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As you might expect for a company founded by an engineer, creativity and ingenuity are at the heart of Dyson, and everything they do is driven by ideas that can spark solutions to global issues. That mission is reflected in the James Dyson Award, the James Dyson Foundation's global competition for young inventors.
From the first mobile phone to the Rubik's Cube, check out some of the most impactful inventions from the 1970s.
Without some of these inventions, we're not sure what life would be like today.
It wasn't an uninterrupted flight, but it was still historic.
From Google.com to Nintendo 64 -- there's much to attribute to the 1990s.
Have a good idea? Don't give anyone a reason to work around you.
Leo Group managing partner Mossab Otman Basir was raised to push forward an any idea he had. Now his childhood creations remind him to always explore, innovate and iterate.
In 2013, Jaimie Siminoff pitched his wi-fi doorbell, but was rejected by the Sharks. This Sunday, the self-made billionaire becomes one of them.
Only with the power of innovation one can make a place in the competent environment of today
The Inventor Behind the Segway Scooter and Insulin Pump Predicts Who Will Get to Mars First -- and It's Not Elon Musk or Richard Branson
Plus, Dean Kamen discusses which industries he thinks won't exist in 10 years and why he collects old technology.