File list

This special page shows all uploaded files.

File list
 
First page
Previous page
Last page
Date Name Thumbnail Size Description Versions
19:31, 15 May 2009 Merrill Buckley 3199.jpg (file) 16 KB Merrill W. Buckley 1
18:31, 12 May 2009 Gunnar Pedersen 2106(2).jpg (file) 21 KB Gunnar Pedersen, 1997. Copyright held by the IEEE. For more information, see IEEE GHN Image Policy. 1
19:29, 5 May 2009 Nicolaas Bloembergen.jpg (file) 11 KB Nicolaas Bloembergen 1
17:37, 3 April 2009 Jerry B Minter Oral History 2.jpg (file) 82 KB Jerry B. Minter, 2007 1
17:28, 3 April 2009 Jerry B Minter Oral History.jpg (file) 14 KB Jerry B. Minter, 1948 1
20:51, 10 February 2009 Joseph Douglas Oral History.jpg (file) 109 KB   1
20:47, 10 February 2009 Joe Douglas Oral History.jpg (file) 14 KB Joe Douglas 1
16:28, 2 December 2008 Uzia Galil.jpg (file) 38 KB Uzia Galil 1
17:33, 11 September 2008 Transformers.jpg (file) 9 KB Today's transformers range in size from less than 1 square cm to giants like this one, which is used in the distribution of electric power. Courtesy: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division 1
17:06, 11 September 2008 Winston Churchill 3.jpg (file) 8 KB   1
17:05, 11 September 2008 Winston Churchill 2.jpg (file) 9 KB Winston Churchill flashing the “V for Victory” symbol during World War II. 1
17:04, 11 September 2008 Winston Churchill 1.jpg (file) 5 KB Winston Churchill during the Boer War. 1
16:43, 11 September 2008 Gordon E. Moore.jpg (file) 7 KB Gordon E. Moore. Courtesy: Intel, Corp. 1
16:40, 11 September 2008 Global Positioning System 2.jpg (file) 13 KB   1
16:39, 11 September 2008 Global Positioning System 1.jpg (file) 6 KB A hand-held GPS unit for hikers, campers, adventurers, and geocachers (players of a "treasure hunt" type game that uses GPS). 1
16:30, 11 September 2008 Gerd Binnig.jpg (file) 14 KB Gerd Binnig 1
16:24, 11 September 2008 George Westinghouse.jpg (file) 6 KB George Westinghouse 1
16:07, 11 September 2008 Gauss' Law.jpg (file) 2 KB Gauss’ Law shows how static electricity, q, can create electric field, E. 1
15:45, 11 September 2008 Fiber Optics.jpg (file) 9 KB   1
15:40, 11 September 2008 Fessenden's Christmas Eve Broadcast.jpg (file) 11 KB Reginald Fessenden (right) in his Brant Rock, Massachusetts laboratory. Courtesy: North Carolina Division of Archives and History. 1
18:47, 9 September 2008 Farnsworth's Image Dissector.jpg (file) 5 KB The 1927 version of Farnsworth’s image dissector. He received a patent for the image dissector in 1930, and successfully defended that patent against Vladimir Zworykin and David Sarnoff. Courtesy: Smithsonian Institution. 1
18:40, 9 September 2008 Faraday's Law.jpg (file) 4 KB Faraday’s Law shows how a changing magnetic field, H, can create an electric field, E. 1
18:32, 9 September 2008 Etheric Force.jpg (file) 6 KB Edison's etheroscope. Courtesy: National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site. 1
18:28, 9 September 2008 Enrico Fermi.jpg (file) 25 KB Nobel Prize winner Enrico Fermi, who led a team that was the first to create a self-sustaining nuclear reaction. 1
18:22, 9 September 2008 ENIAC.jpg (file) 21 KB A small portion of ENIAC. ENIAC filled a room 20 feet by 40 feet. Courtesy: The Smithsonian Institution. 1
18:15, 9 September 2008 Emile Berliner.jpg (file) 6 KB Emile Berliner 1
17:56, 9 September 2008 Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 3.jpg (file) 7 KB A recent model of the first commercial hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), the Toyota Prius. 1
17:55, 9 September 2008 Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 2.jpg (file) 8 KB The electric car of the 1970s, the Citicar. 1
17:53, 9 September 2008 Electric and Hybrid Vehicles 1.jpg (file) 12 KB Thomas Edison at his West Orange, N.J., lab, circa 1910, with a battery-powered electric car. Courtesy: National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site. 1
