Discovered an electrolytic method of producing aluminum cheaply, putting aluminum into the first wide commercial use in history.
Invented meat curing products, seasonings, emulsions, bakery products, antioxidants, protein hydrolysates and many other products.
A youthful picture postcard peddler who became the big name in greeting cards by starting Hallmark Cards. The history of Hallmark Cards.
In 1962, Hall invented the semiconductor injection laser, a device now used in all compact disk players and laser printers, and most optical fiber communications systems. Hall also invented the magnetron that operates in most microwave ovens.
As well as giving his name to the company he founded in 1939, Hamilton was a famous New Zealander, who invented the modern waterjet propulsion system.
An Englishmen, who founded the British rubber industry. He is best known for his invention of the masticator, a machine that shreds rubber scraps, so rubber could be recycled. The history of rubber.
he history of Barbie dolls and inventor Ruth Handler who invented the Barbie Doll
Received a patent for polyurethane in 1942. The hsitory of polyurethane.
Invented the spinning jenny.
Joycelyn Harrison is a NASA engineer at the Langley Research Center researching piezoelectric polymer film and developing customized variations of piezoelectric materials
Invented the world's first useful antifungal antibiotic, Nystatin.
In 1894 Milton Hershey started the Hershey's Chocolate Company.
Hertz was the first to demonstrate the production and detection of Maxwell's waves that lead to the invention of radio.
"The Hendershot Generator" was alleged to produce useable electric power in the range of 200 to 300 watts in 1930.
All told, Beulah Henry had about 110 inventions and 49 patents under her belt.
An important American scientist and the first Director of the Smithsonian Institution.
Invented the audio oscillator and co-founded the electronics company, Hewlett-Packard - the history of Hewlett Packard.
Invented the first practical phototypesetting machine.
Invented sea-cretion, a construction material made from the electrolytic deposition of minerals from seawater.
A rotary clothes line was developed and marketed by Australian, Lance Hill.
Part of the development of the electron microscope.
Hodgkin used X-Rays to find the structural layouts of atoms and the overall molecular shape of over 100 molecules including: penicillin, vitamin B-12, vitamin D and insulin.
Received a patent for the Intel 4004 computer microprocessor - the history of microprocessor
Paul Hogan and fellow research chemist Robert Banks invented a durable plastic called Marlex.
In 1896 the US Navy insisted that submarine designer John Holland build his first contract submarine.
Invented a punch-card tabulation machine system for statistical computation.
Received a patent for and opened the first drive-in theater.
Co-invented the telephony software called Visual Voice.
Received a patent for polyurethane in 1942.
Hooke was perhaps the single greatest experimental scientist of the seventeenth century.
Invented the computerized telephone switching system.
A computer genius associated the Mark Computer series. See Also - Biography
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Invented the manufacture of liquid fuels, the catalytic muffler and a synthetic rubber process.
Patented the first American made sewing machine.
Invented the carbon microphone that was essential to the development of telephone.
The safety pin was the invention of Walter Hunt, who also invented an early rewing machine.
Dutch physicist, mathematician, and astronomer who was the leading proponent of the wave theory of light.
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