Mr. Haber founded Haber, Inc. in 1967 following his discoveries in the field of Electromagnetic Propulsion (EMP), a process which enables the electrically controlled movement or positioning of different molecules and which is distinct from existing techniques of electrophoresis and chromatography. He was an entrepreneurial scientist with extensive experience in a number of technical disciplines including biochemical research, analytic and industrial chemistry and biophysics.
He was also the inventor of the Haber Gold Process (HGP), a methodology for extracting gold from a variety of ores without the use of toxic chemicals such as mercury or cyanide. He was the company's principal scientist and had an international reputation for his various inventions. His work on EMP has appeared in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Mr. Haber was awarded numerous patents in both the U.S. and abroad for various electromechanical devices and his developments in the field of chemoelectronics.
Mr. Haber held a B.S. degree in chemistry and an M.A. in physiology and biological sciences from the New York City University System. He had done post-graduate study at the Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute, Cornell Medical School and New York University.