150 years after Thomas Edison's birth, his record of 1,093 diverse patents is still unrivaled. A massive effort to catalogue his voluminous collection of papers and artifacts is yielding clues to account for his phenomenal success.
Turbulent Skies: The History of Commerical Aviation
The Value of Life: Biological Diversity and Human Society
With the tools of the nanotechnology trade becoming better defined, the ability to create new materials and devices by placing every atom and molecule in the right place is moving closer to reality.
Agreements banning chemical weapons and halting nuclear testing await Senate ratification. President Clinton and the Republican Senate need to rise above politics to pass these much-needed measures.
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