List of Inventions and their Inventors List 2017 – Famous Scientists

InventionsInventors
Acetylene GasInvented by Berthelot in 1862 (France)
Adding MachineInvented by Pascal in 1642 (France)
Adhesive Tape, ScotchInvented by Richard Drew in 1930 (U.S.A.)
AdrenalineInvented by Schafer and Oliver in 1894 (Britain)
AeroplaneInvented by Orville & Wilbur Wright in 1903 (U.S.A.)
Aerosol SprayInvented by Erik Rotheim in 1926 (Norway)
Air ConditioningInvented by Carrier in 1902 (U.S.A.)
Airplane, Jet EngineInvented by Ohain in 1939 (Germany)
Airship (non-rigid)Invented by Henri Giffard in 1852 (France)
Anesthesia, LocalInvented by Koller in 1885 (Austria)
Anesthesia, SpinalInvented by Bier in 1898 (Germany)
Anti-toxins (Science of Immunity)Invented by Behring & Kitasato in 1890 (Germany, Japan)
Artificial HeartInvented by Willem Kolff in 1957 (Netherlands)
AspirinInvented by Dreser in 1889 (Germany)
Atomic BombInvented by J. Robert Oppenheimer in 1945 (U.S.A.)
Atomic NumbersInvented by Moseley in 1913 (Britain)
Atomic TheoryInvented by Dalton in 1803 (Britain)
Automatic RifleInvented by John Browning in 1918 (U.S.A.)
AyurvedaInvented in 2000-1000 BC (India)
BacteriaInvented by Leeuwenhock in 1683 (Netherlands)
BacteriologyInvented by Ferdinand Cohn in 1872 (Germany)
BakeliteInvented by Leo H. Baekeland in 1907 (Belgium)
Ball-Point PenInvented by John J. Loud in 1888 (U.S.A.)
Ballistic MissileInvented by Wemher von Braun in 1944 (Germany)
BalloonInvented by Jacques & Joseph Montgolfier in 1783 (France)
BarometerInvented by Evangelista Torricelli in 1644 (Italy)
Battery (Electric)Invented by Alessandro Volta in 1800 (Italy)
BicyleInvented by Kirkpatrick Macmillan in 1839-40 (Britain)
Bicyle Tyres (Pneumatic)Invented by John Boyd Dunlop in 1888 (Britain)
Bifocal LensInvented by Benjamin Franklin in 1780 (U.S.A.)
BiochemistryInvented by Jan Baptista Van Helmont in 1648 (Belgium)
Bleaching PowderInvented by Tennant in 1798 (Britain)
Blood Plasma Storage (Blood Bank)Invented by Drew in 1940 (U.S.A.)
Blood TransfusionInvented by Jean-Baptiste Denys in 1625 (France)
Bunsen BurnerInvented by R.Willhelm von Bunsen in 1855 (Germany)
Burglar AlarmInvented by Edwin T. Holmes in 1858 (U.S.A.)
CalculusInvented by Newton in 1670 (Britain)
Camera, KodakInvented by Walker Eastman in 1888 (U.S.A.)
Canned FoodInvented by Appert in 1804 (France)
Car (Petrol)Invented by Kari Benz in 1888 (Germany)
Car (Steam)Invented by Nicolas Cugnot in 1769 (France)
CarburetorInvented by Gottlieb Daimler in 1876 (Germany)
Cardiac PacemakerInvented by A.S. Hyman in 1932 (U.S.A.)
Cassette, AudioInvented by Philips Co. in 1963 (Holland)
Cassette, VideotapeInvented by Sony in 1969 (Japan)
CAT ScannerInvented by Godfrey Hounsfield in 1968 (Britain)
CelluloidInvented by Alexander Parkes in 1861 (Britain)
Cement (Portland)Invented by Joseph Aspdin in 1824 (Britain)
ChemotherapyInvented by Ehrlich in 1909 (Germany)
ChemotherapyInvented by Paracelsus in 1493-1541 (Switzerland)
Chloroform as AnaestheticInvented by James Simpson in 1847 (Britain)
ChloromycetinInvented by Burkholder in 1947 (U.S.A.)
