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George Mannes is a reporter at, an on-line financial-news publication. More >>

Howard Mansfield is a freelance writer who lives in Hancock, New Hampshire. More >>

Ben Martinez is an artist in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, who illustrated The Splicing Handbook. More >>

Harry Matthei retired last year after a career in advertising. He died in February of this year. More >>

MIKE MAY is a freelance writer living in Madison, Indiana. His most recent article for Invention & Technology was about the development of the first Texas Instruments calculator. More >>

George B. Kauffman, a professor of chemistry at Fresno State University, is the 1993 recipient of the American Chemical Society’s Pimentel Award in Chemical Education. More >>

Edith McCall is the author of Conquering the Rivers: Henry Mill Shreve and the Navigation of America’s Inland Waterways (Louisiana State University, 1984). More >>

Miles R. McCarry is a livestock writer and retired artificial-insemination executive in Deltona, Florida. More >>

Daniel J. McConville, a former construction and trucking contractor, is now a business, financial, and technology journalist in New York City. More >>

John P. McKelvey, a condensed-matter physicist, is an adjunct professor of physics at Pennsylvania State University. More >>

Wheeler McMillen, born in Ohio in 1893, was editor in chief of Farm Journal from 1939 to 1955. He lives in Virginia. More >>

Barbara A. Merry is a marine rope worker with twenty years of experience in the splicing trade and the author of The Splicing Handbook, now in its third edition.

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Ralph Meyer is a physicist and author of Old-Time Telephones, which describes the telephone’s development in full technical detail, giving credit to those who made important early steps. More >>

William B. Meyer wrote about the Hoosac Tunnel in the Fall 1985 issue. More >>

William D. Middleton is the author of Landmarks on the Iron Road: Two Centuries of North American Railroad Engineering (Indiana University Press, 1999). More >>

Anne Millbrooke is corporate archivist at the Archive and Historical Resource Center of United Technologies, in East Hartford, Connecticut. More >>

Jeffrey W Miller is a history and science writer in San Francisco. More >>

RON MILLER is an illustrator and author specializing in science, astronomy, and science fiction and is the co-author, with Frederick C. More >>

Walter Minchinton was a professor of economic history at the University of Exeter, England. More >>

Arthur Molella is director of the Smithsonian Institution’s Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, and a frequent contributor to Invention & Techno More >>

Cynthia Monaco' 1988 article on early typewriters in Invention & Technology led to an exhibition at the Smithsonian Museum of American History. Ms. More >>

Alyxandria Moon is a senior at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in New Hampshire. After graduating in May 2020, she plans to pursue a career in the editorial field and other related fields.

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Tim Moran is a freelance writer who concentrates on business, automotive, and technical subjects. He lives in Michigan. More >>

Barbara Moran is an award-winning science journalist, television producer, and frequent contributor to Invention & Technology.


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Elting E. Morison was one of the nation's most distinguished historians and a founder of MIT's Program in Science, Technology and Society (STS. He died in 1995 at the age of 85.

Professor Morison, who held the Elizabeth and James R.

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Roger A. Morse is a professor of apiculture at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. More >>

David Morton is a writer and web developer at George Tech with experience creating and delivering innovative, educational content through the new media. More >>

Clayton Daniel Mote, Jr. is President Emeritus of the National Academy of Engineering and was President of the University of Maryland, College Park from September 1998 until August 2010. More >>

Peter Muller is a writer and marketing consultant in Washington, D.C. More >>

Douglas Murphy is a reporter and freelance writer in Phoenix, Arizona. More >>
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