When we think about our favorite Insights topics, we can’t pass up Inventor Superhero Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman in space and current director of the Johnson Space Center.
Our latest inventor superhero embodies what it is to be a venturer. Unhappy with the status-quo, he spent five years and developed more than 5,000 prototypes in his quest to create the world’s first bagless vacuum.
Throughout August, we’re highlighting some of our favorite content from the archives. This week, we’re featuring Inventor Superhero James Dyson, the epitome of a venturer.
Next in our series of inventor superheroes, we’re celebrating someone whose talents have taken her all the way to space and whose research and inventions have made her a pioneer of spacecraft technology.
While some superheroes have a specific strength, others have the power of versatility.
Inventors are doers, but first they are thinkers. Nikola Tesla thought long and hard about how to enhance the world we live in, and his inventions are still used today.
Today on the Insights blog we’re profiling inventor superhero Claude Shannon. Read on for more on Shannon’s “superpowers” and Eureka! moment.
In remembrance of an extraordinary life, we’re profiling Dr. Forrest Bird, an inventor responsible for improving the capabilities of American fighter pilots in WWII and inventing breathing devices that saved countless people facing medical issues affecting their hearts and lungs.
We’re featuring one of our favorite posts highlighting Dr. Forrest Bird. Bird invented breathing devices that have saved countless people facing medical issues affecting their hearts and lungs.
Throughout the next few months, we’ll be re-featuring some of our most popular posts. And, who better to kick off the series than Nikola Tesla?