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Fall 2001


Volume 17, Issue 2

FEATURES

THE LATEST DEVICES TO COMBAT DEAFNESS USE ELECTRONICS TO BYPASS DAMAGED EAR TISSUES. THEY DRAW ON RESEARCH THAT BEGAN IN THE EARLY 1800s.

YEARS OF DANGEROUS TRYING AND SOME REAL HEROICS MADE IT POSSIBLE

HOW INNOVATIONS CAN COME DURING SLEEP

IT TOOK MORE THAN A QUARTER-CENTURY FOR AN OBSCURE BUT PERSISTENT NEW JERSEY CLERGYMAN TO BE RECOGNIZED AS THE INVENTOR OF FLEXIBLE PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM

He relentlessly promoted and improved one of the very first devices to duplicate documents

MORE THAN A CENTURY AGO, SHIPS THAT LOOKED LIKE NUCLEAR SUBMARINES WERE EVERYWHERE ON THE GREAT LAKES

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