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The kaleidoscope was invented by Sir David Brewster and patented by him in 1817.

A second-generation peer-to-peer file-sharing service.

Stephanie Kwolek invented a material five times stronger than steel.

The invention of the modern computer keyboard began with the invention of the typewriter.

Vladimir Zworykin invented a type of cathode-ray tube called the kinescope in 1929, a tube needed for television transmission.

Kitchen Appliances
Who invented the refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave oven and other kitchen appliances?

Kitty Litter
Edward Lowe made the trademark name of Kitty Litter® part of the American vocabulary.

Edwin Perkins invented kool-aid in 1927.

Kraft Foods
For over two hundred years, many companies have merged to create Kraft Foods, the company it is today. Read about the many "firsts" in the heritage of Kraft.

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