American inventor and pioneer in neuro-scientific liquid crystal display technology who created the 1st useful LCD screen. He was amember from the Country wide Inventors Hall of Popularity and he kept over 150 patents in america and over 500 international patents during his profession. He went to a one-room primary college in rural Missouri. In 1971 a Swiss view company modified his trademarked LCD technology with their items and by 1977 most digital pieces had been LCD. His family members shifted to Carollton, MO, and he was permitted to attend a big senior high school and sign up for the College or university of Missouri. Like Josephine Cochrane, inventor from the washer, his discovery gained him an area in the Country wide Inventors Hall of Popularity.