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March 5th, 2007
Silicon Valley Pioneer Credited for Invention of Laser Optical Storage System
Dr. Stephen Petrina's 'Change and Technology in the U.S.' Credits Silicon Valley's Jerome Drexler for Invention of the Laser Optical Storage System.
Earlier in his career, dark matter cosmologist Jerome Drexler pioneered the laser recording of data using his co-invention, in 1979, of Drexon(R), a sealed nanotechnology-based laser recording media.
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