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  1. 1000-ft Pipelay Barges
  2. 100 Chemical Engineers of the Modern Era
  3. 3D Seismic Processing
  4. 50 Greatest Moments in Materials
  5. A.A. Griffith publishes The Phenomenon of Rupture and Flow in Solids
  6. ASCE Landmarks
  7. ASM-Electric Furnace
  8. ASME Landmarks
  9. ASM Historical Landmarks
  10. A Handbook of Chemical Engineering
  11. A Prehistory of the IEEE Fukuoka Section in Japanese
  12. A Small-C cross-compiler for the IBM 1401
  13. Abdullah Tariki
  14. Abraham Lawrence Bogart
  15. Agricola Publishes De Re Metallica
  16. Air and Rain
  17. Albert F. Myers
  18. Albert G. Greenberg
  19. Albert Sauveur publishes Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel
  20. Alexander Deussen
  21. Andrew Beard
  22. André Blondel
  23. Anton van Leeuwenhoek Develops Optical Microscopy
  24. Arne Olander discovers the shape-memory effect in an alloy of gold and cadmium
  25. Arnold Sommerfeld develops the free-electron theory of metals
  26. Arnold Weinstock
  27. Arrigo Frisiani
  28. Arthur Hauspurg
  29. Arthur Lubinski
  30. Arthur Rupp
  31. Ascher Shapiro
  32. Asphalt-water Emulsion Soil Barriers
  33. Atmospheric Railway
  34. Audemars Patents “Artificial Silk"
  35. Augustus Matthiessen
  36. Automotive Catalytic Converters
  37. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
  38. Aziz Odeh
  39. Bacon's Fuel Cell
  40. Bakelite
  41. Barrel Boring
  42. Bay of Campeche
  43. Beginnings of the Oil and Gas Industry
  44. Bell Solar Battery unveiled
  45. Benjamin Wolfe
  46. Bernard E. Wrensch
  47. Bernard Roth
  48. Bessemer patents a bottom-blown acid process for melting low-carbon iron
  49. Bibliography of Electrical Heritage in Australia
  50. Bill Pfann invents zone refining

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