Nick Glass reviews "Make, Create, Innovate" episodes. Ludwig Schultz demonstrates the SupraTrans; the Archaeocopter captures three dimensional images. DNA and glass disc data storage methods revolutionize information.
Yoshiro Nakamatsu patented 3,500 inventions. He created the kerosene pump and the floppy disk. After a cancer diagnosis, he began developing a treatment.
Captain Gene Cernan recalls his experience as the last man to walk on the moon. He describes views, and expresses pride in past accomplishments.
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MCI brings you a holiday treat as we look back on all the best bits from the series, from levitating trains to the world's most prolific inventor.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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