Inventors : Q To R
Jacob Rabinow received a patent
for a automated scanning and sorting machines.
Built the dangerous orgone accumulator.
In 1891, Jesse Reno created a new
novelty ride at Coney Island. This lead to the invention of the escalator.
Invented automated electrified monorail
Invented the sugar processing evaporator.
The history of sugar.
The history of high definition radar
and the sonogram. Rines is a patent attorney, a founder of the Franklin
Pierce Law Center and a chaser of Loch Ness monster.
Invented what was nicknamed the
Incorruptible Cashier - or the first working mechanical cash register.
His research interests focused on
microwave and optical techniques and components, plasma research, solid
state component and circuit development.
Received a patent for the scanning
tunneling microscope. The history of microscopes.
Edward Rosinski co-invented the
first zeolite catalyst, making the production of gasoline possible.
- Eric Rotheim
Erik Rotheim (also spelled Eric Rotheim)
of Norway patented the first aerosol can and valve that could hold and
dispense products and propellant systems.
Rozier and Lisa Vallino
This mother and daughter team invented
the intravenous catheter shield.
Benjamin Rubin invented the vaccination
Enro Rubik invented the most popular
puzzle in history, Rubik's Cube.
Count Rumford (aka Benjamin Thompson)
invented the Rumford fireplace in 1796.
James Russell invented the compact
Edwin Ruud received a patent
for the automatic storage water heater in 1889.
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