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How to Invent Strong – A Framework

13/02/2018 |

Navneet Bhushan

Abstract: One of the most important outputs of human mind has been continuous stream of inventions over many eras of civilization. However, human mind has been inventing using what is called “trial and error” methods on its evolutionary … Read More

To invent is to foresee: How to improve car safety

06/11/2004 |

By: Gennady Kizevich

1. The ideal prognosis Prognosticators are serious people. They avoid long-term forecasting and fantastical dreams. Their predictions are based on real facts and stable tendencies. If there are no pioneer inventions and no new ideas that … Read More

Book Review: How To Invent (Almost) Anything

25/06/2003 |

By: Joe A. Miller

Title: How To Invent (Almost) Anything (ISBN 1-904298 87 7) Price £49.95 310 pages; Publisher: Spiro Press, London, England Authors: David Straker and Graham Rawlinson

How To Invent (Almost) Anything is a book that teaches us … Read More

Book Review: Unified Structured Inventive Thinking: How to Invent

16/02/1999 |

by Ellen Domb

Unified Structured Inventive Thinking: How to Invent by E. N. Sickafus is a very complete textbook for the USIT method, which was derived from TRIZ. Ed Sickafus is an inventor and industrial scientist at Ford Motor Co., … Read More