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The Science Museum’s new Inventor in Residence wants to solve your problems

Posted at 10:00 am, October 17, 2011 in News

Mark Champkins and his Concentrate range inventor in residence Science Museum LondonFormer Inventor of the Year (and rare ‘Dragon’s Den’ success story) Mark Champkins (above) has been appointed as Science Museum’s first Inventor in Residence. For his first project, the museum challenges him to solve your everyday irritations in a project called What’s Your Problem? – email a problem that regularly gets on your nerves, be it forgetting your keys or other people’s noisy headphones on the tube, and the best will be put to the inventor. Champkins will report back on the process involved in creating a solution, including initial thought process, experimentation and development. If you’re not sure of his credentials, take a look at the following research he’s done into celebrity patents and inventions for The Big Book of Celebrity Inventions. Hopefully he can come up with something a bit better.

For info, see sciencemuseum.org.uk.

Prince Charles' Invention in The Big Book of Celebrity Inventions by Mark ChampkinsJon Snow's invention in The Big Book of Celebrity Inventions by Mark ChampkinsMargaret Thatcher's invention in The Big Book of Celebrity Inventions by Mark Champkins

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