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On August 21, 1960, American professional engineer and bridge designer David Barnard Steinman died. Since childhood, he had loved bridges and the colossal integrated parts that support them. Steinman pursued the studies in mathematics related to bridge building with a … Continue reading
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On August 20, 1913, neurologist Dr. Roger Wolcott Sperry was born. A university athlete, he followed degrees in English and psychology with a doctorate in zoology. He specialized in neurophysiology, the study of nervous system function. At first centred in … Continue reading