InventHelp Newsletter, April 2010

In this Issue:

  • InventHelp® and INPEX® Welcome Company Attendees
  • PBS KIDS GO!'s Design Squad has Launched its Nationwide 2010 Trash To Treasure competition
  • What multipurpose office and home product did Richard Drew invent in 1930?

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InventHelp Newsletter, June 2010

In this Issue:

  • InventHelp's INPEX® Announces New Corporate Product Searches
  • InventHelp Client Exhibits Shot Breakers™ Invention at PGA Show Demo Day
  • What were the first two video games to be copyright registered?

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InventHelp Newsletter, July 2010

In this Issue:

  • Recap of the 25th Annual INPEX® Invention Show
  • Contests Reward Inventors for Oil Spill Cleanup Inventions
  • Who invented the board game Candy Land?

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InventHelp Newsletter, August 2010

In this Issue:

  • Oops! Five Accidental Inventions
  • InventHelp Celebrates National Inventors' Month
  • Who invented the xerography process, the system the Xerox company was founded on?

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InventHelp Newsletter, September 2010

In this Issue:

  • Kid Inventors Stretch Imagination with Rubber Band Invention Contest
  • 2010 Taipei International Invention Show & Technomart Preview
  • Who invented the electric motor?

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InventHelp Newsletter, October 2010

In this Issue:

  • "Homemade Millionaire" Inventor Reality Show with Kelly Ripa
  • InventHelp's Roaming Caveman Contest Recap
  • Who Patented Electric Photography?

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InventHelp Newsletter, December 2010

In this Issue:

  • The Top 10 Gadget Invention Gifts for the 2010 Holiday Season
  • Significant December Dates in Invention History
  • A toy still popular today was invented at Yale University, on the East coast in the Forties, modified by a space enthusiast from the West coast in the Fifties and renamed by a California manufacturing

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