1. Dr. Meredith Gourdine for Physics- Physicist who is best known for finding a successful method to use the principles of EGD to directly convert gas to electricity. 2. Percy Julian for Biology- He created derivative drugs to treat glaucoma and arthritis. 3. Lloyd A. Hall for Chemistry- Chemist Lloyd Augustus Hall is best known for his work in the field of food technology, where he developed processes to cure and preserve meat. 4. Elijah Mccoy- Inventor who is best known for inventing the automatic lubricator for oiling boats and automobiles. 5. Granville T. Woods- Granville T. Woods developed variety of inventions relating to the railroad industry such as the telegraphony. 6. Lewis Latimer- Lewis H. Latimer was an African American scientist who is best known for the significant modifications he made to Thomas Edison's light bulb to make it longer lasting. 7. Garrett A. Morgan- He was an inventor who is best known for inventing a device called the Morgan safety hood and smoke protector. If you were to introduce these guys in school for certain subjects (such as biology, chemistry, physics, math and etc) to kids how would you do it? When and what course would you relate and connect these inventors to? I want to introduce them at some point but I don't know when is it best? What fundamental concepts are some of these men known for related to?