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NJ Invents

New Jersey: State of InventionNJ Invents logo
Saturday, June 28, 2014
1:00-4:00
Scholarly Communication Center, 4th Floor, Alexander Library
Exhibit and Reception: 4:00-5:30

New Jersey is a state of many firsts, including the domesticated blueberry, the antibiotic streptomycin, the band aid, and the light bulb. New Jersey was home to Thomas Edison and Selman Waksman. In the 20th century, New Jersey incubated many technologies we rely on today at RCA and Bell Telephone’s New Jersey Labs. New Jersey hosted one of the first radio stations and a relationship with the inventor of the radio, Guglielmo Marconi

Spend an enlightening and entertaining afternoon learning about New Jersey’s inventive past, present and future!

 

Edison and his phonograph
 
Guglielmo Marconi Park, Somerset NJ
Guglielmo Marconi Park, Somerset NJ
Marconi Station,
Somerset, NJ