Today marks the fifth day of 28 Days of Black Excellence created by VocalEssence Associate Conductor G. Phillip Shoultz, III. Phillip highlights the work of Dr. Henry T. Sampson, whose “gamma electrical cell” invention paved the way for the create of the cellphone, a device that connects us together each and every day. His musical inspiration comes from the song “Lean On Me” by Bill Withers.
Dr. Henry T. Sampson (1934-2015)
Notable Achievements: He co-invented the gamma-electrical cell, which directly converts nuclear energy into electricity and helps power satellites and space exploration missions. He also holds patents on solid rocket motors.
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This episode of 28 Days of Black Excellence was sponsored by Alfred P. & Ann M. Moore.
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