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Name: Thomas Edison (1847-1931)
Writes: Right
Dominant Cortex: Left
University: None
Key Contributions: "American inventor who founded a firm in Newark which invented wax paper and the mimeograph. In 1876, he set up a lab in Menlo Park, NJ. Here, he improved the telephone and telegraph and invented the phonograph. Using brute force trial and error, he came up with a scorched cotton thread (carbon) filament for a light bulb." ( More Info )

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