From an "Acorn" grows a personal computer revolution. The historical invention of the century.
History of the world's best loved dessert - ice cream.
The first flexible stainless steel, all-metal ice tray was invented by Guy Tinkham in 1933.
The game of ice hockey we know today was first played in Montreal in 1875, according to rules invented by a McGill student.
The oldest pair of ice skates known date back to about 3000 B.C.
Vladimir Zworykin invented the iconoscope, an early television camera.
A plant patented by Luther Burbank.
Charles Kettering invented the first automobile electrical ignition system.
William Stanley invented the induction coil.
Groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture and industrial design.
The history of instant mashed potatoes.
Edwin Land invented the polaroid camera and instant photography.
The integrated circuit was co-invented by Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce.
In 1968, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore were two unhappy engineers working for the Fairchild Semiconductor Company who decided to quit and create their own company Intel.
The history of the internal combustion engine.
The first internet.
The contributions of Vinton Cerf, Bob Kahn, Tim Berners-Lee and Mark Andreesen to the World Wide Web's birth in 1991.
Betty Rozier and Lisa Vallino co-invented the intravenous catheter shield.
The iPhone by Apple was the first smart phone.
On October 23, 2001 Apple Computers publicly announced their portable music digital player the iPod.
The first scientist to appreciate the mechanics of respiration was John Mayow.
An improvement to the ironing board was patented by African American inventor, Sarah Boone.
Henry Seely invented the electric iron in 1882.
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