The Engines of Our Ingenuity Episodes: 750 to 799
Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 750 to 799


No. 799: Mimetic Architecture
No. 798: The Ik Do Not Sing
No. 797: Alcuin and Charlemagne
No. 796: A New Architectural Eye
No. 795: Hot Air Engine
No. 794: Ellen Swallow Richards
No. 793: Edison's Golden Years
No. 792: Jefferson & Technology
No. 791: Senefelder & Lithography
No. 790: Things People Say
No. 789: Wood
No. 788: On the Networks
No. 787: Stereotyping
No. 786: Stereoscope
No. 785: William Caxton
No. 784: Topiary
No. 783: Flatland
No. 782: Nothing to Lose
No. 781: Error
No. 780: Old Instruments
No. 779: Balloon Frame Houses
No. 778: Bandar-log and Otters
No. 777: A Failure to Adapt
No. 776: Carbon-14
No. 775: The Throwing Madonna
No. 774: William Beaumont
No. 773: Godwin & Wollstonecraft
No. 772: Perry Collins
No. 771: A Tale of Two Balloons
No. 770: Christmas, 1992
No. 769: The Paper Clip
No. 768: A Vision of Flight
No. 767: Medicine in New France
No. 766: Midwestern Windmills
No. 765: Eiffel after the Tower
No. 764: Von Braun and History
No. 763: Cyrano De Bergerac
No. 762: Kelly's Converter
No. 761: Solar Eclipse
No. 760: Galileo, Newton & Math
No. 759: Heloise
No. 758: Paper Railroad Wheels
No. 757: Semaphore Telegraphy
No. 756: Ready for an Invention
No. 755: Luck and Recognition
No. 754 Burma Shave
No. 753: Johann Gutenberg
No. 752: Medicine in New Spain
No. 751: Actor Artists
No. 750: Agassiz in the Galapagos

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