Written for second-grade students, this book introduces both how light bulbs work and their history.
Ph.D. (in progress), University of Maryland, Baltimore County M.A. (1994), University of Maryland, Baltimore County B.A. (1982), University of Maryland, Baltimore County
History of electric power and lighting
Current Projects: Exhibitions:
- Lasers: The First 50 Years
- Artifact Walls: Glass Tubes
- Lighting a Revolution 2
- An Electric Breeze: Fans for Consumers
- Virtual exhibition: Lighting a Revolution
- Powering A Generation (electric power deregulation)
- Lighting The Way (energy efficient lighting)
- Collecting the History of Fuel Cells
Past Projects: Exhibitions:
- Recent Acquisitions: Citizens Band Radio (2005)
- Lighting The Way (March 2000 - June 2001).
- Baltimore Museum of Industry, Collections Committee
- Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, History and Heritage Committee
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engeineers History Committee (2007-2010)
A wide range of energy technologies are covered in this 3 volume set. Though primarily devoted to the current state of the technologies, a substantial amount of historical background (including many brief biographical sketches) is included.
A look at the invention and development of this energy-efficient light source.
This master's thesis explores the social and administrative history of the Wallops Island, V.A. launch facility during the early years of NASA.