InventHelp Newsletter, February 2011

In this Issue:

  • Telebrands to Hold Inventors' Day Product Search
  • New INPEX® Open Innovation Conference Announced
  • Who invented condensed milk in the 1850s?

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InventHelp Newsletter, March 2011

In this Issue:

  • Reckitt Benckiser and Stanley Black & Decker Conducting Product Searches at INPEX® 2011!
  • The Invention and Evolution of Peanut Butter
  • Who invented White Out?

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InventHelp Newsletter, April 2011

In this Issue:

  • National Museum of Education's Competition Needs Student Inventors
  • Blown Away: The Invention of the Hairdryer
  • What did the first vending machine dispense?

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InventHelp Newsletter, May 2011

In this Issue:

  • Record Number of Product Searches at INPEX® 2011
  • Recap of 2011 National Inventors Hall of Fame Induction
  • What invention was first marketed as a compressed peppermint candy over 80 years ago in Vienna?

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InventHelp Newsletter, July 2011

In this Issue:

  • 26th Annual INPEX® Invention Show Recap
  • The Itsy Bitsy, Teenie Weenie Invention: The Bikini
  • How many colors were in the first box of Crayola Crayons?

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InventHelp Newsletter, September 2011

In this Issue:

  • InventHelp®/INPEX® New Product Showcase at 2011 ERA D2C Convention
  • How You Keep Cool: The Invention of the Air Conditioner
  • What was the original purpose of Coca-Cola?

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InventHelp Newsletter, November 2011

In this Issue:

  • New InventHelp Commercials Set to Air Across the Country
  • The Invention of the Graphical User Interface
  • What is the origin of Apple Computers?

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InventHelp Newsletter, December 2011

In this Issue:

  • Mark Your Calendar for INPEX® 2012!
  • Top 10 Inventions You Can't Live Without
  • How was the popsicle invented?

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