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Jim Quinn

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JIM QUINN is writer-in-residence at the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

Articles by this Contributor

Articles by this Contributor

A national institution devoted to recognizing the makers of our world

STEVE WOZNIAK PIONEERED THE PERSONAL COMPUTER AND NOW DEVOTES MOST OF HIS TIME TO SCHOOLCHILDREN

An ambitious program hopes to supply America’s inventors for the twenty-first century

STEPHANIE KWOLEK INVENTED KEVLAR WHEN ALMOST NO WOMEN WERE CHEMISTS

RAYMOND KURZWEIL IS ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL INDEPENDENT INVENTORS LIVING-AND ONE OF THE MOST AUDACIOUS TECHNOLOGICAL PROPHETS.

The Hall examines Ohio’s many contributions to America’s—and the world’s—technology
THOMAS FOGARTY STARTED CHANGING THE WORLD OF SURGERY WHEN HE WAS STILL A TEENAGER
A call to scientific and technical arms
He figured out how to fix satellites without bringing them back to earth
Innovation’s home turns 200