Professor Robert F. Borkenstein, inventor of the Breathalyzer and a leading light in the development of alcohol impaired driving research and legislation, passed away at his home in Bloomington, Indiana, on August 10, 2002. He was 89. His life is an example of the impact that the application of science at its best can make in people's everyday lives, changing attitudes and behavior, and ultimately saving lives.

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