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    • 2018

    Modern reproduction of the first electric battery invented by Alessandro Volta in 1800. Base and top are wooden. Between the base and top rests a stack or pile of 46 copper-zinc cells. Electrodes used to tranfer the…

    • 2016

    Playskin Lift is an assistive garment for young infants with weakness or movement problems due to brachial plexus palsy, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and various forms of muscular dystrophy/atrophy. The garment is…

    • Keystone funnel
    • 2016

    A: Blue plastic funnel with B: cap used to hold filter paper. Funnel is designed to fit on two 2-liter soda bottles (with cap on) or on the top of a jerrycan (without cap).

    In 2016 Dr. Theresa Dankovish's company,…

    • circa 2015

    Large, hollow cylindrical piece of thick cardboard with thick white Lycra fiber wound around it.

    • circa 2015

    Large, hollow cylindrical piece of thick cardboard with thick black Lycra fiber wound around it.

    • 2014

    The Coolibar hooded one-piece swimsuit for a small child is constructed with four-way stretch knit (polyester and spandex). The hood protects the infant's neck and head while the zipper and snap buttons eases putting on…

    • 2014-Oct-27

    Raymond March was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. March’s childhood was shaped by World War II, and by a mysterious polio-like paralysis which caused him to miss a great deal of school. He took an apprenticeship…

    • 2013-Dec-05 (First session)
    • 2013-Dec-06 (Second session)

    L. Louis Hegedus grew up in Szolnok, Hungary. After completing the chemical engineering program of the Technical University of Budapest, he was recruited to work at the Research Institute for the Organic Chemical…

    • 2013-Jun-07 (First session)
    • 2013-Jun-08 (Second session)

    Nico M. Nibbering was born in Zaandam, the Netherlands, one of eight children. When school resumed after World War II, Nibbering did well and tested into high school, where he chose the science and mathematics track and…

    • 2012-Apr-13 (First session)
    • 2012-Apr-14 (Second session)

    Catherine Fenselau grew up in York, Nebraska. Always interested in science, first archaeology and ultimately chemistry, she attended Bryn Mawr College. The chairman of the chemistry department, Ernst Berliner, became…

    • 2012-Mar-26 (First session)
    • 2012-Mar-27 (Second session)

    Mary K. Gall matriculated at Vassar College. Originally she was interesed in bacteriology, but she decided to major in chemistry. She felt she did not have enough 'drive' for medical school, and she always wanted to be…

    • 2012-Oct-29 (Second session)
    • 2012-Oct-28 (First session)

    Jean H. Futrell was born in Grant Parish, Louisiana. He majored in chemical engineering at Louisiana Tech University, and also enrolled in the Air Force ROTC. Futrell attended the University of California at Berkeley…

    • 2012-Mar-20 (Second session)
    • 2012-Mar-19 (First session)

    James A. McCloskey, Jr., grew up in San Antonio, Texas. He entered Trinity University in San Antonio, where he majored in chemistry; he earned a PhD in analytical chemistry from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.…

    • 2012-Aug-20

    Franz Hillenkamp was born in Essen, Germany. Having chosen the science and math track in the Gymnasium Hillenkamp went on to major in electrical engineering at Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM). He interrupted his…

    • 2011-Dec-08 (Second session )
    • 2011-Dec-06 (First session )

    Arthur L. Babson grew up in Essex Fells, New Jersey. Babson began college and the Army Special Training Reserve Program at Rutgers University but was expelled for missing a single class. He then worked in a laboratory…

    • 2011-May-09

    John R. Ferraro was born and grew up in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Richard T. Crane Technical High School, then worked at General Motors for three years before entering Illinois Institute of Technology, majoring in…

    • 1997 – 2011

    Small cylindrical plastic white bottle with safety cap used for holding pills. Medicine bottle is empty.

    • 2011-Apr-06

    Marvin Margoshes grew up in New York City, New York, one of three children. His parents had left the Austro-Hungarian Empire, his father from Galicia and his mother from Hungary, and had met as members of a Zionist…

    • 2011-Jun-28 (Second session)
    • 2001-May-23 (First session)

    Foil A. Miller begins the interview by describing the origins of the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy [Pittcon]. Miller was involved early on with Pittcon and its two founding…

    • 2009-Sep-24 (First session)
    • 2009-Nov-23 (Second session)
    • 2010-Feb-27 (Third session)
    • 2010-Jun-28 (Fourth session)

    Herman Fialkov was born in 1922 and grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Herman attended City College of New York, studying engineering. He left college to take a job with Emerson Radio Corporation attending night school at…

    • 2010-Apr-09

    Burnaby Munson entered Tarleton State College in central Texas and transferred to the University of Texas in Austin, Texas; physical chemistry was his favorite subject. He studied the reactions of acetylene while in…

    • 2009-Jan-05 (First session)
    • 2009-Jan-06 (Second session)

    Sally Chapman's interest in science was fostered both by her "tinkerer" father and by the nationwide interest in innovative science education that occurred after Sputnik. She attended Smith College and worked for the…

    • 2009-Dec-09 (First session)
    • 2009-Dec-10 (Second session)

    Frank H. Field was raised in Cliffside Park, New Jersey, by an aunt, an uncle, and a grandmother. He entered Duke University, placing a year ahead in chemistry, but had very little money. To meet his expenses he worked…

    • decade starting 2000

    The UniCel DxC 600 and DxC 800 Chemistry Analyzers were introduced in 2005.

    This system runs a variety of metabolic panels on blood samples, including BUN (blood urea nitrogen), sodium, potassium, chloride, carbon…

    • decade starting 2000

    The UniCel DxC 600 and DxC 800 Chemistry Analyzers were introduced in 2005.

    This system runs a variety of metabolic panels on blood samples, including BUN (blood urea nitrogen), sodium, potassium, chloride, carbon…