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Posthumously inducted in May 1987 for his numerous pioneering innovations in the early days of aviation.


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Inducted in May 1987 for his many innovations in optical instruments and the manufacture of soft contact lenses.


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Inducted in May 1987 for invention of pulse Doppler radar and other innovations in airborne electronics.


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Posthumously inducted in May 1987 for his many innovations in all-metal airplane design.


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Inducted in May 1988 for conceiving the idea of coherent microwave emissions which led to the development of the maser and laser.


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Inducted in May 1989 for his many innovations in fluidics and fluid mechanics.


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Inducted in May 1990 in recognition of his significant inventions and contributions in semiconductor devices and integrated circuits.


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Inducted in May 1991 in recognition of his significant inventions and for creating the standard form of the universal product code.


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Posthumously inducted in May 1992 in recognition of significant contributions to the fields of multiplexing and long-distance telephony.


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Inducted in May 1993 in recognition of his pioneering efforts in creating the discipline of fracture mechanics and for his guidance to the technical community in helping to make it a useful engineering design tool.


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