Mr. Jose P. Gamarra
Jose P. Gamarra
Jose P. Gamarra was a scientist and invented things. He started discovering and inventing things at UCLA, when on a rainy day he came up with the idea of permanent press (that was a long time ago). He later worked at Stanford Research Institute (SRI) and was Chief Staff Scientist at another research company. He enjoyed traveling to other countries and giving speeches about his new developments in research. He especially enjoyed getting young people interested in science.
Mr. Gamarra was born in Bolivia the son of a well known and loved Doctor who was originally from Spain. He came to the US as a young man, became an American citizen, served in the US Army, had a lifelong career as a Bio-Chemist Scientist in California and retired in Spain.