Inventors : F
Received a patent for the first
The German physicist who invented
the alcohol thermometer in 1709 and the mercury thermometer in 1714. In
1724, he introduced the temperature scale that bears his name.
Faraday's biggest breakthrough in
electricity was his invention of the electric motor.
The full story of the farm boy who
conceived the basic operating principles of electronic television at the
age of thirteen.
Invented liquid crystal display
Fermi and the history of the neutronic
The first ferris wheel was invented
by bridge-builder, George Ferris.
In 1900, Fessenden transmitted the
world's first voice message.
Made the first successful trial
of a steamboat. The history of steamboats.
Received a patent for a petroleum
refining method and was one of the most inventive chemists of all times.
Penicillin was discovered by Alexander
Fleming. The history of penicillin.
Invented standard time.
Invented the embolectomy balloon
catheter, a medical device.
Improved the "assembly line" for
automobile manufacturing, received a patent for a transmission mechanism,
and popularized the gas-powered car with the Model-T.
A pioneer in digital computer development
and invented random access, coincident-current, magnetic storage.
Invented naturally colored cotton.
Invented the lightning rod, the
iron furnace stove or 'Franklin Stove', bifocal glasses, and the odometer.
Invented the home diabetes test.
3M chemist who invented Post-It
Notes as a temporary bookmarker.
Invented the geodesic dome in 1954.
American engineer, who brought steamboating
to commercial success.
If you cannot find what you want,
try searching by invention.
Want to keep updated about new additions?
Important disclaimer information about this About site.