By James Dray
Vincent Lamberti was born in Meriden, Connecticut back in circa 1927-28. He was so advanced academically that he taught his high school physics class when the teacher was absent. He won a scholarship to Yale University. He earned his undergraduate degree in 1947 and a doctorate in organic chemistry in 1951.After graduation in 1949, he joined Lever Brothers, he spent the remainder of his career with the company. He worked there for 40 years, before his retirement. He was the patent coordinator and manager of organic chemistry. During his career he accumulated a total of 118 granted patents. He also wrote over 2,000 patents for other inventors all over the world. He died in 2014 from congestive heart failure, he was 86.What you may not know about Vincent is that he is best known as...