Today on its home page, Google says “Happy Birthday” to Gideon Sundback, the innovator who perfected the zipper! The zipper had already been around for a long time, but it was clumsy to use and came undone easily. Mr. Sundback fixed the problems by coming up with a new and innovative design.
It’s all about light! Have you ever wished you could be invisible – like Harry Potter when he puts on his invisibility cloak? Well, science may hold the answer.
Popsicle lovers everywhere have an 11 year-old boy to thank for this tasty treat.
Did you know that March 13 is Ear Muff Day in the United States? I bet you haven’t heard of Ear Muff Day, especially if you live where it’s warm.
March 8 is International Women’s Day. Congratulations to all women! Amongst many things, women are very inventive and and creative. Here are a few women inventors.
“I was always a sort of Miss Fix-it around the house. I was interested in radio work so I started out planning to be a radio engineer.”
The bitterly cold climate of the Canadian North, where winter temperatures in some areas can fall as low as -40°C, shaped every aspect of life. The founding people – the Inuit – used local, natural materials to develop many things.
When James Naismith invented basketball in 1891, he had no idea that the game would one day be played around the world.
Hey kids, your vote counts! You can vote for your favourite invention in the FIRST® LEGO® League Global Innovation Award contest.
It’s the middle of winter. Christmas is over, school is back on, and March break is oh so far away. With everything wet and cold there’s only one thing to: dream of an amazing vacation!