The Science Behind No-Melt Ice Cream

You can thank a brutal natural disaster for the invention of no-melt ice cream. According to National Geographic, no-melt ice cream was accidentally created after a 2011 tsunami in Japan damaged the country’s strawberry fields. Due to the widespread damage of the fruit, they could not be sold as whole pieces. Therefore, a pharmacy professor […]

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Dr. Askwar Hilonga Invents A Water Filter That Removes 99.9% Of Bacteria

Dr. Askwar Hilonga invents a water filter that uses nanotechnology. Genius! Tweet

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African Students Build An App That Makes Smart Phones Usable For The Blind

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Invention Spotlight: Verone Mankou Creates Africa’s First Smart Phone

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Invention Spotlight: The World’s First Digital Laser Created In Africa

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Black History Fact Of The Day: 3D Viewing Glasses

Kenneth J. Dunkley invented 3-dimensional viewing glasses (3-DVG). Mr. Dunkley’s invention displays 3-dimensional effects from 2-dimensional photos without implementing the use of mirrors, lenses, or optical elements. Tweet

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African American Inventors Concealed By History

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Black History Fact Of The Day: Black Inventors Created The Internet, Website Address Extensions, Cellphone Towers & More

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Invention Spotlight: James Patrick’s Liftaem

This amazing invention allows for easy lateral movement of weight up to 1,000 pounds. The invention was created to allow for easy transport of medical patients. Brilliant! Tweet

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Invention Spotlight: Dr. Thomas Mensah: Fiber Optics & Nano Technology Inventor

A battery that only need to be charged once a week….I wonder if Jamie Foxx’s character in Annie was partially based on this genius inventor. [SIDEBAR: Dr. Thomas Mensah has published a book called, "The Right Stuff Comes in Black, Too." I hope to check his book out before the year is over.] Tweet

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