calls Work
Have you ever wondered how a telephone works, it is an invention that most of us use everyday, yet few of us know how a telephone works.

History of of the Video Game Tetris
Tetris originated in Russia and was never patented - history of Tetris

Ghost Detectors
Several laboratory test instruments are now being used to aid in the hunt of the paranormal.

Using Ghost Detectors - Ghost Hunting
Learn how use ghost detectors - ghost hunting toolbox - capture true ghostly phenomena and photography. Page 2.

Tutorial onTrademark Registration - And Its Not That Hard
This tutorial prepares you to file your application for trademark registration.`If you have a great name for your product or service, protect it.

How Your Trademark Application Is Examined
The examination of applications for trademark registration. Got that great name - who else might already have it? Page 2.

History of Hershey's Chocolate - Milton Hershey
In 1894 Milton Hershey started the Hershey Chocolate Company now the largest producer of chocolate candy in the world. Biography of Milton Hershey and a history of his chocolate bars..

The Quotes of Nikola Tesla
Quotes made by Nikola Tesla about his inventions and his philosophy of the future. Tesla is the most underrated inventor of our times, who only of late is receiving the praise and recognition that he has long deserved.

Calvin Taylor Model of Creative Thinking
Calvin Taylor's model of creative thinking and critical thinking. Learn how to think creatively.

History of Toy Trains
Where did toy model trains come from and who are the most famous manufacturers of toy trains.

Joshua Lionel Cowen
Joshua Lionel Cowen was the founder of Lionel Model Trains, one of the first successful model train manufacturers.

Ten Top Ways to Fail as an Inventor
Don't waste your time and money - avoid the common pitfalls most inexperienced inventors make.

History of Famous Inventors Past and Present
History and biographies of famous inventors with background information and patents on each invention - sp inventers

The History of Krokodil
Krokodil is a street drug and a cheap alternative to heroin with even more deadly side effects. However, Krokodil was once a drug called Permonid that was invented in 1932. Many other illegal drugs were once legal and patented.

Different Types of Jet Engines - Intro to Turbo Jets
The different types of jet engines.

Turboprop Jet Engine
A turboprop engine is a jet engine attached to a propellor - small airliners and transport aircraft are powered by turboprops.

Turboshaft Jet Engines
This is another form of gas-turbine engine that provides power for a helicopter rotor.

Ramjets
A ramjet is the most simple jet engine that has no moving parts however space vehicles use this type of jet.

Otis Boykin - Patent Drawings
Otis Boykin invented an improved electrical resistor

Otis Boykin - Patent Drawings
Otis Boykin invented an improved electrical resistor

Otis Boykin - Patent Drawings (Click on Image for Larger View)
Otis Boykin invented an improved electrical resistor

Otis Boykin - Patent Drawings
Otis Boykin invented an improved electrical resistor

Pictorial Timeline of the Automobile
A pictorial timeline outlining the history and development of automobiles.

Automobile Timeline - Pre1900
Automobile Timeline - Pre1900. Inventors.

Andrew Jackson Beard - Rotary Engine 2
Andrew Jackson Beard patented a rotary engine.

Andrew Jackson Beard
Andrew Jackson Beard patented an improvement to railroad car couplers commonly called the Jenny Coupler

Andrew Jackson Beard - Patents Listed for Andrew Jackson Beard
The original patent drawing of black inventor Andrew Jackson Beard.

Kid Inventions - Chimney Filter and Robber Snare
We are proud to present a showcase for kid inventions from children K-6 chosen from the Kid's Forum at Blue Print Earth.

Kid Invention - PES - Paralyzed Evaporation System
Kid Invention - PES - Paralyzed Evaporation System

KId Invention - THE GARBAGE-O-MATIC
KId Invention - THE GARBAGE-O-MATIC

Kid Invention - Peace Machine
Kid Invention - Peace Machine. Inventors.

Kid Invention - The Pollution Partner
Kid Invention - The Pollution Partner

Kid Inventions - Mallip Trashmaster
Kid Inventions - Mallip - Trashmaster

Kid Invention - SMOG SCRAPER
Kid Invention - SMOG SCRAPER. Inventors.

Kid Invention - Get The Weed Wacker
Kid Invention - Get The Weed Wacker

19th Century Inventions and Science
The invention of useable electricity, steel, and petroleum products during the 19th century lead to a second industrial revolution that featured the growth of railways and steam ships, faster and wider means of communication, and inventions with names we all know today. Page 2.

Inventions of the 19th Century Timeline
Learn about the famous inventions of the 19th Century, a period of rapid technological progress that took place during the 1800s, when many of the inventions we still use or know about today were first invented. Written in chronological order this timeline is extremely easy to use and includes links to indepth materials on each event.

Tim Berners-Lee Profile - Internet Pioneer
Tim Berners-Lee was the man leading the development of the World Wide Web.

Fig Newton - History and Invention of the Cookies
Charles Roser won fame for creating the Fig Newton cookies recipe before selling it to Nabisco.

New York Famous People - Inventors
What famous people come from New York?

Famous Inventors From New Jersey
What famous people come from New Jersey?

Research on Leprosy Done by Scientist Jose Rodriguez
Jose Rodriguez is a noted Filipino scientist and researcher who has invented methods of controlling leprosy.

The Story of Automobile Imventor Gottlieb Daimler
In 1885 Gottlieb Daimler invented a gas engine that allowed for a revolution in car design.

Biography of Surgery Pioneer Daniel Hale Williams
African American Doctor Daniel Hale Williams is credited with having performed a prototype open-heart surgery.

Ebenezer Butterick - Who Invented Sewing Patterns
Ebenezer Butterick invented the tissue paper dress pattern or sewing pattern in 1863.

Electroplating: History and Timeline
Luigi Brugnatelli invented electroplating in 1805 he performed electrodeposition of gold using the Voltaic Pile discovered by his college Allessandro Volta.

History and Invention of M&Ms Candies
Forrest Mars invented the recipe for M&Ms during the Spanish Civil War.

Louisiana Famous People and Inventors
What famous people come from Louisiana?

Charles Parsons Invented the Steam Turbine
Charles Parsons patented his new steam turbine engine on April 1884 and immediately uses the engine to drive an electrical generator which he also designs.

Alexander Shulgin - Profile of the Inventor of Ecstasy
The man responsible for the modern research of MDMA, also called Ecstasy, is Alexander Shulgin, the Godfather of psychedelics.

