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Louis Galambos is a professor of history at Johns Hopkins University. More >>

Ken Garber is a freelance writer on scientific and medical topics. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More >>

Thomas H. Carver is an art historian, independent curator, and tvriter in Madison, Wisconsin. More >>

William H. Gates III, or Bill Gates, is a businessman, software developer, and philanthropist. More >>

J. Nadine Gelberg is a Ph.D. More >>

Bill George is a freelance writer in Longmont, Colorado. To find out more about windmills, see the quarterly Windmiller’s Gazette . Subscription information is available at P.O. More >>

Michael Gianturco is an investment adviser in Princeton, New Jersey He writes a column on science and technology for FORBES magazine. More >>

Kelly A. Giblin, a licensed professional engineer, wrote “Fire in the Cockpit,” about Apollo 1, in the Spring 1998 issue. More >>

A prominent science fiction writer, William Gibson was described by The Guardian as "probably the most important novelist of the past two decades". More >>

Thomas D. Gibson is a mechanical engineer and freelance writer in Roanoke, Virginia. More >>

Tom Gibson, a mechanical engineer and freelance writer in Roanoke, Virginia, edits Progressive Engineer , a magazine devoted to engineering activities in the mid-Atlantic region. More >>

Jack Gieck is a retired product-development engineer in Akron, Ohio. More >>

Joseph Gies writes often on historical topics for Invention & Technology and other publications. More >>

Charles C. Gillispie is Dayton-Stockton Professor of History of Science, Emeritus at Princeton University. This article is adapted from a talk Dr. Gillispie recently gave before the American Philosophical Society. More >>

Brent D. Glass is Director Emeritus of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, the world’s largest museum devoted to telling the story of America. More >>

Vicki Goldberg is a noted photography critic and curator. The Wall Street Journal wrote that her book Photography in Print: Writings from 1816 to the Present is "one of the five best books of all time on photography."

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Dean J. Golembeski wrote “ Struggling to Become an Inventor ,” about Chester Carlson and xerography, in the Winter 1989 Invention & Technology . More >>

Judson Gooding, author of The Job Revolution , is a former foreign correspondent for Time and staff writer for Fortune More >>

George Goss  is the assistant editor and director of video production at American Heritage's Invention & Technology. In 2017, he graduated from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. More >>

David Gould is the former Executive Editor of Travel + Leisure Golf, former Editor-in-Chief of LINKS Magazine, and author of four books, including The Golfer's Code and Q School Confidential: Inside Golf's Cruelest Tournament, a his More >>

Walter C. Grantz was chief engineer for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District. He spent nearly forty years working on tunnels and marine structures for Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and Douglas, Inc.

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Neil A. Grauer is the author of Remember Laughter: A Life of James Thurber (University of Nebraska Press, 1994). He lives in Baltimore. More >>

Steven Greenfield is a freelance writer in New York City. More >>

JOEL GROSSMAN is a freelance writer and has been a licensed agricultural pest-control adviser. More >>

John Grossmann is a freelance writer living in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey. More >>

Edwin S. Grosvenor is the Editor-in-Chief of American Heritage and Invention & Technology Magazines.

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