Famous Inventions theories and discoveries in the world

Famous Inventions theories and discoveries in the world

 1 Galileo was the first in the world who discover the rotation of the earth

2. Kohler and Milstein discovered monoclonal antibodies.

3. Mathew Barry invented photography

4. Albert Sabin was first medicine expert who invented the Polio vaccine (oral)

5. Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleyev was a Russian, and he was the first man who published his first version of the periodic table in 1869.

6. James Clark was the first one world who invent the x-ray machine

7. Arthur Campton was the first one who discovered x-rays and Cosmic rays.

8. Chadwick discovered Neutron

9. Galileo invented the telescope

10. Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin

11. Noble gases discovered by Cavendish

12. Gun powder was first invented in China for the first time in the world 

13. for the first time in the world, the Velocity of light was measured by Michelson

14. Archimedes was the first man who gave laws about Floatation of Bodies 

15. Balloon fly up in the air can be explained by according to Archimedes’s principle

16. Dr Christian Bernard was the first surgeon to perform a heart transplant in 1967 in cape town(SA)

17. Dr Barney B. Clark is the first man who received an artificial heart

18. Barometer was invented by Pascal

19. Robert Hook discovered Cell in 1665

20. Atomic theory is given by Dalton

21. Mosley gives the atomic number

22. Bacteria by Leeunhock

23. Blood circulation by William Harvey

24. Calculus by Newton

25. Co2 by Fischer

26. Chlorine by K. Scheele

27. Oxygen by Priestley

28. Hydrogen by Cavendish

29. Dynamite by Alfred B. Nobel

30. DNA by Watson Crick

31. Electric resistance by Ohm

32. Electrolysis by Faraday

33. Electron by J.J. Thomson in 1897

34. Neutron by Chadwick

35. Proton by Rutherford

36. Ozone by Echonbein

37. Radioactivity by Becquerel

38. Insulin by Banting & Best

39. Human heart transplant by Bernard

40. Vaccine (smallpox) by Edward Jenner

41. Atom Bomb by Otto Hahn

42. Airplane (jet engine) by Ohlin

43. Balloon by Mont Golfer

44. Barometer by Torricelli

45. Bicycle (modern) by Starley

46. Bifocal lens by Benjamin Franklin

47. Burner (gas) by Bunsen

48. Calculating machine (digital) by Charles Babbage

49. Camera (photographic) by Josef N. Niepce

50. Computer (electronic) by J.P.Eckert and J.W.Mauckly

51. Eastman Kodak invented the digital camera

52. Gas engine by Daimler

53. Electric fan by wheeler

54. Electric motor by Michael Faraday

55. Gun powder by Roger Bacon

56. Gas engine (four-cycle) was invented by Otto and Daimler

57. Jet engine by Frank Whittle

58. Lamp (incadecent) by Thomas Edision

59. Montgolfier invented the balloon.

60. Talbot invented photographic paper.

61. Dickenson invented the paper machine.

62. Lamp (mercury) by Hewit

63. Machine gun by Gatling

64. Microphone by Graham Bell

65. Motor cycle by Daimler

66. Pen (fountain) by Waterman

67. Pen (ball-point) John Loud Biro

68. Piano by Christopher

69. Printing press by Guten Berg

70. Radar by Watson Watt

71. Refrigerator by Ferdinand Carre

72. Rocket Engine by Goddard

73. Safety pin by Walter Hunt

74. Stainless steel by Herry Brearley

75. Stream boat by Albans

76. Telephone by Graham Bell

77. Radio by Marconi

78. Telescope (reflecting) by Galileo

79. Telescope (refracting) by Newton

80. Television (mechanical) by J.L. Baird

81. Television (electric) by Farnsworth

82. Thermometer by Galileo

83. Termomter (mercury) by Farhenheit

84. Typewriter by Henry Mill

85. Celcius devised Centrigrade scale

86. Louis Pasture discovered bacteria.

87. Goldstein discovered proton

88. Christopher Cockerel invented what: Hovercraft

89. James Dewer, in 1872, invented the Vacuum or thermos flask

90. Electron was discovered in 1897.

91. Oxygen was discovered in 1774.

92. Tomas A Edison was American.

93. Arthur Compton was the first in the world who discover X-rays and Cosmic rays  

94. William Harvey discovered his blood pressure first time  

95. Banting discovered insulin.

96. ECG invented by Einthogen.

97. on the 2nd Monday in October, Columbus Day is observed 

98. Oxygen was the first in the world who discovered by Priestly in 1774

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