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Lemelson Center: Chuck Hoberman, inventor of expandable domes and ...
Video documenting the “Innovative Lives” program presented by Chuck Hoberman, inventor of expandable geodesic domes and spheres. ...
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Lemelson Center Invention Features: Women Inventors
31 Her fertile imagination made her one of the most prolific women inventors of the early 20th century and earned her the nickname, "The Lady Edison." ...
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The Quartz Watch: Timeline
Both Swiss and Japanese watch companies were involved in developing ICs suitable for use in watches. The first IC used in a watch was developed in the 1960s ...
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The Quartz Watch
Quartz Crystal: The quartz crystal in an electronic watch, vibrating at 32768Hz, provided a more accurate oscillator for timekeeping than the balance wheel ...
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The Quartz Watch
Quartz clocks existed well before the 1960s. Inventing a quartz wristwatch was a task of miniaturization, requiring low-power, low voltage integrated ...
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The Quartz Watch
Quartz Crystal: The quartz crystal in an electronic watch, vibrating at 32768Hz, provided a more accurate oscillator for timekeeping than the balance wheel ...
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The Quartz Watch
Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, announced the Hamilton Electric 500 in January 1957. Although it had a balance and hairspring, ...
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The Quartz Watch
Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, announced the Hamilton Electric 500 in January 1957. Although it had a balance and hairspring, ...
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The Quartz Watch
Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, announced the Hamilton Electric 500 in January 1957. Although it had a balance and hairspring, ...
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The Quartz Watch
The beginnings of the wristwatch revolution can be traced to the first battery-powered watch. Hamilton Watch Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, announced the ...
 
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