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Donalee L Tabern
Donalee Tabern received a patent for the general anesthetic, Pentothal.

Rusi Taleyarkhan
Rusi Taleyarkhan and team invented a bubble fusion reactor. Taleyarkhan has also invented variable velocity bullets used in a futuristic stun gun.

Toyoichi Tanaka
Toyoichi Tanaka received a patent for Smart Gels, a synthetic (polyacrylamide) polymer gel with unusual properties.

Ralph Teetor
Unstopped by his blindness, Ralph Teetor invented cruise control.

Edward Teller
The history of hydrogen bomb.

Lewis Temple
The toggle iron harpoon was designed in 1848 by Lewis Temple, this was the standard harpoon used in American whaling from the mid-19th through the early 20th centuries.

Nikola Tesla
He invented an AC motor and transformer, X-Ray technology, a vacuum tube amplifier and the Tesla Coil. Nikola Tesla claimed the invention of an electrical generator that would not "consume any fuel". The Supreme Court overturned Marconi's radio patent in 1943, in favor of Tesla's patent.

Mark Thatcher
Mark Thatcher invented Teva Sandals.

Valerie Thomas
Received a patent in 1980 for inventing an illusion transmitter.

Benjamin Thompson/Count Rumford
Count Rumford (aka Benjamin Thompson) invented the Rumford fireplace in 1796.

John Thompson
Inventor of the Tommy gun.

John Henry Thompson
Invented lingo programming used in Macromedia Director and Shockwave.

Benjamin Tilghman
Benjamin Tilghman received the first British patent for sand blasting equipment in 1870.

Henry Timken
Henry Timken received a patent for the Timken or tapered roller bearings.

Max Tishler
Max Tishler invented methods for synthesizing the essential vitamin B2 and a poultry disease antibiotic.

Charles Townes
Charles Townes invented the Maser (Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission).

Brent Townshend
The 56K modem was invented by Dr. Brent Townshend in 1996.

Jethro Tull
Agricultural pioneer who invented the seed drill in 1701.

Earl S Tupper
Earl Tupper invented Tupperware.

Evangelista Torricelli
The barometer was invented by Evangelista Torricelli in 1643. The history of the barometer.

Richard Trevithick
The first locomotive in the world was built by Richard Trevithick in 1804.

Ann Tsukamoto
The co-patenter of a process to isolate the human stem cell.

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