Cholera T. B. GermsInvented by Robert Koch in 1877 (Germany)
ChronometerInvented by John Harrison in 1735 (Britain)
CinemaInvented by Nicolas & Jean Lumiere in 1895 (France)
Circulation of BloodInvented by William Harvey in 1628 (Britain)
Clock (Mechanical)Invented by I-Hsing & Liang Ling-Tsan in 1725 (China)
Clock (Pendulum)Invented by Christian Huygens in 1656 (Netherlands)
Cloning, DNAInvented by Boyer, Cohen in 1973 (U.S.A.)
Cloning, MammalInvented by Wilmut, et al in 1996 (U.K.)
Compact DiscInvented by RCA in 1972 (U.S.A.)
Compact Disc PlayerInvented by Sony, Philips co in 1979 (Japan, Netherlands)
Computer, LaptopInvented by Sinclair in 1987 (Britain)
Computer, MiniInvented by Digital Corp. in 1960 (U.S.A.)
Crossword PuzzleInvented by Arthur Wynne in 1913 (U.S.A.)
Cryo-SurgeryInvented by Henry Swan in 1953 (U.S.A.)
CT SacnInvented by Hounsfield in 1973 (Britain)
DatingInvented by Libby in 1947 (U.S.A.)
Diesel EngineInvented by Rudoff Diesel in 1895 (Germany)
Diphtheria GermsInvented by Klebs & Loffler in 1883-84 (Germany)
Disc BrakeInvented by Dr. F. Lanchester in 1902 (Britain)
Disc VideoInvented by Philips Co. in 1972 (Holland)
DNA, StructureInvented by Crick, Waston, Wilkins in 1951 (UK,US,UK)
DynamoInvented by Hypolite Pixil in 1832 (France)
Electric Flat IronInvented by H.W. Seeley in 1882 (U.S.A.)
Electric IronInvented by Henry W. Seely in 1882 (U.S.A.)
Electric LampInvented by Thomas Alva Edison in 1879 (U.S.A.)
Electric Motor (AC)Invented by Nikola Tesla in 1888 (U.S.A.)
Electric Motor (DC)Invented by Zenobe Gramme in 1873 (Belgium)
Electric Washing machineInvented by Alva J. Fisher in 1906 (U.S.A.)
Electro-CardiographInvented by Willem Einthoven in 1903 (Netherlands)
Electro-EncephalogramInvented by Hand Berger in 1929 (Germany)
Electro-MagnetInvented by William Sturgeon in 1824 (Britain)
ElectronInvented by Thomson. J in 1897 (Britain)
Electronic ComputerInvented by Dr. Alan M. turing in 1824 (Britain)
ElectroplatingInvented by Luigi Brugnatelli in 1805 (Italy)
EmbryologyInvented by Kari Ernest-Van Baer in 1792-1896 (Estonia)
EndocrinologyInvented by Bayliss & Starling in 1902 (Britain)
Facsimile MachineInvented by Alexander Bain in 1843 (Britain)
Fibre OpticsInvented by Kepany in 1955 (Britain)
Film (Moving Outlines)Invented by Louis Prince in 1885 (France)
Film (Musical Sound)Invented by Dr. Le de Forest in 1923 (U.S.A.)
Film (Talking)Invented by J. Engl, J. Mussolle & H. Vogt in 1922 (Germany)
First Test Tube BabyInvented by Steptoe & Edwards in 1978 (Britain)
Floppy DiskInvented by IBM in 1970 (U.S.A.)
Fountain PenInvented by Lewis E.Waterman in 1984 (U.S.A.)
FrisbeeInvented by Fred Morrisson in 1948 (U.S.A.)
GalvanometerInvented by Andre-Marie Ampere in 1834 (France)
Gene Therapy on HumansInvented by Martin Clive in 1980 (U.S.A.)
Genes Associated with CancerInvented by Robert Weinberg & others in 1982 (U.S.A.)
