Innovative scientists and inventors — much like innovative artists

Check out the latest additions to the ArtsOfInnovation.com Web site in the realms of invention, business and science, where enterprising innovators follow similar patterns to innovative artists.

Highlights include:

Two innovators in the field of computers — experimental innovator Grace Murray Hopper (right) who developed the first software compiler in her 40s, and conceptual innovator Bill Gates, who founded the predecessor of Microsoft at age 19.

Two innovative drug researchers –experimental innovator Elizabeth Hazen, who discovered the first useful fungus-killing antibiotic at age 66, and conceptual innovator Lewis Sarett, who created synthetic cortisone in his mid-twenties.

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