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He himself wrote the basic rules for it. He hooked a peach basket on a 10 feet elevated track.Check Answer
Earle Dickson is credited for inventing the Band-Aid adhesive bandages. He invented it in the year 1920.Check Answer
Born on June22, 1899 at St. Paul, Minnesota, he invented the first masking tape in 1923.Check Answer
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.
Percy Shaw patented the reflective road stud or "cat's eye" in 1934. The cat's eye is a retroreflective safety device used in road marking and was the first of a range of raised pavement markers. These inexpensive glass and rubber reflectors are set on the roadway at regular intervals, and help motorists see where the road is at night. Each of the cat's eyes reflects oncoming light, acting like lights set into the roadCheck Answer
Jacques Cousteau and Emile Gagnan both has the credit of Inventing Aqua-Lung. Aqua-Lung was the original name of regulator or demand valve. It is open-circuit free-swimming underwater breathing set that helps swimmers to breathe in water. It was invented in Paris during the 1942-1943 winter by these two Frenchmen.Check Answer
Bartolomeo Cristofori di Francesco regarded as the inventor of the piano. He later made several technical alterations to improve the instrument's acoustics that have remained essential components of its construction.Cristofori was born in Padua in the Republic of Venice, Italy on May 4, 1655.
Oswald Hope Robertson, a medical researcher and U.S. Army officer who established the depots, is often regarded as the creator of the first blood bank, but the idea of how to preserve the blood for long time was given by Charles Richard Drew. Charles Richard Drew was an American physician, surgeon and medical researcher.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
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