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The Adventures of Research collection is a great and highly informative old time radio Series. These are the tales of the dramatic and entertaining accounts in the scientific research history. Written by Westinghouse physicist Dr. Phillips Thomas, to encourage a civic an interest in science.
Originally Adventures of Research was a Question and Answer session between Dr. Phillips Thomas and Paul Shannon, but to make the show more exciting, the Westinghouse physicist wrote dramatized versions of important discoveries.
Adventures of Research features dramatized versions of scientific discoveries such as the invention of the typewriter, the automobile, penicillin, machine gun, skyscraper, and many more.
Sponsored by Westinghouse, Adventures of Research was heard from 1946 into the 1950s. Historically accurate, these fifteen-minute shows are very entertaining; Adventures in Research is a great way to learn about great scientific discoveries throughout history.
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See also American Trail, An American in England, Better Living Theater, Captains of Industry, Doctor Fights, Encore Theater, Men of Vision,Our Freedoms Blessings, and Science Magazine of the Air.