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National Inventors Hall of Fame Induction for Steve Jobs

by tom44 on November 1, 2012

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At the May 2, 2012 induction ceremony for the National Inventors Hall of Fame, USPTO Director David Kappos offers remarks honoring one of the Hall’s new inductees—the late Steve Jobs. Dedicated to honoring the individuals who conceived, patented, and advanced great technological achievements that have changed the world, the National Inventors Hall of Fame honored its 2012 inductees at a ceremony in Washington, DC The inventors honored in 2012 created remarkable innovations that include the now ubiquitous laser printer commonly found in the workplace, the thin film head technology that has contributed to the success of the disk drive industry, and the carbon dioxide laser now in widespread use in industrial, medical, and military applications. See all the 2012 inductees at:
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One thought on “National Inventors Hall of Fame Induction for Steve Jobs

  1. Christian Ponce says:

    Yes! Steve Jobs was the Albert? Einstein of our times…

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