Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 1750 to 1799

No. 1799: Miriam F. Leslie
No. 1798: Mind-Reading
No. 1797: Summer and Grantchester
No. 1796: Blow Hot: Blow Cold
No. 1795: Blanche Ames
No. 1794: Autogiro
No. 1793: What Was Your Name?
No. 1792: Foghorns and Sirens
No. 1791: The Thames Tunnel
No. 1790: The Fireside University
No. 1789: Farbenlehre
No. 1788: Embedded Reporters
No. 1787: What's a Life Worth?
No. 1786: Circumstantial Evidence
No. 1785: Matzeliger in 1924
No. 1784: A Priority Allegory
No. 1783: What Did the Ancients Eat?
No. 1782: Human Energy
No. 1781: Flora Loughead & Her Sons
No. 1780: Radio Days
No. 1779: Romance and Reality
No. 1778: What's Reasonable
No. 1777: An UnPanama-Canal
No. 1776: Carbon Dioxide
No. 1775: The Book, Then and Now

No. 1774: Reckless and Careful
No. 1773: The Comet Failures
No. 1772: Camera Obscura
No. 1771: A Recipe for KTOO-FM
No. 1770: Let's Not Pull Together
No. 1769: Niels Finsen
No. 1768: On the Cutting Room Floor
No. 1767: Lewis and Clark
No. 1766: Doctors and Detectives
No. 1765: The Speed of Gravity
No. 1764: Temperature
No. 1763: Child Labor
No. 1762: Camp Cooking
No. 1761: John Baskerville
No. 1760: The Christmas Lectures
No. 1759: Raymond Loewy
No. 1758: Sinking the Bismarck
No. 1757: One Generation's Change
No. 1756: The Death of Bigfoot
No. 1755: A Consumer Report
No. 1754: Recognition
No. 1753: Vannevar Bush
No. 1752: Diagnostic Tool for Art & Life
No. 1751: Robert Hooke
No. 1750: Soap Bubbles

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