History of the Yo-Yo and Pedro Flores
Pedro Flores was the first person to manufactured the yo-yo in the United States.

Granville Woods - Patents and Photos
Photos of the inventions of Granville Woods.

Granville Woods - Induction Telegraph System
Granville Woods invented an improved induction telegraph system

Granville Woods - Incubator
Granville Woods invented an improved incubator.

Granville T Woods Photo
Photo of inventor Granville T Woods

Granville Woods - Woodcut From Cleveland Gazette
Granville Woods - Woodcut From Cleveland Gazette

William Hewlett (of Hewlett-Packard) Inventor Biography
William Hewlett inventor of an improved audio oscillator started the electronics company Hewlett Packard.

The History of Linoleum
Englishmen Fredrick Walton invented linoleum the home floor covering in 1860.

Thomas Hancock Profile - Inventor of Elastic
Thomas Hancock founded the British rubber industry and invented the masticator - Charles Macintosh invented waterproof garments.

Black History - Index of Inventors and Patent Holders
Black inventors - hundreds of inventions listed in this African American database - celebrate black history month.

List of Inventors for Black History Month
Hundreds of inventions listed in this African American database - celebrate black history month. Page 2.

African American Inventors - S
List of patent holders. Inventors. Page 3.

Mmm Mmm Good - Trademarks & History of Campbell's Soup
Soup history occurred when John Dorrance the nephew of a wealthy Campbell's Soup investor went to work for the company.

The History of Ice Cube Trays
The history of ice cube trays and the first refrigerators to have ice

Duramold - Fairchild - Howard Hughes and the Spruce Goose
Aircraft of composite materials began to appear in the late 1930s with plastic-impregnated wood materials or Duramold including the Spruce Goose.

Howard Hughes, Builder of the Famous Spruce Goose
The Spruce Goose was the largest plane ever to fly. Page 2.

Guide To Patenting And USPTO Patent Applications
How to correctly mark a patent or use patent pending

Talking to the Heart Candy
Have you ever wondered who invented Sweethearts Conversation Hearts? Or who writes the sayings that are found on the heart candies.

Learn About Black Inventors for Black History Month
A listing of black inventors (whose names begin with

Mary Walton - Inventions and Biography
Mary Walton invented several anti-pollution devices during the industrial revolution.

Early History - Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin
A history of cotton and the life of Eli Whitney.

History of Cotton - Inventions for Cotton Farming
Inventions that affected the history of cotton. Page 2.

Eli Whitney and Cotton - Eli Whitney Writes About His Life
Eli Whitney writes about his life as the inventor of the cotton gin. Page 3.

Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin - How was the Cotton Gin Recieved?
Public reaction to Eli whitney's cotton gin. Page 4.

Eli Whitney's Patent Battle
Eli Whitney has to defend his patent for the cotton gin. Page 5.

Luz Oliveros Belardo
Filipino chemist Luz Oliveros Belardo researched the phytochemical properties of plants in the Philippines for natural products

What Cannot Be Copyrighted?
Several items cannot be copyright protected.

African American Inventors | Black History Month
African Americans inventors invented many of the inventions we use everyday.

Inventor of the Snowblower - Arthur Sicard
Canadian inventor Arthur Sicard invented the snowblower in 1925.

Max Factor: Biography of the Father of Modern Makeup
Biography of makeup king Max Factor.

African American Inventor Bios - Black History Month
African Americans invented many of the inventions we use everyday - Learn more about black history and biographies.

Wernher Von Braun: Biography of a Rocket Scientist
Wernher Von Braun - biography of the famous rocketeer

Rolodex - Arnold Neustadter and the History of the Rolodex
Arnold Neustadter owned and Arnold Neustadter invented the round file holder - the Rolodex

Black History Month - African American Inventors
African American inventors. Page 2.

Black History Month - African American Inventors
African American inventors. Page 4.

List of African American Inventors and Their Patents
African American inventors - black history month

Black History Month - African American Inventors
African American inventors. Page 3.

Dead or Abandoned Status - Inventions Definition
Definition of dead. Inventors.

Charles Macintosh and the Macintosh Raincoat
The macintosh raincoat was named after Charles Macintosh, the Scottish chemist. Page 2.

Trivia Questions on Invention History
The trivia answers to who invented which famous invention

Quick Trivia Answers
Quick Trivia Answers. Inventors. Page 2.

Rufus Stokes Profile & Inventions
Rufus Stokes invented a exhaust purifier and an air pollution control device.

Sporting Goods - The History of Sporting Goods
The history of sports equipment and different sporting goods.

History of Slot Machines - Liberty Bell
The history of slot machines - Charles Fey invented the Liberty Bell

The History of Slot Machines - Charles Fey
The history of slot machines and Charles Fey who invented the Liberty Bell slot machine. Page 2.

Common Law (Trademark Rights) - Definition
Rights called common law rights arise from actual use of a trademark.

Famous Inventors: Names Beginning With E
The history behind great inventions and great inventors.

Edward Teller and the Hydrogen Bomb - 1951
In 1951 Edward Teller and team built the super hydrogen bomb and worked on the earlier atomic bomb in 1939.

Edward Teller Talks about the History of the Atomic Bomb
Extracts from a speech by Edward Teller on the history of the atomic bomb. Page 2.

A List of Patents Issued to Elijah McCoy
Patents issued to Elijah McCoy. Inventors.

Elijah McCoy - Text For Patent #129,843
Elijah McCoy - Text For Patent #129,843

Elijah McCoy - Drawing For Patent #130,305
Elijah McCoy - Drawing For Patent #130,305

Elijah McCoy - Improvement in ironing tables
Elijah McCoy - Drawing For Patent #150,876

Airplane Development and World War I Vehicles
The first World War brought about the magical development of all kinds of airplanes.

Biography of Gordon Moore and Overview of Moore's Law
Gordon Moore is the co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of Intel Corporation and the author of Moore's Law.

Lewis Latimer - African American Inventor
Lewis Latimer invented the water closet for railroad cars - the electric lamp with an inexpensive carbon filament and a threaded wooden socket for light bulbs.

Famous Quotes of Inventor Lewis Latimer
Famous quotes from Lewis Latimer. Page 2.

The History of the Answering Machine
The history of answering machines - the first practical apparatus for magnetic sound recording and reproduction - beginning in 1898.

