List of Articles
Following are various articles featuring press coverage on Adam Kissiah and his invention of the implantable hearing device.
Adam Kissiah’s Invention Recognized by NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist
NASA’s Office of the Chief Technologist recognizes technology developed by NASA that has benefits for the entire nation. In the article “Hearing is Believing”, Adam Kissiah is recognized for the cochlear implant technology he developed while working as an engineer at NASA.
Driven by his own hearing problem and three failed corrective surgeries, Adam Kissiah started working in the mid-1970’s on an implantable hearing device that would become known as the cochlear implant. A cochlear implant is a surgically implantable device that provides hearing sensation to persons with severe-to-profound hearing loss who receive little or no benefit from hearing aids.
Sprung from the mind of a NASA engineer, this medical miracle is a perfect example of how NASA knowledge is boundless and can touch the lives of many in ways unimaginable.
40 Years of NASA Spin-offs
This article features the technology spin-offs develop by NASA and its employees over the past 40 years.
NASA’s Top 10 Inventions
This article on HowStuffWorks.com lists NASA”s top 10 inventions. It features press coverage on Adam Kissiah and his invention.
Space Foundation: Cochlear Implant
This article from the Space Foundation provides an overview of Adam’s invention.
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