Saturday, 14 March 2015

famous inventions-14

Nail Polish

The history of nail polish.

Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is the science and engineering of the very small.

Native American Related

Native American inventions and achievements in science - native technology both ancient, modern and revived.

Nautical Related

The history of buoys and tenders, fog horns, fishing industry innovations, sailing ships and more.

Neckties

The history of neckties - the honor of father of modern necktie construction goes to the American tie manufacturer Jesse Langsdorf, who in 1920 patented the all-weather, wrinkle-free tie.

Neon

Los Vegas should build a shrine to these early inventors.

Neutronic Reactor

Enrico Fermi invented the neutronic reactor.

Nintendo

Interesting history even if you have never touched a joystick.

Nipkow Disk

In 1884, Paul Nipkow invented a rotating-disk technology to transmit pictures over wire called the Nipkow Disk. This was the very first electromechanical television scanning system. Nipkow's system was abandoned early in the history of the television for the electronic systems developed by later inventors.

Nuclear Fission & Fusion

There are two types of atomic explosions that can be facilitated by Uranium-235: fission and fusion.

Nylon/Neoprene Materials

A brilliant and tragic mind, Carothers was the brains behind Dupont and the birth of synthetic fibers.

Nylon Stockings

DuPont demonstrated nylon and nylon stockings to the American public at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

Nystatin

Rachel Brown and Elizabeth Hazen co-invented the world's first useful antifungal antibiotic called Nystatin.