Ted Hoff - Co-Inventor of the First Microprocessor
Ted Hoff thought it would be neat to use MOS LSI technology to produce a computer on a chip. So, in 1971, he and two other engineers at Intel did it.

The History of Construction Materials - Overview
Links to pages that are excellent resources for researching the history of construction and building materials.

African American Inventors - Black History Month
African American inventors - black history month biographies

African American Inventors - Black History
African American inventors - black history month. Page 4.

African American Inventors Index B (Barry to Bell)
African American inventors - black history month. Page 2.

African American Inventors - Black History
African American inventors - black history month. Page 3.

African American Inventors - Black History Month
A list of African American patent-holding inventors, from Anthony Brown to Turner Byrd, Jr., in honor of Black History Month. Page 5.

Ada Lovelace: The Enchantress of Numbers
Ada Byron Lovelace wrote a scientific paper in 1843 that anticipated the development of computer software artificial intelligence and computer music.

Hans Christian Oersted's Experiment With Magnetic Field
In 1820 Hans Christian Oersted proved electric current could affect a compass needle - however Oersted could not explain why.

February is Black History Month
Many of the inventions we use everyday African Americans inventors invented. Page 2.

Inventions of Black Inventors
The inventions of black inventors. Page 3.

American Inventors Listed by State of Birth
Choose an American inventor by state.

The History of Swimsuits - An Introduction
The first swimsuits consisted of bloomers and black stockings

Swimsuits 1855
The first swimsuits consisted of bloomers and black stockings

Swimsuit Circa 1915
A group of people in swimsuits. Inventors.

Bikini Swimsuit 1946
The bikini was reinvented in 1946

Slimsuit
Carol Wior invented the Slimsuit, a women's swimsuit

Swimsuits 1922
Four young women wearing bathing suits.

Biography of Robert Noyce, 1927 - 1990
Robert Noyce is credited as being the co-inventor of the integrated circuit aka microchip along with Jack Kilby.

Benjamin Banneker - Farmers Almanac
Benjamin Banneker recognized African American inventor - biography pictures and information.

Benjamin Banneker's Letter to Thomas Jefferson
Read antislavery publicist Benjamin Banneker's letter to Thomas Jefferson, urging equality. Maryland, Baltimore County, August 19, 1791. Page 2.

Benjamin Banneker Letter to Thomas Jefferson
Benjamin Banneker's letter to Thomas Jefferson urging equality. Page 3.

Thomas Jefferson's Letter to Benjamin Banneker
Thomas Jefferson thanks Benjamin Baneker for the farmers almanac in Thomas Jefferson's letter to Banneker. Page 4.

History of the Farmers' Almanac: Benjamin Banneker
History of the Farmers' Almanac a book containing a calendar of a various astronomical phenomena with weather prognostications and seasonal suggestions for farmers. Page 5.

Marvin Stone and the History of Drinking Straws
In 1888 Marvin Stone patented the spiral winding process to manufacture the first paper drinking straws.

Black Inventors - Patent Holders List Index R
A table of black inventors - each black inventor has a date and patent number and research material on each invention.

How To Trademark Search
Do a USPTO trademark search at a local PTDL or a common law search before mark application.

Examples of Completed Business Plans
Sample business plans than can be used to as a guideline for writing your own.

Benefits of a Registered Trademark
Why should I get a registered trademark and how do I do it?

Understanding Biophotovoltaics - Generating Energy Using Plant Photosynthesis
You can not get any greener technology than biophotovoltaic devices based on the photosynthesis of living organisms, namely plants. Science has started to harness the energy of light by letting plants do what comes naturally, derive energy from the sun.

The Evolution of the Spinning Wheel
The spinning wheel is an ancient machine that turns fibers into yarn.

History of the Bulldozer - Famous Inventions
It is not certain who invented the first bulldozer - however the bulldozer blade came first.

Grace Murray Hopper - Biography and Career Overview
Biography and achievements of Rear Admiral Grace Murray Hopper, the co-inventor of the programming language COBOL.

Admiral Grace Hopper - Life In The Navy
Admiral Grace Hopper retired from the Naval Reserve with the rank of Commander at the end of 1966. Page 2.

Grace Murray Hopper - Inspiring Youth
Grace Murray Hopper gave many speeches to inspire young people. Page 3.

German Chemist and Inventor Robert Bunsen
As an inventor, Robert Bunsen developed several methods of analyzing gases, however, he is best known for his invention of the Bunsen burner.

Bill Gates - Biography
A look at the life of the founder and first chairman of Microsoft.

Black History Month - African American Inventors
Complete research material for black history month - each black inventor listed has a date patent number and a description of the invention - a database of African American inventors.

Patricia Bath: 1st Black Female Doctor Granted a Patent
Patricia Bath became the first African American woman doctor to receive a patent for a medical invention.

Who Invented the Thong?
Thongs were originally called tangas.

History of Pagers or Beepers - Inventors
A pager is a radio frequency device that allows the pager user to receive messages broadcast on a specific frequency.

History of Papermaking, from Papyrus to Dixie Cups
The invention of paper and the history of papermaking machinery.

Inventor Otis Boykin - Improved Electrical Resistor
Black inventor Otis Boykin invented an improved electrical resistor used in computers radios television sets and a variety of electronic devices.

Famous Inventors in History - H Biographies
Biographies of the most famous inventors in history - timelines patents inventions and other information.

Where To Get A Patent Application
Quick and easy - where to get a patent application and what kind you will need.

Eadweard Muybridge - Motion Photographer
Eadweard Muybridge conducted motion-sequence still photographic experiments and is often called the Father of the motion picture.

Famous Inventors and Inventions I to J
Information on famous inventors - patent history and biographies.

Famous Inventors and Inventions - W Biographies
Patent history - famous inventors - biographies - and the very interesting stories behind the making of an invention.

History of Gunpowder
Alchemists were the major force behind the early invention of gunpowder.

The History of the Bikini
The bikini was re-invented in 1946.

The Duryea Brothers - Automobile History
America's first gasoline powered commercial car manufacturers were two brothers - Charles and Frank Duryea.

Biography & Patents of Italian Inventor Enrico Fermi
Enrico Fermi invented the neutronic reactor and won the nobel prize for physics.

Enrico Fermi - Inventions and Patents
Today, Enrico Fermi’s neutronic reactor is in common use in nuclear power plants. Page 3.

Enrico Fermi - Neutronic Reactor Patents
A list and summary of Enrico Fermi's patents. Page 2.