GliderInvented by Sir George Cayley in 1853 (Britain)
GramophoneInvented by Thomos Alva Edison in 1878 (U.S.A.)
Heart Transplant SurgeryInvented by Christian Barnard in 1967 (S. Africa)
HelicopterInvented by Etienne Oehmichen in 1924 (France)
HistologyInvented by Marie Bichat in 1771-1802 (France)
HIVInvented by Martagnier in 1984 (French)
HolographyInvented by Denis Gason in 1947 (Britain)
Hydrogen BombInvented by Edward Teller in 1952 (U.S.A.)
Hypodermic SyringeInvented by Alexander Wood in 1853 (Britain)
Intelligence TestingInvented by Simon Binet in 1905 (French)
Jet EngineInvented by Sir Frank Whittle in 1937 (Britain)
Kidney MachineInvented by Kolf in 1944 (Netherlands)
LaserInvented by Theodore Maiman in 1960 (U.S.A.)
LaunderetteInvented by J.F. Cantrell in 1934 (U.S.A.)
Leprosy BacillusInvented by Hansen in 1873 (Norway)
Lift (Mechanical)Invented by Elisha G. Otis in 1852 (U.S.A.)
Lighting ConductorInvented by Benjamin Franklin in 1752 (U.S.A.)
LocomotiveInvented by Richard Trevithick in 1804 (Britain)
LogarithmsInvented by Napier in 1614 (Britain)
Loom, powerInvented by E. Cartwright in 1785 (Britain)
LoudspeakerInvented by Horace Short in 1900 (Britain)
LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide)Invented by Hoffman in 1943 (Switzerland)
Machine GunInvented by Richard Gatling in 1718 (Britain)
Magnetic Recording TapeInvented by Fritz Pfleumer in 1928 (Germany)
Malaria GermsInvented by Laveran in 1880 (France)
Match, SafetyInvented by John Walker in 1826 (Britain)
MicrophoneInvented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 (U.S.A.)
MicroprocessorInvented by Robert Noyce & Gordon Moore in 1971 (U.S.A.)
Microscope, comp.Invented by Z. Janssen in 1590 (Netherlands)
Microscope, elect.Invented by Ruska Knoll in 1931 (Germany)
Microwave OvenInvented by Percy LeBaron Spencer in 1947 (U.S.A.)
MorphineInvented by Friderich Sertumer in 1805 (Germany)
Motor CycleInvented by G. Daimler in 1885 (Germany)
Movie ProjectorInvented by Thomas Edison in 1893 (U.S.A.)
MRIInvented by Damadian in 1971 (U.S.A.)
Neon LampInvented by Georges Claude in 1910 (France)
NeurologyInvented by Franz Joseph Gall in 1758-1828 (Germany)
NeutronInvented by Chadwick in 1932 (Britain)
Neutron BombInvented by Samuel Cohen in 1958 (U.S.A.)
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance ImagingInvented by Raymond Damadian in 1971 (U.S.A.)
NylonInvented by Dr. wallace H. Carothers in 1937 (U.S.A.)
Open Heart SurgeryInvented by Walton Lilehel in 1953 (U.S.A.)
Optical FibreInvented by Narinder Kapany in 1955 (Germany)
Oral Contraceptive PillsInvented by Gregory Pincus, Rock in 1955 (U.S.A.)
PacemakerInvented by Zoll in 1952 (U.S.A.)
PaperInvented by  in A.D. 105 (China)
PasteurizationInvented by Louis Pasteur in 1867 (France)
PencilInvented by Lacques-Nicolas Conte in 1792 (France)
PenicillinInvented by Alexander Fleming in 1928 (Britain)
Periodic TableInvented by Mendeleyev in 1869 (Russia)
Photo Film, CelluloidInvented by Reichenbach in 1893 (U.S.A.)
Photo Film, TransparentInvented by Goodwin Eastman in 1884 (U.S.A.)
PhotocopierInvented by Carlson in 1938 (U.S.A.)
Photoelectric CellInvented by Julius Elster, Hans F. Geitel in 1893 (Germany.)
