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INVENTION | YEAR | INVENTOR | COUNTRY |
aerosol can111111 | 1926 | Erik Rotheim | Norway |
air conditioning | 1902 | Willis Haviland Carrier | US |
airbag, automotive | 1952 | John Hetrick | US |
airplane, engine-powered | 1903 | Wilbur & Orville Wright | US |
Airship11111111 | 1852 | Henri Giffard | France |
Alphabet | c. 1700–1500 BC | Semitic-speaking peoples | eastern coastof Mediterranean Sea |
American Sign Language | 1817 | Thomas H. Gallaudet | US |
animation, motion-picture | 1906 | J. Stuart Blackton | US |
answering machine, telephone | 1898 | Valdemar Poulsen | Denmark |
Aspartame | 1965 | James Schlatter | US |
Aspirin | 1897 | Felix Hoffmann (Bayer) | Germany |
assembly line | 1913 | Henry Ford | US |
Astrolabe | c. 2nd century | — | — |AstroTurf | 1965 | James M. Faria, Robert T. Wright | US |
Audiotape | 1928 | Fritz Pfleumer | Germany |
automated teller machine (ATM) | 1968 | Don Wetzel | US |
Automobile | 1889 | Gottlieb Daimler | Germany |
baby food, prepared | 1927 | Dorothy Gerber | US |
bag, flat-bottomed paper | 1870 | Margaret Knight | US |
Bakelite | 1907 | Leo Hendrik Baekeland | US |
ballbearing111111111 | 1794 | Philip Vaughan | England |
balloon, hot-air | 1783 | Joseph & Étienne Montgolfier | France |
bandage, adhesive | 1921 | Earle Dickson | US |
bar code | 1952 | Joseph Woodland | US |
barbed wire | 1874 | Joseph Glidden | US |
Barometer | 1643 | Evangelista Torricelli | Italy |
battery, electric storage | 1800 | Alessandro Volta | Italy |
Beer | before 6000 BC |Sumerians, Babylonians | Mesopotamia |
Bicycle | 1818 | Baron Karl de Drais de Sauerbrun | Germany |
| 1784 | Benjamin Franklin | US |
Bikini | 1946 | Louis Réard | France |
blood bank | late 1930s | Charles Richard Drew | US |
blow-dryer | 1920 | Racine Universal Motor Co., Hamilton Beach Manufacturing Co. | US |
bomb, atomic | 1945 | J. Robert Oppenheimer, et al. | US |
bomb,thermonuclear (hydrogen) | 1952 | Edward Teller, et al. | US |
Boomerang | c. 15,000 years ago | Aboriginal peoples | Australia |
Braille system | 1824 | Louis Braille | France |
brassiere (bra) | 1913 | Mary Phelps Jacob | US |
bread, sliced (bread-slicing machine) | 1928 | Otto Frederick Rohwedder | US |
Button | c. 700 BC | Greeks, Etruscans | Greece, Italy |
Buttonhole | 13th century | —| Europe |
calculator, electronic hand-held | 1967 | Jack S. Kilby | US |
Calculus | 1680s | Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (invented separately) | England and Germany (respectively) |
calendar, modern (Gregorian) | 1582 | Pope Gregory XIII | Italy |
camcorder | 1982 | Sony Corp. | Japan |
camera, motion picture | 1891 | Thomas Alva Edison, William K.L. Dickson | US |camera, portable photographic | 1888 | George Eastman | US |
can, metal beverage | 1933 | American Can Co. | US |
can opener | 1858 | Ezra J. Warner | US |
candle | c. 3000 BC | — | Egypt, Crete |
canning, food | 1809 | Nicolas Appert | France |
carbon-14 dating | 1946 | Willard F. Libby | US |
cardboard, corrugated | 1871 | Albert Jones | US |
cards, playing | c. 10th century | —| China |
cash register | 1879 | James Ritty | US |
cat litter | 1947 | Edward Lowe | US |
catalog, mail-order | 1872 | Aaron Montgomery Ward | US |
cellophane | 1911 | Jacques E. Brandenberger | Switzerland |
celluloid | 1869 | John Wesley Hyatt | US |
cement, portland | 1824 | Joseph Aspdin | England |
cereal flakes, breakfast | 1894 | John Harvey Kellogg | US |
chewing gum(modern) | c. 1870 | Thomas Adams | US |
chocolate | c. 3rd–10th century | Maya, Aztecs | Central America, Mexico |
chronometer | 1762 | John Harrison | England |
clock, pendulum | 1656 | Christiaan Huygens | The Netherlands |
clock, quartz | 1927 | Warren A. Marrison | Canada/US |
cloning, animal | 1970 | John B. Gurdon | UK |
coffee, drip | 1908 | Melitta Bentz | Germany |
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