What’s next for Lonnie Johnson?

January 6, 2018by Brian Prokes
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Lonnie Johnson is interviewed by William Thornton at Al.com

Lonnie Johnson is always moving, always thinking, always tinkering. That becomes apparent on a visit to his laboratory in downtown Atlanta. In one room is the invention that made the Alabama-born scientist famous the Super Soaker water gun that he invented in his “spare time” while employed as a NASA engineer.

JTEC

A breakthrough technology that directly converts thermal energy into electrical energy.


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