Lemelson Center Studies in Invention and Innovation series
Since 1995, the Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center has been investigating the history of invention and innovation from an interdisciplinary perspective. Books in the Lemelson Center Studies in Invention and Innovation extend this work to enhance public understanding of humanity’s inventive impulse. Authors in the series raise new questions about the work of inventors and the technologies they create, while stimulating cross-disciplinary dialogue. By opening channels of communication between the various disciplines and sectors of society concerned with technological innovation, the Lemelson Center Studies advance scholarship in the history of technology, engineering, science, architecture, the arts, and related fields, and disseminate it to a general interest audience.
Series editor: Joyce Bedi, Arthur Daemmrich, and Eric S. Hintz.
American Independent Inventors in an Era of Corporate R&D
Pub Date: Aug 17, 2021
Handprints on Hubble
Pub Date: Dec 01, 2020
Pub Date: Mar 17, 2020
Does America Need More Innovators?
Pub Date: Apr 09, 2019
The Early American Daguerreotype
Pub Date: Feb 12, 2016
The Color Revolution
Pub Date: Aug 31, 2012
Grace Hopper and the Invention of the Information Age
Pub Date: Feb 10, 2012
Pub Date: Sep 23, 2011
Pub Date: Jan 21, 2011
Pub Date: Jul 11, 2008
Inventing for the Environment
Pub Date: Sep 23, 2005