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Norman Joseph Woodland


New Jersey-born man known to be among the co-inventors from the barcode. His enhancements earned him many honors, including an induction in to the Country wide Inventors Hall of Popularity. He graduated from Drexel School using a Bachelor of Research in Mechanical Anatomist in 1947. He done the infamous Manhattan Project during Globe Battle II. He wedded Jacqueline Blumberg in 1951. He previously daughters called Susan and Betsy. He received the Country wide Medal of Technology from George H.W. Bush in 1992.

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Full Name Norman Joseph Woodland
Date Of Birth September 6, 1921
Died December 9, 2012, Edgewater, New Jersey, United States
Place Of Birth New Jersey
Profession Entrepreneur
Education Atlantic City High School, Drexel University
Nationality American
Awards National Medal of Technology and Innovation
Star Sign Virgo

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