History of the Integrated Circuit
Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce separately invented the IC or integrated circut at the same time.

African American Inventors - Patent Holders Index P
Black History Month - Dates patent numbers and a description of the different inventions with pages of complete research material and biographies for each African American inventor.

African American Inventors and Inventions
Black History Month - Dates patent numbers and a description of the different inventions with pages of complete research material for each african american inventor. Page 2.

Women Inventors A to Z Biography List
Women inventors the biographies inventions and photos of inventors from Randi Altschul to Mary Walton.

Luca Pacioli
Luca Pacioli is considered to be the founder of modern accounting methods. Page 2.

History of Accounting - Introduction
Modern accounting was invented during the Renaissance when the memorandum, journal and ledger as we know them all began.

The Spinning Mule Invention by Samuel Crompton
Samuel Crompton invented the spinning mule - Samuel Crompton's machine combined the best features of both the Spinning Jenny and Arkwright's Water (spinning) Frame.

Bette Nesmith Graham Invented Liquid Paper
Bette Nesmith Graham was a secretary who used her own kitchen blender to mix up her first batch of liquid paper.

History of the Steam Engine - James Watt
James Watt and his life as the inventor of the modern steam engine.

Elias Howe - The Sewing Machine
Elias Howe patented the first American made sewing machine.

The Invention of the Wheel
The oldest wheel found in archeological excavations was discovered in what was Mesopotamia and is believed to be over fifty-five hundred years old

Kid Invention - Water Turn-Offer
Kid Invention - Water Turn-Offer

Kid Inventions - Forest Flame Fighter - Newest Thing to Get Rid of Tornados
Kid Inventions - Forest Flame Fighter - Newest Thing To Get Rid Of Tornados

James Watt - Invention of the Modern Steam Engine
The first modern steam engine was the invention of James Watt Learn about the early life of James Watt

James Watt - Inventor of the Modern Steam Engine
The Newcomen steam engine was shown to James Watt and he improved it. Page 2.

James Watt's Separate Condenser
Most notable was James Watt's 1769 patent for a separate condenser connected to a cylinder by a valve. Page 3.

James Watt - Building the Steam Engine
James Watt builds his own steam engine. Page 4.

James Watt - Matthew Boulton and the Steam Engine
James Watt invented the modern steam engine and partnered with Matthew Boulton. Page 5.

Great Inventors - C Biographies
Great inventors - their lives and inventions - Read an extensive list of biographies and other history information.

The History of Explosives - Black Powder
The history of explosives - an explosive is a device that produces a volume of rapidly expanding gas that exerts pressure.

Bessie Blount - Physical Therapist and Inventor
Physical therapist Bessie Blount worked with injured soldiers and her war service inspired her to patent a device that allowed amputees to feed themselves.

Weights and Measures: History of Measurement Tools
From Noahs ark to modern times - the history of measurement and measuring tools

Biography of Steve Russell - Starwar Inventor
In 1962, Steve Russell invented SpaceWar. Spacewar was one of the first games intended for computer use. Page 3.

The History of the Computer Game SpaceWar
In 1962, Steve Russell invented SpaceWar. Spacewar was one of the first games intended for computer use.

Spacewar Online
Play Spacewar online - play an emulation of one of the first computer games ever written in 1962. Page 2.

Percy Julian and the Invention of Cortisone
Black inventor Percy Julian invented an improved synthesis of Cortisone

History of Cortisone - Edward Calvin Kendall
The antirheumatic properties of Cortisone was discovered by the American chemist Edward Calvin Kendall. Page 2.

History of Women Inventors Who Filed Patents
Women patent holders may not have gotten a lot of recognition throughout early history, but their contributions to society are significant.

Women in History - Reinventing The Home and Fashion
Women in history includes - the self-cleaning house and the slimsuit - all made by famous women inventors. Page 2.

Women in History - Can That Diva Invent?
Women in history includes - two hollywood goddesses and an opera diva that could invent. Page 3.

Women in History - The Scientists
Women in History includes the scientists who have changed the world. Page 4.

Women in History - Medical Saviors
Women in History includes the medical saviors. Page 5.

George Washington Carver - Pictures and Quotes
Pictures and quotes of George Washington Carver

Pictures and Quotes of George Washington Carver
Pictures and quotes of George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver - Quotes and Photos
Pictures and quotes of George Washington Carver

Elijah McCoy - Life of An Inventor
Elijah McCoy may be unknown to most people however his inventions have created a level of distinction which bears his name.

Louis Pasteur - Germ Theory of Disease
Louis Pasteur invented pasteurization and discovered the germ theory of disease.

George Stephenson - The First Steam Locomotive Engine
George Stephenson is considered to be the inventor of the first steam locomotive engine for railways

History of Barbie Doll and Inventor Ruth Handler
The history of Barbie dolls and inventor Ruth Handler who invented the Barbie Doll in 1959.

Garrett Morgan - Gas Mask and Traffic Signal
Garrett Morgan was a Cleveland inventor who invented a device called the Morgan safety hood and smoke protector now called the gas mask.

Ruth Handler - Inventor of Barbie & Mattel Co-Founder
Ruth Handler invented Barbie and co-founded Mattel Toys. Barbie was the first mass-marketed adult-looking doll for girls. Page 2.

History of the Mattel Toy Company
One example of a contemporary toy manufacturer is Mattel, an international company. Toy manufacturers produce and distribute most of our toys. Page 3.

Johannes Gutenberg - Printing Press
In 1450 Johannes Gutenberg made his first printing press.

10 Famous Mexican Inventors
From birth control pills to color television Mexican inventors have contributed to creating many notable inventions.

Famous Inventors and Inventions - E
Famous inventors who made history - read about their famous lives and inventions.

Read About Famous Inventors: A to Z
Read all about famous inventors and the history of their inventions.

Native American Inventions - Totem Pole Invention
Native Americans invented the totem pole - toboggan - tipi - kayak - birch bark canoe - snow shoes - lacrosse - moccasins

Alexander Graham Bell - First Telephone Patent
United States Patent No. 174,465 was issued to Alexander Graham Bell in 1876, and became recognized as the most valuable patent in history.

First Telephone Patent
United States Patent No. 174,465 issued to Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 and became recognized as the most valuable patent.

Alexander Graham Bell - Patent for a Telephone
The written text where Alexander Graham Bell describes his patent for the telephone in detail.

Patent for a Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell
The written text where Alexander Graham Bell describes his patent for the telephone in detail.

