Famous movie star and inventor.
America's first gasoline-powered automobile was the 1891 Lambert car.
The history of polaroid photography.
Invented the incandescent electric lamp and the high-vacuum electron tube.
Invented the water closet for railroad cars, an electric lamp with an inexpensive carbon filament and a threaded wooden socket for light bulbs.
Canadian, Imants Lauks invented the silicon chip blood analyzer in 1986.
Invented the cyclotron, a device that greatly increased the speed with which projectiles could be hurled at atomic nuclei.
Invented the eight track tape. The history of car radios.
Music synthesizer invented by Hugh Le Caine in 1945.
Received a patent for diagnostic X-Ray scanner or Cat-Scan.
Patented two machines for the food service industry.
Invented the first practical microscope.
One of the most prolific American of all history and received countless patents.
Lilienfeld received a patent for a method of cryogenic separation of gases in 1915. He received patents for X-Ray tube technology, point junction transistors, and numerous other inventions.
He made early progress on several innovations which were not fully developed until long after his death, including the electric light bulb, wireless telegraphy, and arc-welding. The history of welding.
Abraham Lincoln had a strong interest in new technology and was the only United States President to hold a patent
Father of flight simulation who received a patent on a device he called the "Pilot Maker".
Invented the tuxedo.
Love's invention was the very simple and portable pencil sharpener that many artists use today.
Wrote a scientific paper in 1843 that anticipated the development of computer software artificial intelligence and computer music.
Made the trademark name "Kitty Litter" a part of the American vocabulary.
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