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Press Release 13-077 - Video
Donald Bitzer discusses how NSF support encouraged continued development and use of plasma displays.

Computer scientist Donald Bitzer discusses how NSF support of PLATO, the first computer system to offer students free, computer-assisted instruction, provided an incentive for continued development and use of plasma displays.

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