Alexander Graham Bell Patented the Telephone
The written text where Alexander Graham Bell describes his patent for the telephone in detail.

Patenting the Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell
The written text where Alexander Graham Bell describes his patent for the telephone in detail.

History of the Barbecue Invention
To barbecue means to slow-cook meat at a low temperature - who invented the word barbecue.

Inspiration for the Lonely Inventor
Being an independent inventor is often a lonely occupation. What do you do when you are the only person who believes in what you are doing? You come to me and other inventors for inspiration.

Who Invented Foamposites?
Foamposites where chemistry, basketball, and branding all meet. Learn about the technology behind this popular type of Nikes,

Benjamin Carson Pioneering Surgeon - Inventors
In 1987, he gained world-wide recognition as the principal surgeon in the twenty-two hour separation of the Binder Siamese twins from Germany.

British Industrial Designer & Inventor Sir James Dyson
Sir James Dyson,vacuum cleaner. Inventors.

Famous People From Ohio - Inventors
What famous people come from Ohio?

Beverage - History and Origins of your Favorite Beverage
The origins of various beverages and the many inventions behind the making of your favorite beverage.

Iimeline - Evolution of Submarine Design
The evolution of submarine design - a history timeline.

How to Make an Anemometer or Weather Vane
How to build an anemomter or weather vane.

Francisco Santos - Filipino Chemist
Filipino agricultural chemist Doctor Francisco Santos studied the nutritive values and chemical composition of local foods.

The Inventions and Theories of Joseph Henry
Joseph Henry was an important American scientist and the first Director of the Smithsonian Institution.

Marketing Plan for the Independent Inventor
Market research does not have to be costly nor does it have to be a complex process.

Commerce - Definition and Use in Commerce
The definition of commerce for intellectual property purposes. Use in Commerce and Interstate Commerce

Vortex Technology and Viktor Schauberger
Vortex technology was developed by Viktor Schauberger - learn about his inventions and biography.

What Are the Elements of a Marketing Plan?
What are the elements of a marketing plan

Guglielmo Marconi - Radio Pioneer & Inventor
Radio pioneer, Guglielmo Marconi sent and received his first radio signal in Italy in 1895.

History of the Rain Gauge
King Sejong the Great, who reigned the Choson Dynasty from 1418 to 145, invented the first rain gauge. He sought ways to improve agricultural technology.

Failure - Not Really
The main reason you should not have a fear of failure, because many failures led to success.

Who Invented Amazon
Amazon calls itself the world's largest bookstore. Learn the history behind this giant online retailer and some interesting achievements that Amazon has accomplished.

Dorothy Arzner - Boom Microphone
Legendary film director Dorothy Arzner rocked Hollywood by portraying women as strong and liberated during the golden age of film. Dorothy Arzner also rocked the world of sound recording by inventing the boom microphone.

Who Invented The Cupcake?
It's small, it's humble, it's delicious. Learn the sweet history behind the cupcake.

Stories of Great Inventions for Kids
Stories about great inventions for Kids

2009 Top New Inventions of 2009
New inventions of 2009 include a new computer interface

Introduction to How Fireworks Work
Learn how fireworks work, what makes them go boom, and what makes them go high, big and loud.

Parts of a Firework Shell
Have you ever wondered what was inside a firework shell? Page 2.

How Big Can Fireworks Get?
Have you ever wondered what controls the size and height of a firework display. Page 3.

How Fast Do Fireworks Travel
Have you every wondered how fast a firework shell is traveling? Page 4.

Six Famous Annual Fireworks Displays
The six most famous places that hold annual fireworks displays. Page 5.

How Much Do Firework Displays Cost and How Long Do They Last
How much does the average firework display cost for both industrial and residential use. Page 6.

How Many Spectators Watch Fireworks
Did you ever wonder how many other people love fireworks as much as you do. Page 7.

What is the National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation?
Who you have to be and what you have to do to win the National Medal of Science or the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.

Dean Kamen - The Life of an Adventurous Inventor
Dean Kamen. Inventors.

The Unusual World of Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg comedian or inventor, or maybe a bit of both?

The Tools of Laser Eye Surgery - Who Invented LASIK
Learn about the history of LASIK eye surgery. It wasn't until the 1970s that lasers were first considered for medical purposes, however, once lasers were considered it allowed for medical procedures such as LASIK.

The Rather Interesting History of Speak and Spell
The Speak and Spell educational toy created by Texas Instruments was so much more than just a toy, it was a revolutionary advancement in speech synthesis.

Who Invented Dungeons & Dragons?
Dungeons & Dragons is the ground-breaking role-playing game invented in 1974 that has become a world-wide phenomena still played today.

Who Invented Girl Scout Cookies?
The biggest girl owned business in the world just happens to be the annual sale of Girl Scout cookies.

The Genius Quotes of Galileo Galilei
Quotes from the father of the scientific revolution, Italian inventor and astronomer Galileo Galilei.

Invention of Scotchgard - Patsy Sherman
The invention of Scotchgard a spray-on fabric protector was made by Patsy Sherman.

The Cotton Gin - Eli Whitney
Eli Whitney patented the cotton gin on March 14 1794 and a revolution in textiles began.

Background on the Cotton Gin
The cotton gin is a device for removing the seeds from cotton fiber. Page 2.

Interviews With Successful Inventors
Inventors speak out on their lives and inventions. What makes success, is it fame, money, or popularity?

Guinness World Record Attempt At Largest Chocolate Bar
Guinness World Record Attempt At Largest Chocolate Bar. Page 13.

Guinness World Records' "Most Tattooed Woman"
Guinness World Records'

World's Smallest Horse Visits New York City
World's Smallest Horse Visits New York City

Plant Patents - The Examination of Your Patent Application
What happens when your plant patent application goes thru the USPTO examination process. Page 4.

Plant Patents - The Examiner Views the Application
What happens when your plant patent application goes thru the USPTO examination process. Page 5.

Plants - Plant Patents
How to apply for a plant patent and what does it mean to invent a plant.

Plant Patent - What Is Asexual Reproduction
What does it mean to asexually reproduce a plant. Page 2.

Plant Patents - How To Apply For A Patent
The application process involved with filing a plant patent. Page 3.

Molecular Sieves Chemist - Edith Flanigen
Pioneer Chemist Edith Flanigen receives Lemelson-MIT Lifetime Achievement Award for invention of molecular sieves.