17:46, 9 September 2008 Eldridge Johnson.jpg (file) 4 KB Eldridge Johnson 1
17:13, 9 September 2008 Nanomedicine.jpg (file) 11 KB Future nanorobots like the “respirocytes” shown in here may flow in the bloodstream, repairing cells, or delivering oxygen or other molecules to the body. Copyright Vik Olliver, vik@diamondage.co.nz; designed by Robert Freitas. 1
16:48, 9 September 2008 Don Eigler.jpg (file) 9 KB Don Eigler 1
16:44, 9 September 2008 Dolby Laboratories.jpg (file) 6 KB An example of the first type of Dolby noise reduction unit. 1
16:37, 9 September 2008 Discovering the Buckyball.jpg (file) 9 KB Kroto, Curl, and Smalley (from left) display the Nobel Prizes they received for the discovery of fullerenes. Source: Rice University. 1
16:31, 9 September 2008 Diode 2.jpg (file) 7 KB Part of a 1920s cat’s whisker diode that uses a small crystal of the semiconductor galena. A fine piece of wire—the “cat’s whisker”—is touched on the surface until the “sweet spot” is located. The crystal then acts as a one-way valve for e 1
16:30, 9 September 2008 Diode 1.jpg (file) 9 KB John Fleming's valve or diode (1904) allowed electrical current to flow in one direction only. Courtesy: Science Museum/Science & Society Picture Library. 1
16:26, 9 September 2008 Digital Signal Processing.jpg (file) 12 KB The Speak & Spell toy, introduced by Texas Instruments in 1978, pronounced words typed into its keyboard. Although a child's toy, it contained a powerful digital signal processing chip, and was the first mass-produced product to use DSP technology. Courte 1
16:23, 9 September 2008 Dendrimers.jpg (file) 31 KB The structure of a complex dendrimer created at the University of Michigan. The molecule carries folate molecules that target cancer cells and molecules of a drug to treat the cancer. Source: Michigan Nanotechnology Institute for Medicine and the Biologic 1
16:21, 9 September 2008 David Sarnoff.jpg (file) 6 KB David Sarnoff 1
16:17, 9 September 2008 Cosmic Background Radiation 2.jpg (file) 10 KB The COBE satellite. Courtesy: NASA. 1
16:15, 9 September 2008 Cosmic Background Radiation 1.jpg (file) 7 KB Map of intensity variations in the cosmic background radiation from COBE satellite data. The hot red band across the equator is the plane of our galaxy. Fluctuating emissions from the edge of the visible universe dominate regions away from the equator. Co 1
16:13, 9 September 2008 Concrete Housing.jpg (file) 17 KB Construction of a cement house in Union, NJ, 1919. Courtesy: National Park Service, Edison National Historic Site. 1
16:07, 9 September 2008 Charles Batchelor.jpg (file) 9 KB Charles Batchelor, one of Edison’s most valued assistants. Courtesy: Smithsonian Institution. 1
16:05, 9 September 2008 Chain Home 3.jpg (file) 9 KB A radio goniometer similar to those used in Chain Home. 1
16:04, 9 September 2008 Chain Home 2.jpg (file) 6 KB A Chain Home radar station. 1
16:02, 9 September 2008 Chain Home 1.jpg (file) 10 KB An artistic rendering of the people and equipment that contributed to Chain Home's success. Copyright unknown. 1
15:57, 9 September 2008 CAT, MRI, and Ultrasound.jpg (file) 6 KB An MRI of the human head. The different colors indicate regions of the brain that are physiologically active. 1
15:54, 9 September 2008 Building Blocks of Nanotechnology Microgyroscope.jpg (file) 13 KB An experimental MEMS micro-gyroscope developed at the Georgia Institute of Technology. 1
15:53, 9 September 2008 Building Blocks of Nanotechnology Custom dna.jpg (file) 20 KB Ned Seeman has succeeded in manipulating strands of DNA into customized molecules with multiple interconnections. He believes this is the first step in doing more complex things with DNA, such as using it to create molecular machinery. Source: NYU. 1
15:50, 9 September 2008 Building Blocks of Nanotechnology Xenon ibm.jpg (file) 5 KB The letters “IBM” spelled in xenon atoms, as imaged by the atomic force microscope. Courtesy: IBM. 1
First page
Previous page
Last page