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Maker’s Marks

Meet the ingenious men and women inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame



ROCKERS, BASEBALL PLAYERS AND COUNTRY MUSIC singers have halls of fame, so why shouldn’t the people who enrich, simplify and sometimes save our lives have one too? Well, they do: The National Inventors Hall of Fame, located in North Canton, Ohio (a museum is in Alexandria, Virginia), honors 15 inventors every year. The 46th Annual Induction Ceremony happened on May 3. In the next few pages, Newsweek takes a look at some past and present nominees, including the following 2018 inductees, whose brain power helped shape our world.

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