Great Inventions and Electricity
The incandescent lamp and the central power station may be regarded as two of the most fruitful conceptions in the history of applied electricity.

Wizard of Menlo Park
Thomas Edison already famous as the Wizard of Menlo Park established his factories and laboratories at West Orange New Jersey in 1887. Page 2.

Activity Form - Sample Letter to Parents
Sample letter to send to parents to invite them to participate in their children's invention ideas.

Copyright Primer for Students - What Copyrights Protect
For students - a primer on understanding the basics of copyrights and what copyrights protect. Page 5.

Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Primer for Students
For students - a primer on understanding the basics on patents trademarks and copyrights.

Understanding Patents for Students
For students - how are patents issued - what do they cost. Page 2.

Trademark for Students
For students - a primer on understanding the basics of trademarks and how to get one. Page 3.

Copyright Primer for Students
For students - a primer on understanding the basics on copyrights and how to get one - history of copyrights. Page 4.

Women Engineers - Betsy Ancker-Johnson
Betsy Ancker-Johnson was the third women elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

Asian Inventors
Famous Asian American inventors including An Wang and Tuan Vo-Dinh.

Tiff Viewer Free Plugins - Reviews of Different Tiff Viewer
For viewing any tiff files online you will need a plugin for your browser called a tiff viewer.

Clouds - Luke Howard and the History of Cloud Naming
Englishman Luke Howard gave clouds their common names.

Brain Computer Interface
There is a new technology called brain computer interface, and Braingate and John Donoghue are major players in this new field.

Introduction to Biometrics and Biometric Innovations
Biometrics technology is used to uniquely identify or verify an individual through characteristics of the human body.

The Computers of John Presper Eckert and John Mauchly
Two computer inventing team that changed the world, John Presper Eckert and John Mauchly.

History of Electric Cars - The Nineties
The history of modern electric cars and other electric vehicles after 1990.

History of Champagne
French monks were the first to bottle a bubbly form of wine called Champagne.

Anders Celsius - Centigrade Scale and Thermometer
Swedish astronomer, Anders Celsius invented the centigrade scale and thermometer.

Disposable Diapers - Marion Donovan
The convenient disposable diaper was invented by Marion Donovan in 1950.

National Inventors Month
National Inventors Month promotes the image of the inventor as an active and vibrant and creative and brave individual who defy all hardships to bring the world innovations.

How to Get - How to Get Motivation and Drive
How to get anything done and how to get it down right even if you lack motivation.

The History of French Fries
How many things can be made from potatoes?

Omelet - Who Made the First Omelet
Where did omelets come from. Inventors.

Pez Candy - Who Invented Pez?
PEZ Candy has been an integral part of the American scene for approximately 50 years - invented in 1927 by Eduard Haas III.

Buckminster Fuller - Dymaxion Houses and Dymaxion Cars
Buckminster Fuller - biography of an inventor - a designer and architect of the geodesic dome and dymaxion houses and cars.

Glossary to Glossary
An extensive list and review of useful and unusual glossaries.

The History of the Patent Office - How Governments Control Inventions
The history of the patent office.

The History of Hats and Wigs
The history of wigs and hats - including cowboy hats and exotic hats - origins of milliners.

The History of Wigs
A wig is a manufactured head covering of real or artificial hair. Page 2.

David Edward Hughes - Carbon Microphone
David Edward Hughes invented the carbon microphone which was essential to the development of the telephone.

Grace Hopper - Quotes of Grace Hopper
Famous quotes from Grace Hopper - computer programmer

History of the Ready Made Clothing Industry
The history of the textile industry and the parallel history of the ready made clothing industry.

Brendan Eich and JavaScript
Brendan Eich and JavaScript. Inventors.

The Origins of Children's Broadcasting - Television
The American Broadcasting Company first aired Saturday morning television shows for children on August 19 1950.

Wristies - KK Gregory the Kid Inventor of Wristies
KK Gregory is the ten year old kid inventor of Wristies.

Popular Household Items - The House That Innovation Built
The history behind everyday household items from Max Factor Makeup to Ivory Soap

What Good Are Inventions?
Throughout history inventions have helped people discover new worlds - build communities - develop resources - increase productivity - cure disease - ease burdens and enjoy life to the fullest.

Intellectual Property
The different kinds of intellectual property. Page 2.

Business Plans - Marketing Plan - Competitors - Pricing and Sales
Marketing plans plays a vital role in successful business ventures.

Business Plans - Competitors Vs Pricing and Sales
Competition is a way of life - it is important to know your competitors. Page 2.

Homework Help - Where to get Homework Help
Homework, or homework assignment, refers to tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed mostly outside of class. Get homework help for science, history, technology and invention.

History of Lighthouses Buoys and Tenders
Sailors in unfamiliar waters welcomed the sight of lighthouses, buoys beacons and other nautical aids but who invented them?

Early American Lighthouses and Buoys
Boston Lighthouse established 1716 on Little Brewster Island, was the first North American lighthouse. Page 2.

The Lighthouse Board
The U.S. Congress created the Lighthouse Board in 1852 which set about improving lighthouses and buoys. Page 3.

Lighthouse Service
The first Commissioner of Lighthouses was George Putnam. Page 4.

Lighthouses Buoys and the History of the Coast Guard
The Coast Guard continued with the experimentation and adoption of new buoy technology. Page 5.

Marketing Plan - Understanding the Marketplace
The first and most important step in understanding the marketplace is to study it through market research.

Daisy Cutter Bomb - BLU-82
Daisy cutter bomb - BLU-82 - the world's largest bomb the daisy cutter has to be parachuted from a cargo plane.

CH-53E Super Stallion Helicopter - The Sea Dragon
Information on CH-53 Sea Stallion - CH-53E Super Stallion Helicopter Sea Dragon

Famous Inventors and Inventions - M Biographies
Biography and timelines of famous inventors and inventions from history.

Paul MacCready - Human Powered Flying Machine with Paul MacCready
Paul MacCready invented the first successful human powered flying machine in history

The History of Ships and Nautical Inventions
The history of the many instruments invented to help sailors - foghorns

Acquiring and Defending Patents - Avoiding Patent Infringement
Documenting your idea is the first step in the process - plan thoroughly to minimize costs and the time required to get the patent and avoid patent infringement.

Role of The United States Patent and Trademark Office - USPTO
What does the United States Patent and Trademark Office do.

