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About the Author
Roger Bridgman was a curator at the Science Museum in London before becoming a freelance science and technology writer. He was written several bestselling titles, including 1,000 Inventions and Discoveries, Robot, and How Nearly Everything Was Invented. He has written dozens of articles for Physics World and New Scientist.