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A Laser—the Power of Unified Light

In 1957 a graduate student at Columbia University named Gordon Gould had been working with "pumping" atoms to higher energy states so they would emit ...


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Largest Lego Model Took Vision and Teamwork

The newest addition to the grand list of Coolest Things Ever was first unveiled in New York City in 2013: the Lego X-Wing, the largest Lego model ever ...


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J.J. Abrams on His Grandfather

In an interview with Esquire magazine, film producer and director J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Lost, Super 8) shared that his biggest influence ...


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Building 20 at MIT Brought Together Diverse People

MIT used to have a famous office building simply called Building 20. This structure, located at the intersection of Main and Vassar Streets in East Cambridge, ...


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Two Kids Dream of Flight

Any given day, 23,000 scheduled flights take off and land at American airports. At any given time, 5,000 of those airplanes are simultaneously airborne. ...


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Let's Gogh to the Movies

Even if you don't know much about art, chances are you could recognize a Vincent van Gogh painting. The colors, the swirls of paint, the starry nights ...


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The Woman Who Invented Windshield Wipers

Like most women of her generation who visited New York in 1902, thirty-six-year-old Mary Anderson got to where she was going in a streetcar. On one particular ...


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Farmer Who Photographed Over 5,000 Snowflakes

When I picture God's rejoicing over his people with singing, I think of Snowflake Bentley. Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley, a New England farmer born in 1865, ...


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Rise in New Patents Shows Creativity

The first patents were issued in Italy in the fifteenth century. The modern U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted its first patent on July 31, 1790. ...


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Floating Pods for Homeless

Instead of complaining about the surge of homeless people in London, an architect has designed something to help. James Furzer is attempting to create ...


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