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Fall 2003


Volume 19, Issue 2

FEATURES

MICROSCOPIC SHELLS FILLED WITH CHEMICALS ARE THE KEY TO TECHNOLOGIES RANGING FROM AGRICULTURE TO PHARMACEUTICALS

THEY WERE AS IMPORTANT AS RAILROADS OR HORSES-AS A NEW MUSEUM RECOGNIZES

THE GREAT INVENTORS TURNED OUT TO BE TERRIBLE BUSINESSMEN
BY BEING BOTH MORE IMAGINATIVE AND MORE METHODICAL THAN ANYONE WHO CAME BEFORE THEM, THEY INVENTED A NEW AGE

RICHARD WHITCOMB DISCUSSES HOW HE GOT TO BE ONE OF THE LEADING AVIATION INVENTORS OF THE LAST HALF-CENTURY

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