Inventors : P
Paige received a patent for the
Mark Twain funded Paige Typesetter, a competitor to the linotype machine
patented by Ottmar Mergenthaler.
Invented a new and improved gas
Louis Parker received a patent for
the first television receiver.
John Parsons' invention changed
the control of machines and industrial processes to make more precise functions.
scientist, Blaise Pascal has been credited with inventing the very first
Louis Pasteur discovered that most
infectious diseases are caused by germs, known as the "germ theory of disease".
Pasteur created inventions based on fermentation, such as improved brewing
methods and pasteurization. The history of pasteurization.
Invented a toy truck at the age of six.
The king of wacky patents.
Invented a type of free-jet water
turbine called the Pelton Wheel or Pelton turbine.
Edwin Perkins invented Kool-Aid
Jacob Perkins was a noted inventor
of various types of machinery including steel engraving plates for bank
Charles Plank co-invented the first
zeolite catalyst, which made gasoline production possible.
Roy Plunkett invented tetrafluoroethylene
polymers, known as Teflon.
The arc transmitter which - contrary
to all previous types of radio transmitters - generated continuous radio
waves was invented by the Danish engineer Valdemar Poulsen in 1902. Poulsen
also invented the telegraphone, for recording telephone conversations.
invented soda water and co-discovered oxygen.
Dr. Dietrich Prinz wrote the original
chess-playing program for a general purpose computer.
Famous mathematician who invented
the Prony brake - dynamometer.
Inventor of the Puckle gun
George Pullman invented the Pullman
Sleeping Car in 1857. The history of railroads.
Michael Pupin improved the quality
of long-distance telephone and telegraph transmissions.
Invented several inventions including
an improved fountain pen.
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