News and Articles About Inventors
March 10 marks the day the inventor made the first telephone call.
To celebrate Black History Month, check out these genius inventions from African-Americans.
Find out how passersby on the street answered the question, 'What's your favorite invention?'
Product development is a business. You can't afford rookie errors.
A provisional patent application will provide as much protection as you need while determining if your idea can really go the distance.
See-through wood is now a thing.
Michael Boehm explains how he created one of the bestselling infomercial products of all time.
When I walked into Hallmark and saw "Sweet Darts," darts inscribed with the words 'I'm Stuck On You," I smiled. Seeing my name on the back never got old.
Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Steve Jobs and more -- these 9 visionaries have made their indelible marks on the way we live.
Tomlinson had an idea to send a text message between computers using a new network called Arpanet, routing it using an '@' symbol.
The inventor of the first synchronized electronic camera flash surpassed Thomas Edison's record of most patents.
Through education, proactive self-regulation and collaboration with regulators, industry leaders can help speed the process of rule-making.
The MIT professor invented vital research equipment and consulted on Stanley Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey.'
At one point, she shares, megastar Robert De Niro leaned in to ask her advice about his idea for an invention.