Country Scientist — How to Document What You Make or Discover

  • By Forrest M. Mims III 
  • Reblogged from MAKE

Every issue of MAKE provides more proof that today’s generation of makers is creating an amazing array of inventions, gadgets, circuits, and projects. Some of these creations even appear sufficiently novel to qualify for patent protection.

No matter what you plan to make, invent, or discover, one of the best steps you can take is to keep a detailed record of your progress….

Click the link below to see how!

http://makezine.com/projects/make-34/country-scientist-how-to-document-what-you-make-or-discover/

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One response to “Country Scientist — How to Document What You Make or Discover

  1. I had done something like this in my 5th grade science class and I STILL have it. Documenting this entire process helps you remember and learn more. I ended up recreating this at the summer camp I used to work at!

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