Dean Kamen invented a portable medication technology.
Invented an improved bellows, a modular hydrostatic bearing for machine tools, an opaque overhead projector for children to view artwork and even a TV remote control embedded in a Nerf-like football.
Invented the flying shuttle.
Known for his fiber-optic communications inventions, Donald Keck co-invented fiber-optic wire.
Architect, Anna Keichline created inventions for the home.
Lord Kelvin invented the Kelvin Scale in 1848, the Kelvin Scale measures the ultimate extremes of hot and cold.
Invented log books that he used as a tool for calculating planetary positions, eyeglasses for near and far sighted persons, the convex eyepiece, and the quintile and biquintile (astronomy) aspects.
Invented the first electrical ignition system for the car and the first practical engine-driven generator.
The first women to receive a US patent on May 15, 1809.
Electrical engineer, Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit aka the microchip.
Patented the Forward Sleeve design for creating clothing.
Co-invented the modern hula hoop.
Co-invented the modern athletic shoe or sneakers.
An employee in a paper bag factorywho invented a new machine part to make square bottoms for paper bags.
The inventor of the artificial kidney dialysis machine.
Designed a pinhole gamma ray camera and collimator and helped to design and fabricate automatic air and water sampling equipment and radiation activity measuring devices.
He invented the flatbed scanner, the Kurzweil reading machine, the Kurzweil 1000 OCR software, the first commercially marketed large-vocabulary speech-recognition software, and the Kurzweil 250 Music Synthesizer.
Invented para-aramid fibers (Kevlar), used in mooring ropes, fiber-optic cables, aircraft parts, canoes and bullet-resistant vests.
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