Emanuel “Ely” Sachs was born in New York, New York, on November 30, 1954.
Before the 1950s, when a person suffered cardiac arrest, this generally meant death was imminent.
Jonas Edward Salk, developer of the first successful vaccine for polio, was born on October 28, 1914 in New York City.
Jordan Sand was a high school senior (class of 2001) at Ellendale High School in Ellendale, North Dakota who had a bright
Beginning around the turn of the 19th century, a movement toward bringing attractive design to everyday household items be
Klaus K. Schmiegel helped to change the lives of millions of people around the world suffering from depression.
Terahertz radiation, which consists of electromagnetic waves sent at Terahertz (trillion cycles-per-second) frequencies
Biochemist Florence Barbara Seibert developed a groundbreaking procedure that led to the standard tuberculosis test used t
Waldo Semon took a detour in his assigned laboratory research one day and ended up inventing the world’s second-best-se
Accidents have been responsible for a great number of American inventions, from the implantable cardiac pacemaker to th
Candy that’s good for your teeth?
Donna Shirley, the original leader of the team that built the Mars Pathfinder rover, grew up in Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
The typewriter was reinvented dozens of times; but credit for the first practical machine is given to Christopher Latham S
Kavita Shukla had just finished high school and was already on her way to a prolific career in science and invention, w