Vacuum and its related technologies touch our lives every day in often-unrecognized ways, in the commonly used things in our lives. In the past half-century its primary attributes have enabled unprecedented advancements in medical science, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food processing, electronics, data storage, power generation, transportation, communications and countless other areas of applied research and industry. Perhaps no single technology since the commercialization of electrical power has been responsible for enabling so many other technological advances. It has been my privilege to have made this technology my chosen career for more than five decades.
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