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Camp Invention Connect brings a smile to young faces

This year, thanks to COVID-19, the one-week summer STEM program known as Camp Invention was formatted to be an at-home, virtual camp.

Campers keep safe during STEM program at St. John Neumann

Camp Invention made a splash in STEM at St. John Neumann Catholic School this week.

Reinventing Summer Camp During COVID-19

How summer camps are replacing their traditional programs with virtual, hands-on experiences and physical activities.

Camp Encourages Children to Create

More than 150 youngsters from Danville’s elementary schools are exploring the principles of flight, designing their own sports facilities and protecting ecosystems this week.

Camp Invention Available to 200 Local Students

More than 200 local students will have the opportunity to attend the Camp Invention program through the commitment of the area’s many community leaders in Coshocton County.

How the First Sports Bra Got its Stabilizing Start

It was 1977, and Hinda Miller, Lisa Lindahl and Polly Smith were doubled over with raucous laughter. They say their very clothing was in jeopardy.

The Inspiring Story Behind One of the 20th Century’s Least-Appreciated Innovations

The Inspiring Story Behind One Of The 20th Century’s Least-Appreciated Innovations—The Sports Bra.

The History of the Hard Hat

With some canvas, leather, shelac and black paint, inventor Edward Bullard helped America usher in a new era of workplace safety.

Winnipeg-Born Inventor Being Inducted into Hall of Fame

A Winnipegger who created the automatic tourniquet system -- now used in surgeries all over the world -- is being inducted into the U.S.-based National Inventors Hall of Fame.

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