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In This Issue:
• INPEX 2008 Exhibitors Take Home Cash Prizes for Inventions
• Travel Inventions for Your Summer Vacation
• Whirlpool® Brands Calls for Mom Inventors
• What invention did the most to increase summertime attendance at the movies?
INPEX 2008, held June 11-14 at its new home at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, once again enabled inventors to network, learn about inventing, get feedback on their inventions and compete for prizes.
Air Conditioning. Before theaters had artificially cooled air, picture shows could get rather stuffy in the summertime heat. That is until Willis Carrier conceived the idea for "controlled air" on a balmy night in 1902. The system he came up...