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ICS SB - Inventors

ICS SB - Inventors & Inventions

Invention & InformationInventor
cotton gin - 1793 - American Eli Whitney
rubber vulcanization - 1839 - American C. Goodyear
printing press - 1810 - German Frederick Koenig
telegraph & morse code - 1837 & 1838 - American S.F.B. Morse
telephone - 1876 - American A.G. Bell
phonograph - 1877 - American Thomas Edison
kodak camera & flexible roll film - 1884 - American George Eastman
movie projector - 1893 - American Thomas Edison
voltaic cell (battery) - 1800 - Italian Alessandro Volta
incandescent lamp - 1879 - American Thomas Edison
steel plow - 1837 - American John Deere
penicillin - 1928 - English Alexander Fleming
thermometer - 1593 - Italian Galileo
reflecting telescope - 1668 - English Isaac Newton
bifocal glasses - 1760 - American Benjamin Franklin
Bunsen burner - 1855 - German Robert Bunsen
gasoline powered automobile - 1885 - German Karl Benz
diesel engine - 1892 - German Rudolph Diesel
commercial steamboat - 1809 Robert Fulton
induction motor - 1888 Nikola Tesla
airplane - 1906 Orville & Wilbur Wright
aqualung Jaques Cousteau
conditioned reflex (dog & bell ringing) Pavlov
genetics Gregor Mendel
periodic table Dimitri Mendeleev
radium Marie & Pierre Curie
rocket engine Goddard
Created by: sbgreent