US Patent Office - How Does The US Patent Office Examine Patents
All about the examination of patent applications and proceedings done by the US Patent Office.

The US Patent Office's Role In Patent Application Examination
How the US Patent Office issues patents. Page 2.

Patent Applications - Writing The Specification
In a patent application - the description together with the claims is often referred to as the specification.

Writing the Specification For A Utility Patent
The specification for a utility patent is a written detailed description of the invention and how to make and use the invention.

Utilty Patent - Writing the Title of Invention
The utility patent specification is a written detailed description of the invention and how to make and use the invention. Page 2.

Filing For A Utility Patent - Descriptions of Inventions
The specification is a written detailed description of the invention and how to make and use the invention. Page 3.

Claims Are Part Of A Utility Patent - Tutorial On Writing Claims
The specification is a written detailed description of the invention and how to make and use the invention - the claims form the legal basis for protection. Page 4.

Utility Patent - Drawings
Drawings must be included with your application if the invention can be illustrated so that it is easier to understand the patent. Page 5.

What Goes Into A Nonprovisional Utility Patent Application
What are the requirements for a nonprovisional utility patent application - what goes into the application.

Postmaster General - United States Postmaster General
A list of all Postmaster Generals - under the names of those who appointed them and the dates the Postmaster General took office follows.

Postmaster Generals of the United States
Postmaster Generals of the United States. Page 2.

James Russell - History of the Compact Disk or CD
James Russell invented the compact disk also called a cd in 1965.

Invention of Sickles and Reapers
Early American pioneers had only a sickle or a scythe with which to cut down and harvest their grain.

Machines to Cut Grains - History of Harvesters
Harvesters needed the services of only two men - one to drive and the other to shock the bundles of grain. Page 2.

Machines to Cut Grains - Haying Machines
Hayrakes and tedders seem to have developed almost of themselves. Page 3.

John Stevens - Steam Inventions of John Stevens
John Stevens on early canals - steamships - and locomotives.

Locomotives - Famous Steam Powered Locomotives
The great steam powered locomotives invented by Richard Trevithick Blenkinsop John Ericsson George Stephenson and others. Page 2.

Railroads - Building of the Railroads
Building and inventing surrounding railroads growth in the 1800s. Page 3.

Hailing - History of theTaxi
The name taxicab usually abbreviated to taxi came from the taximeter an old instrument which measured the distance travelled.

The Little Transistor - What is a Transistor?
The transistor was an influential little invention that changed the course of history in a big way for computers and electronics.

Tuxedo of Tuxedo Park - History of Men's Formal Wear
The tuxedo was first designed by Pierre Lorillard IV of New York City.

Thomas Telford - History of Roads
Thomas Telford built the great highways in North Wales and the Scottish Highlands through districts formerly almost inaccessible.

The History of Wallpaper
Wallpaper as a wall covering was first used by the working classes in Britain and in Europe as a substitute for costly materials.

Making Memories - History of DRAM
Robert Dennard was the inventor of DRAM or Dynamic Random Access Memory.

Magic Lantern - Slide Projector
The Magic Lantern was the forerunner of the modern slide projector.

Who Invented Zip Codes?
The history of the ZIP Code or Zoning Improvement Plan

ZIP Codes
Introduced in 1983, the ZIP+4 code added a hyphen and four digits to the existing five-digit ZIP Code. Page 2.

May Birthdays - Scientists and Inventors with May Birthdays
Famous scientists and inventors with May birthdays. Who was born on the same day as you. Page 3.

Scientists and Inventors with May Birthdays - May Birthdays
Famous scientists and inventors with May birthdays. Who was born on the same day as you. Page 4.

May Calendar of Famous Inventions
The month of May calendar of famous inventions patents and trademarks. Plus famous March birthdays

May Birthdays - Scientists and Inventors with May Birthdays
Famous scientists and inventors with May birthdays. Who was born on the same day as you. Page 2.

Charles Jenkins - Radiovision
Charles Jenkins invented a mechanical television system called radiovision and claimed to have transmitted the earliest moving silhouette images on June 14 1923

Ocarina - History of the Ocarina
The earliest known examples of an ocarina are the small terracotta whistles shaped like birds that were found in India dated over six thousand years old. Giuseppe Donati invented the modern 10-hole ocarina.

Who Invented the Foam Finger?
Who invented the foam finger or foam hand seen at many sporting events and political rallies.

Brother Sewing Machine
In 1908 Kanekichi Yasui established the Yasui Sewing Machine Company which later was renamed the Brother Sewing Machine.

Henry Shrapnel - Invention of Shrapnel
Shrapnel is a type of antipersonnel projectile named for its inventor Henry Shrapnel.

The History of the Bissell Carpet Sweeper
The dust kicked up in Melville and Anna Bissell's crockery shop and inspired Melville Bissell's invention of the carpet sweeper.

FORTRAN - Programmers and Assembler Programs
GoTo - a book by Steve Lohr on the history of software and software programmers

FORTRAN The Early Compiler
The FORTRAN team was aiming far higher than the level of an assembly language. Page 2.

FORTRAN Programming - What Does FORTRAN Mean?
FORTRAN programming was developed by Jack Backus. Page 3.

History of Selling The FORTRAN Programming Language
John Backus and team tries to sell the new software language FORTRAN. Page 4.

Language Compilers
FORTRAN and an explanation of a language compiler. Page 5.

[R] History of the Escalator - Jesse Reno and Charles Seeberger Escalator Inventors[R]
In 1891 Jesse Reno created a new novelty ride at Coney Island. - an elevated moving stairway - called the escalator and re-designed by Charles Seeberger in 1900

History of Sony Playstation - Who Made the First Playstation
History of Sony Playstation and description of the famous inventors behind the development of the Sony Playstation.

How Accurate is an Atomic Clock?
The atomic clock would neither gain nor lose a second in 20 million years. Page 2.

How an Atomic Clock Works
Technical description of how an atomic clock works. Page 3.

How an Atomic Clock Works
How an Atomic Clock Works. Inventors. Page 4.

Atomic Clock
The atomic clock timescale at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington D.C. Page 5.

Garbage Gus
Garbage Gus is a robot that has the resemblance of a human. Page 2.

The Break In Sensor
Our invention is a laser protection system to stop break-ins. Page 3.

The Card-O-Matic
You put the card-o-matic outside your house. Page 4.

The Inflatable House
Every year people should collect their plastic bags to go to factories to be made into very thick plastic to make inflatable houses that come with a super pump. Page 5.

