Four Decades of Innovation: Issues 1 - 25
Copper played a starring role in many remarkable 20th century advances. It was on board when America began exploring space and sent a man to the Moon.
- Four Decades of Innovation: Issues 26 - 60
- Four Decades of Innovation: Issues 61 - 99
- Copper Shines on Prime Time
- The History of Copper
- The Future of Copper
It would be difficult to imagine houses of worship without copper, brass or bronze. The aesthetic and durable metals are found in interior as well as exterior uses and often used for sacred vessels, statuary and decoration - and even most church bells rely on bronze (modern, electronic chimes rely on copper-wired circuits).
- Copper Could Help Counter Health Crisis
- Lady Liberty Provided Copper for Chopper
- Copper to Reveal Comet’s Makeup
- Motor Swaps Save Big
A Golden Age That Never Ends
The ancient Egyptian boy-king, Tutankhamun, may have ruled for only 10 years some 3,000 years ago, but his name lives on today through the spectacular artifacts discovered in his tomb in 1922 by English archaeologist Howard Carter.
- The Dawn of a New Bronze Age
- Mother Nature's Masquerade
- New Generation of Artisans Discover Copper
Copper Comet Impactor: A NASA Success Story
More than fireworks exploded in the sky this Fourth of July. While most Americans enjoyed local parades, backyard barbecues and the company of friends, NASA was busy blasting a hole deep into a comet far out in space. The goal of the mission: To uncover valuable information about the nature and origins of Earth's solar system.
- Copper Heaters Improve Fuel Tank Safety on Space Shuttle
A Fixture in American Homes
Most people don't spend a lot of time thinking about their home's plumbing. After all, it's not very exciting, and benefits like hot showers, clean drinking water on tap and indoor toilets are things we take for granted today.
- New Home Heating & Cooling System is Easier on the Wallet - and the Environment
- Egyptian Pharaoh Had Copper Plumbing