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Sir Timothy John "Tim" Berners-Lee also known as "TimBL", is a British computer scientist, MIT professor and the inventor of the World Wide Web. On 25 December 1990, with the help of Robert Cailliau and a young student at CERN, he implemented the first successful communication between a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) client and server via the Internet.Check Answer
Caresse Crosby invented the first modern bra at the age of just 19. She was the first recipient of a patent on bra. Born on April 20, 1891, she was an american person of the arts, poet, publisher, and peace activist.Check Answer
The first known description of an anemometer was given by Leon Battista Alberti around 1450.Check Answer
Bakelite or polyoxybenzylmethylenglycolanhydride, is an early industrial thermoset plastic that does not change its shape after being mixed and heated. It is formed from an elimination reaction of phenol with formaldehyde, usually with a wood flour filler.
It was developed in 1907 and patented in same year by the Belgian-born American chemist Leo Hendrik Baekeland.
The first practical can opener was invented 50 years after the birth of the metal can. Ezra J. Warner of Waterbury patented his design of a can opener in 1858. Earliar the metal
can was invented by Peter Durand. Ezra J. Warner was an American inventor and his design was widely accepted by the U.S. military during the period of the American Civil War.
The credit of Inventing Chocolate chip cookies goes to Ruth Graves Wakefield of East Walpole, MA,USA. She was born on Jun. 17, 1903 and gave this great taste to the World.Check Answer
Born on 9 July 1802 at Williamstown, Vermont, Thomas Davenport was an American Vermont blacksmith who constructed the first American DC electric motor in 1834 and built an electric car in 1835. Based on the concept of battery-powered electric motor, he operated a small model car on a short section of track which provided the way for the later electrification of streetcars.Check Answer
Born on July 2, 1854 at Richville, Kentucky,USA, Henry W. Seely patented the electric pressing iron In June 6,1882. It was known as the Electric Flatironat that time. After inventing their first iron she worked with his partner, Dyer, to patent a different "electric flat iron" in 1883. They invented a sort of "cordless" iron, on a stand heated by electricity. The iron took a long time to get heated also also was very heavy too. Henry W. Seely died on November 9 1908 at Shermer, Rhode Island.Check Answer
The Credit of inventing microwave oven goes to an American engineer and inventor Percy LeBaron Spencer. In 1945, Spencer created a device to cook food using microwave radiation. In 1947 a commercial oven was being sold by Raytheon. The first microwave oven was called the Radarange. The first microwave oven weighed a hefty 750 pounds and stood five feet, six inches. It was large, expensive, and had a power of 1600 watts. The first domestic microwave oven was produced in 1967 by Amana (a division of Raytheon) marking the beginning of the use of microwave ovens in home kitchens.Check Answer
Garrett Augustus Morgan of Paris, Kentucky, has the credit of inventing respiratory protective hood which is similar to gas masks. There is a story behind his invention. On July 25, 1916, 32 men were trapped during an explosion in an underground tunnel 250 feet beneath Lake Erie. Garrett Morgan used his gas mask to rescue them. After the rescue, Morgan's company received requests from fire departments around the country who wished to purchase the new masks.Check Answer