Robot for Blue Print Earth Hungry Man Jack
When you buy my robot that is not too much money - you will help feed the hungry. Page 6.

Kaleidoscope Image
In 1816, the kaleidoscope was invented by Scottish scientist, Sir David Brewster. Page 10.

Making a Kaleidoscope
Make a fun kaleidoscope with easy instructions. Page 2.

Making a Kaleidoscope
Trace the centering pieces from the pattern on to the cardboard and cut them out with scissors or knife. Page 3.

Making a Kaleidoscope
Insert the mirror assembly into the paper tube. Page 4.

Making a Kaleidoscope
The kaleidoscope will now show reflected patterns of nearby objects. Page 5.

Making a Kaleidoscope
The glitter should be able to move around loose in the bottom but not fall out. Page 6.

Making a Kaleidoscope
Trace the centering pieces from the pattern on to the cardboard and cut them out with scissors or knife. Page 7.

Making a Kaleidoscope
Kaleidoscope Side View Cross Section. Page 8.

Kaleidoscope Image
In 1816, the kaleidoscope was invented by Scottish scientist, Sir David Brewster. Page 9.

SH-60 Seahawk - Military Helicopter
The UH-60 Black Hawk was fielded by the Army in 1979 - The Navy received the SH-60B Seahawk in 1983 and the SH-60F in 1988. Page 2.

Super Stallion - Military Helicopter
The Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion is the largest military helicopter in the western world. Page 3.

CH-46D/E Sea Knight Helicopter - Military Helicopter
The CH-46 Sea Knight was first procured in 1964 - Military Helicopter. Page 4.

AH-64D Longbow Apache - Military Helicopter
The AH-64D Longbow Apache is the most advanced versatile survivable deployable and maintainable multi-role military helicopter in the world. Page 5.

CH-47 Chinook Helicopter - History and Photo of the Chinook Helicopter
The Chinook helicopter is a medium-lift helicopter. Page 6.

Black Hawk Helicopter - Military Helicopter
The Black Hawk helicopter is an utility and assault helicopter. Page 7.

Examples of Patent Drawings
Examples of Patent Drawings. Inventors.

Novelty Mask
Novelty Mask. Inventors. Page 2.

Novelty Mask
Novelty Mask. Inventors. Page 3.

Definition of a Trade Secret
Definition of a trade secret. Inventors.

George Washington Carver Patent #1,522,176
George Washington Carver. Inventors. Page 3.

George Washington Carver Patent #1,541,478
George Washington Carver. Inventors. Page 4.

Jan Ernst Matzeliger - Automatic method for lasting shoes
Black inventor Jan Ernst Matzeliger invented machines for the mass production of shoes. Page 4.

Jan Matzeliger - Lasting machine
Black inventor Jan Matzeliger invented a lasting machine - Jan Matzeliger machines were for the mass production of shoes. Page 7.

Jan Matzeliger - Black Inventor
Jan Matzeliger invented a mechanism for distributing tacks nails - Jan Matzeliger machines were for the mass production of shoes. Page 8.

Jan Matzeliger - Nailing machine
Black inventor Jan Matzeliger invented a nailing machine. Page 5.

Jan Matzeliger - Tack separating and distributing mechanism
Black inventor Jan Matzeliger invented a tack separating and distributing mechanism and Page 6.

A Life Size Humanoid Robot
A Life Size Humanoid Robot Inventors. Page 6.

Female Robot Similar to I Robot
Female Robot Similar to I Robot. Inventors. Page 2.

Robot cow walking up ship plank
Robot cow walking up ship plank. Inventors.

Rollin Justin Robot
A 'Rollin Justin' robot, developed by the German air and space agency, the Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft und Raumfahrt (DLR), mixes instant tea at the 2009 CeBIT technology trade fair on March 4, 2009 in Hanover, Germany. Page 5.

Shadow Robot
The Shadow Robot company's dextrous hand robot, performs a task at the Streetwise Robots event held at the Science Museum's Dana Centre on May 6, 2008 in London, England. The Dextrous Robotic Hand has a bank of 40 Air Muscles which make it capable of 24 movements and the most advanced robot hand in the World. Page 9.

Surveillance Humanoid Robot Nuvo
An officer of robot venture company ZMP displays surveillance humanoid robot Nuvo during a press conference on a disclosure of Application Program Interface (API) and source code at robot venture company ZMP Headquarter in Tokyo, Japan. The robot is equipped with surveillance camera on the head and the owner can monitor the footage through mobile phone. Page 8.

The Terminator Robot
The Terminator robot is seen in the paddock following qualifying for the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya on May 9, 2009 in Barcelona, Spain. Page 3.

Transformers Robot
A giant model robot from the film Transformers is erected outside the Carlton Hotel before the 62nd International Cannes Film Festival began on May 11, 2009 in Cannes, France. Page 4.

An eight-legged Scorpion robot prototype test.
An eight-legged Scorpion robot prototype test.. Page 7.

Biggest Space Hopper Bounce
Biggest Space Hopper Bounce Inventors. Page 10.

World Record Attempt To Cut Hair While Skydiving
World Record Attempt To Cut Hair While Skydiving. Page 9.

Giant Pinata Brakes Guinness World Records
Giant Pinata Brakes Guinness World Records Page 2.

Guinness World Records - Worlds Most Expensive Perfume
Guinness World Record For Worlds Most Expensive Perfume. Page 5.

HATS! The Musical Guinness Stunt
HATS! The Musical Guinness Stunt Page 4.

Longest Chain Of Shoes Sets Mark In Guinness World Records
Longest Chain Of Shoes Sets Mark In Guinness World Records Page 3.

Mike Metzger Motorcycle Jump Over Fountain At Caesars Palace
Mike Metzger Motorcycle Jump Over Fountain At Caesars Palace Page 11.

Man Dragging Locomotive Sets Guinness World Record
Man Dragging Locomotive Sets Guinness World Record Page 7.

Chinese Guinness World Record Holder Inserts 1,200 Needles Into Head
Chinese Guinness World Record Holder Inserts 1,200 Needles Into Head Page 14.

Winner of The Guinness World Records Smallest Newspaper
Winner of The Guinness World Records Smallest Newspaper Page 6.

Garry Stretch, who holds the Guinness World Record for having the stretchiest skin
Garry Stretch, who holds the Guinness World Record for having the stretchiest skin Page 15.