Eric Morgan lived in his native England for thirty years, trained as a pilot, and earned a Ph.D. in Science before emigrating to Canada and the US in the 1950s. As a noted metallurgist, he held executive positions in research and management, published numerous technical papers, and was a fellow in the American Society of Metals. He was awarded an essay medal by the Birmingham Metallurgical Society, and received the Gary Medal in 1965 from the American Iron & Steel Institute. Morgan's personal story is enriched and informed by his training and skills as a scientific observer and researcher.

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