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Jul 14, 2019 · Instant Coffee. Coffee itself has become a staple of our work-obsessed culture. Yet instant coffee was a huge game-changer. Invented by G. Washington, his instant coffee recipe was created in 1909 ...
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3 days ago · Scientific and technological advancements invented and perfected during the early 1900s had significant effects throughout the twentieth century. Intense thought, research, and experimentation in the fields of mechanics, communications, physics, genetics, and psychology dominated the decade. Scientists in America and around the world worked to ...
Jul 21, 2009 · Pittsburgh wins the best of nine games, 5-3. October 10: British suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst (1828–1928) founds the Women's Social and Political Union, a militant organization that will campaign for women's suffrage until 1917. December 1: The first silent movie, " The Great Train Robbery ," is released.
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Jul 26, 2019 · 1800 — Count Alessandro Volta invents the battery. 1804 —Friedrich Winzer (Frederick Albert Winsor) patented coal-gas. 1804 —English mining engineer Richard Trevithick develops a steam-powered locomotive but is unable to produce a viable prototype. 1809 — Humphry Davy invents the arc lamp, the first electric light.
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- Neon Signs. Discovered in 1898, neon gas was named after the word neos (“new”). Georges Claude was the French engineer, chemist, and inventor who first applied an electrical discharge to a tube of neon gas to create a lamp.
- Gumball Machines. Vending machines were introduced to the US in 1888 by the Thomas Adams Gum Company. Thomas Adams is famous for inventing chewing gum, and these machines held the original flavors of Tutti Frutti, Spearmint, Blackjack, and Clove.
- Windshield Wipers. Although the first steam-powered automobile was built in 1769 by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot, windshield wipers weren’t invented until 1905 by Mary Anderson in New York.
- Vacuum Cleaners. British engineer Hubert Cecil Booth is responsible for creating one of the first powered vacuum cleaners. Before then, machines blew out air to try to push the debris away instead of removing it completely.