Charles H. Kaman has been a leading inventor and businessman in the helicopter industry for over 50 years.
Inventor Dean Kamen has forged a career based on two separate but equally important goals: to improve the lives of othe
Nathan Kane received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Isabella Karle is a true pioneer of physical chemistry, who invented new methods, using first electron and then x-ray d
In his career of over 60 years, Eskil Karlson has produced about 100 inventions.
Computing pioneer Alan Curtis Kay, creator of the "Smalltalk" programming language, was born in 1940 in Springfield, Ma
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Charles Franklin Kettering invented dozens of important devices, but he is best known as the founder of Delco, the comp
A team of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) graduate students conquered a major challenge of high-capacity op
Though little is known about the details of her life, Mary Dixon Kies has become a familiar name in U.S.
Although he has over 60 patents to his credit, Jack Kilby would justly be considered one of the greatest electrical eng
A tiny, mechanical hand that, when closed, is no larger than a pinhead may have the potential to perform delicate tasks, s
In a 25-year career of research, education, and activism, Mary-Claire King has succeeded not only in scientific innovat
Louise Kirkbride, pioneer of computer technologies for customer service, showed her promise as an innovator at age 17,
In the consumer electronics industry, inventor Henry Kloss has achieved legendary status.