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Happy Birthday to Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet!

Happy Birthday to a person that affected my life in many ways.. Mikhail Semyonovich Tsvet ... inventor of CHROMATOGRAPHY (Yes, I am a helpless chemistry geek who has spent many hundreds of hours in front of various chromatographic instruments!)


'Going full-on MacGyver': Doctor creates makeshift ventilators to battle COVID-19

Creative and inventive people may very well save a lot of people before this is all over. Read about it here


Happy Birthday to Dr Elizabeth Blackwell, M.D. The first woman to receive and M.D. degree in the United States.

Read about her story here

Happy and SAFE New Year to all!

I know there are many people that enjoy spending New Year's Eve at home playing games. If this is in your plans, maybe a game of Monopoly to celebrate this date in 1935 when the Monopoly patent issued!

On this day in 1865, the first coffee percolator was patented!!!

A day when we remember that great event that contributes to our life every day! 




Ohio State Is Attempting to Trademark the word 'The'

Ok... I saw this story and scratched my head. It is true! A trademark filed for the word "THE" by The Ohio State University! US Trademark App Serial No 88571984. Read about it here

Can’t wait for this!!

Airless puncture proof tires!! Read about it here.

Inventors and creators making life easier for people affected by a stroke.

Great device. Learn about it here.    

On this day...

On May 1, 1964, the computer programming language BASIC (Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) was created by Dartmouth College professors John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz

Science Post Of The Day

Today’s Science post dedicated to the Israel Spacecraft, Beresheet. The spacecraft reached 10km from the lunar surface when an engine failed to fire. We watch many things in our lives and expect them to work. Most people do not realize the enormity of effort that makes things “work” in our world. Stop for a moment and appreciate our bodies, our homes, and our lives ... and all that seems to “work” all by itself.