David J. Rhees
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Jeffrey Meikle traces Americans' ambivalent involvement with plastic from Bakelite radios and nylon stockings to Tupperware and polyester suits. He moves easily from the rise of the plastics industry… Continue Reading
This article provides an overview of the development, collections, exhibits, and programs of Bakken Museum, the world's only museum devoted to the history and science of electricity in life.
This paper analyzes the factors that led to the establishment in Minnesota of a thriving network of advanced medical device firms sometimes referred to as “Medical Alley.” Factors examined include a… Continue Reading
Rhees reviews The Papers of Thomas A. Edison: Losses and Loyalties, April 1883-December 1884 edited by Paul B. Israel.
Abstract This paper discusses the variety of ways in which The Bakken Museum has made use of replicas or simulations of historical instruments and experiments and demonstrations in education programs… Continue Reading