Among the things you’d expect to find in a chemical engineer’s office—honorary awards, patent plaques, and books including “Environmental Analytical Chemistry” and “Introducing Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics”—Dr. Norma Alcantar’s office at the University of South Florida also showcases her love of life and teaching with books such as “Intentional Integrity.”
Here is a line of creative, innovative, assistive devices invented by three sisters from California while one of the sisters was rehabbing from a thumb injury. These products help young children and seniors, as well as people with disabilities.
This vintage ad, sent by California Invention Center Executive Director Larry Udell, is a hot one indeed. After all, who doesn’t want a childish tailpipe attachment for racecar wannabes? And it’s a great way to meet many of your curious local police officers.
The makers of the Tetra Puzzle say “It's a captivating and mysterious challenge to understand and unlock. It activates your spatial reasoning and manual dexterity skills in a way that's immersive and deeply engaging.”