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The Tesla book launch event hosted at Harvard Center for European Studies Busch Hall began with introductory lecture "Exploring the legacy of Nikola Tesla through UNESCO Networks" delivered by Aleksandar Protic, Director of Tesla Memory Project and Federal Counselor at UNESCO Federation of France.
Publishers idea was to show through compendium of articles gathered in this edition, how Tesla’s ideas provide impetus for professors, writers, entrepreneurs and innovators and to shed light thereon from their point of view, as well as how they inspire high school and third level students alike, through whose texts and youthful intuition perhaps we may yet unearth unfamiliar areas of Tesla's incomparably rich creative endeavor. Guided by the ideal of Tesla's humbleness, we decided that the book is not for sale, rather 333 printed copies are to be provided to individuals and institutions, and a digital version will be available free of charge, on the internet, from March.
CES: Exploring the Legacy of Nikola Tesla through UNESCO Networks | Harvard University | History Department