Maurice G. Hugi:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Maurice Gaspard Hugi (b. 1904 - d. 1947) is an English science fiction writer, often a collaborator with writer Eric Frank Russell.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Aliens Speak English
The skeleton men of Mercury speak English, but have a good reason for it.

The Mines of Haldar (1934)

A device that could clearly image space battles and space ships, even from a great distance.

The Mines of Haldar (1934)

Golden Shuttles (Mechanical Mice) - tiny robots
Very small robots with an appetite for watch parts.

The Mechanical Mice (1941)

A device that allows the user to tune their mind to a future reality - a time-traveling device.

The Mechanical Mice (1941)

Robot Mother - self-reproducing automaton
A self-replicating robot, which creates a series of helper bots that adapt to conditions as needed.

The Mechanical Mice (1941)

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