Photography (on Film)Invented by John Carbutt in 1888 (U. S. A.)
Photography (on Metal)Invented by J.N. Niepce in 1826 (France)
Photography (on Paper)Invented by W.H. Fox Talbot in 1835 (Britain)
PhysiologyInvented by Albrecht Von Haller in 1757-66 (Switzerland)
PianoInvented by Cristofori in 1709 (Italy)
Pistol, RevolverInvented by Colt in 1836 (U. S. A.)
Plutonium FissionInvented by Kennedy, Whal, Seaborg, Segre in 1940 (U.S.A.)
Pop-up toasterInvented by Charles Strite in 1927 (U.S.A.)
Positron Emission TomographyInvented by Louis Sokoloff in 1978 (U.S.A.)
Printing (Rotary)Invented by Richard Hoe in 1846 (U.S.A.)
Printing (Web)Invented by William Bullock in 1865 (U.S.A.)
Printing PressInvented by Johann Gutenberg in 1455 (Germany)
ProtonInvented by Rutherford in 1919 (N.Zealand)
Quantum TheoryInvented by Plank in 1900 (Germany)
Rabies VaccineInvented by Louis Pasteur in 1860 (France)
RadarInvented by A. H. Taylor & Leo C. Young in 1922 (U.S.A.)
Radio TelegraphyInvented by Dr. Mohlon Loomis in 1864 (U.S.A.)
Radio Telegraphy (Trans Atlantic)Invented by G. Marconi in 1901 (Italy)
RadiocarbonInvented by Libby in 1947 (U.S.A.)
RayonInvented by Sir Joseph Swan in 1883 (Britain)
Razor (Electric)Invented by Col. Jacob Schick in 1931 (U.S.A.)
Razor (Safety)Invented by King C. Gillette in 1895 (U.S.A.)
Recombinant-DNA TechnologyInvented by Paul Berg. H.W.Boyer, S. Cohen in 1972-73 (U.S.A.)
RefrigeratorInvented by James Harrison, Alexander catlin in 1850 (U.S.A.)
Relativity TheoryInvented by Einstein in 1905 (Germany)
ReserpineInvented by Jal Vakil in 1949 (India)
Rh-factorInvented by Karl Landsteiner in 1940 (U.S.A.)
Rubber (Latex Foam)Invented by Dunlop Rubber Co. in 1928 (Britain)
Rubber (Tyres)Invented by Thomas Hancock in 1846 (Britain)
Rubber (Vulcanised)Invented by Charles Goodyear in 1841 (U.S.A.)
Rubber (Water Proof)Invented by Charles Macintosh in 1823 (Britain)
Safety PinInvented by Walter Hunt in 1849 (U.S.A.)
Safety RazorInvented by King Camp Gillette in 1903 (U.S.A.)
Seat BeltInvented by Volvo in 1959 (Sweden)
Self-StarterInvented by Charles F. Kattering in 1911 (U.S.A.)
Sex HormonesInvented by Eugen Steinach in 1910 (Austria)
Ship (Steam)Invented by I. C. Perier in 1775 (France)
Ship (Turbine)Invented by Hon. Sir C. Parsons in 1894 (Britain)
Silk ManufactureInvented by  in 50 B.C. (China)
SkyscraperInvented by W. Le Baron Jenny in 1882 (U.S.A.)
Slide RuleInvented by William Oughtred in 1621 (Britain)
Small Pox EradicatedInvented by W.H.O. Declaration in 1980 (UN)
Spinning FrameInvented by Sir Richard Arkwright in 1769 (Britain)
Spinning JennyInvented by James Hargreaves in 1764 (Britain)
Spinning MuleInvented by Samuel Cromption in 1779 (Britain)
Steam EngineInvented by Thomas Savery in 1698 (Britain)
Steam Engine (Condenser)Invented by James Watt in 1765 (Britain)
Steam Engine (Piston)Invented by Thomas Newcomen in 1712 (Britain)
Steel (Stainless)Invented by Harry Brearley in 1913 (Britain)
StethoscopeInvented by Laennec in 1819 (French)
StethoscopeInvented by Rene Laennec in 1819 (France)
StreptomycinInvented by Selman Waksman in 1944 (U.S.A.)
