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== [[Oral-History:Janeen Judah|Janeen Judah Oral History]] ==
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== [[Footprints]] ==
  
An interview with Janeen Judah, the 2017 President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers
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Materials pertaining to human spaceflight and the July 20th, 1969 Moon landing
  
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== [[Creating Magnetic Disk Storage at IBM]] ==
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The RAMAC, introduced in 1956, was the world’s first computer with magnetic disk storage.
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== [[50 Greatest Moments in Materials]] ==

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