The Engines of Our Ingenuity Episodes: 950 to 999
Engines of Our Ingenuity

Episodes 950 to 999


No. 999: Spectacles
No. 998: Mount Washington
No. 997: Gene Bullard
No. 996: Medicine and Maggots
No. 995: Shopping Carts
No. 994: Manhole Covers
No. 993: Sundials
No. 992: What Did They Say in 1490?
No. 991: Invention of the Hospital
No. 990: Emile Berliner
No. 989: Tower of Babel
No. 988: Bessie Coleman
No. 987: Black Aviator
No. 986: Medieval Timelessness
No. 985: Edward O. Wilson
No. 984: Failed Conservation?
No. 983: John Forbes Nash, Jr.
No. 982: Radio Towers
No. 981: The Library of Congress
No. 980: The G.I. Bill
No. 979: Ishmael
No. 978: Grain Elevators
No. 977: Feedback
No. 976: Cat Art
No. 975: Gas Stations
No. 974: Fire Station
No. 973: Owen's Ichthyosaurus
No. 972: An Award
No. 971: Maya Lin's Memorial
No. 970: Stethoscopes & Distance
No. 969: William James Sidis
No. 968: Belva Ann Lockwood
No. 967: Isaac Newton: Alchemist
No. 966: Continuity of Form
No. 965: Who Stole Feminism
No. 964: Maria the Jewess
No. 963: Chewing Gum
No. 962: The New Windmills
No. 961: in Which Ford Forgets
No. 960: Grain in Abu Hureyra
No. 959: The Sensory Paris
No. 958: The Book of Chartres
No. 957: A Memorial
No. 956: Vesalius' Wood Blocks
No. 955: The Realm of the Senses
No. 954: Moses Austin's Lead
No. 953: Air Mail, 1859
No. 952: Class of '65
No. 951: Physionotrace
No. 950: Natural Philosophy

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