SubmarineInvented by David Bushnell in 1776 (U.S.A.)
Super ComputerInvented by J.H. Van Tassel in 1976 (U.S.A.)
SynthesiserInvented by Moog in 1964 (U.S.A.)
Synthetic AntigensInvented by Landsteiner in 1917 (U.S.A.)
TankInvented by Sir Emest D. Swington in 1914 (Britain)
Tape RecorderInvented by Fessenden Poulsen in 1899 (Denmark)
TelegraphInvented by M. Lammond in 1787 (France)
Telegraphe CodeInvented by Samuel F.B. Morse in 1837 (U.S.A.)
Telephone (Imperfect)Invented by Antonio Meucci in 1849 (Italy)
Telephone (Perfected)Invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 (U.S.A.)
Telephone, CellularInvented by Bell Labs in 1947 (U.S.A.)
TelescopeInvented by Hans Lippershey in 1608 (Netherlands)
Television (Electronic)Invented by P.T. Farnsworth in 1927 (U.S.A.)
Television (Mechanical)Invented by John Logie Baird in 1926 (Britain)
Television, ColourInvented by John Logie Baird in 1928 (Britain)
TerramycinInvented by Finaly & Others in 1950 (U.S.A.)
ThyroxinInvented by Edward Calvin-Kendall in 1919 (U.S.A.)
TransformerInvented by Michael Faraday in 1831 (Britain)
TransistorInvented by Bardeen, Shockley & Britain in 1948 (U.S.A.)
Transistor RadioInvented by Sony in 1955 (Japan)
Tyhus VaccineInvented by J. Nicolle in 1909 (France)
Uranium Fission, Atomic reactorInvented by Szilard Femi in 1942 (U.S.A.)
VaccinationInvented by Edward Jenner in 1796 (Britain)
Vaccine, MeaslesInvented by Enders in 1963 (U.S.A.)
Vaccine, MeningitisInvented by Gardon, et al. Connaught Lab in 1987 (U.S.A.)
Vaccine, PolioInvented by Jonas Salk in 1954 (U.S.A.)
Vaccine, Polio-oralInvented by Albert Sabin in 1960 (U.S.A.)
Vaccine, RabiesInvented by Louis Pasteur in 1885 (France)
Vaccine, SmallpoxInvented by Jenner in 1776 (Britain)
Vacuum Cleaner (Elec)Invented by Spangler in 1907 (U.S.A.)
Velcro (hook-and-Ioop-fastener)Invented by Georges de Mestral in 1948 (Switzerland)
Video TapeInvented by Charles Ginsberg in 1956 (U.S.A.)
VirologyInvented by Ivanovski & Bajernick in 1892 (USSR, Netherlands)
Vitamin AInvented by Mc Collum and M. Davis in 1913 (U.S.A.)
Vitamin B1Invented by Minot & Murphy in 1936 (U.S.A.)
Vitamin CInvented by Forelich Hoist in 1919 (Norway)
Vitamin DInvented by Mc Collum in 1925 (U.S.A.)
Vitamin KInvented by Doisy Dam in 1938 (U.S.A.)
Washing Machine (Elec.)Invented by Hurley Machine Co. in 1907 (U.S.A.)
WatchInvented by Bartholomew Manfredi in 1462 (Italy)
Welder (Electric)Invented by Elisha Thomson in 1877 (U.S.A.)
Western Cientific TherapyInvented by Hippocrates in 460-370BC (Greece)
WindmillInvented by Persian corn grinding in 600 ()
Wireless (Telegraphy)Invented by G. Marconi in 1896 (Italy)
X-rayInvented by W.K. Roentgen in 1895 (Germany)
YogaInvented by Patanjali in 200-100 BC (India)
Zip FastenerInvented by W.L. Judson in 1891 (U.S.A)
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