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Chapter 4. Invention Teams

Chapter 4. Invention Teams

Throughout history, teams of inventors have been formed to produce large numbers of inventions in a short time period.

Consider Thomas Edison (see Figure 4-1), who expanded his own talent as an inventor by creating a team of inventors to work in his Menlo Park research and development laboratory in what is today Edison, New Jersey. Edison's invention team enabled Edison to receive 1,093 patents—the most of any inventor in U.S. history.


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