Eduard Haas’ name may be unfamiliar to most people, but the case couldn’t be more different when it comes to his 1927 inve
Eight months after graduating from Oberlin College in 1885 with a bachelor's degree in chemistry, Charles Martin Hall (186
Like his coeval Frederick Jones, Lloyd Augustus Hall played a major role in the American food industry.
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As an Electrical Engineering PhD student at Yale University, one of Jin-Ping Han’s projects turned from a failure to a suc
In 1959, Ruth Handler invented something that became so quintessentially American as to be included in the official "Am
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William Haseltine – biophysicist, professor, inventor, and entrepreneur – has been a leader in the international effort
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Liquid crystal scientist George H. Heilmeier was born in 1936 in Philadelphia.
Beulah Louise Henry was born in 1887 and was dubbed "Lady Edison" in the 1930s.
James Hillier was born in Brantford, Ontario, Canada on August 22, 1915.
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