Suffolk County Historical Society: ‘Nikola Tesla — Who Was He?’ / August 2, 2018


Nikola Tesla: Who Was He?

A presentation by Tesla Science Center President Jane Alcorn

Thursday, August 2, 2018 – 6:00 PM

Members Free; Non-Members $5
Incudes wine & cheese + admission to current exhibits!

RSVP Requested: 631-727-2881 x100

Tesla Science Center Board President Jane Alcorn will discuss the well-known electrical engineer who was once renowned as a genius inventor, as well as the history of his Wardenclyffe lab in Shoreham.

In about 1900 Nikola Tesla set to work on his boldest project ever: to build a global, wireless communication system — to be transmitted through a large electrical tower — for sharing information and providing free electricity throughout the world. With funding from a group of investors, Tesla began work on the project in earnest, designing and building a lab with a power plant and a massive transmission tower on a site in Shoreham known as Wardenclyffe.




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