They have significantly changed our world.
For centuries, it was believed that women’s lot – a house, children and kitchen. But in history there have been women who managed to break beyond this stereotype and, through their skills and amazing capacity for work, to give the world discoveries and inventions that turned scientific world. Look at these wonderful ladies.
1. Whitney Of Edelin Dutton Train
The inventor of children’s blocks with letters, convenient for learning the alphabet, patented product in 1882.
2. Virginia Apgar
It health on a scale of Apgar is still estimated as newborn babies.
3. Ruth Wakefield
Ruth came up with the recipe quite hardy and one of the most delicious chocolate chip cookies.
4. Tabitha Babbitt
Tabitha came up with the prototype of the circular saw. Later, it successfully began to use in the sawmill industry.
5. Josephine Cochrane
American inventor, who developed and built in 1886, the first mechanized dishwasher.
6. Marion Donovan
Marion was the first woman who invented disposable diapers.
7. IDA Forbes
It was invented in 1917 electric hot water heater.
8. Mary Walton
In 1879, Walton developed a method of dinoponera.
9. El Dorado Jones – “Iron woman”
The greatest glory Jones brought the invention of the silencer for aircraft engines, which became the prototype of a similar device that is included in our days in the design of any car.
10. Anna Connelly
It was she who invented the fire escape.
11. Sarah Boone
On April 26 1892 Sarah Boone received a patent for the invention of the improved Ironing Board and provided new tapered shape, thus facilitating the Ironing of shirts and blouses.
12. Stephanie Of Kwolek
Stephanie invented the fabric Kevlar, which is five times stronger than steel and has excellent fire resistant properties.
13. Bette Graham
American businesswoman, a former typist, the inventor of correction fluid Liquid Paper.
14. Margaret Knight
Margaret invented a machine to create a flat bottom package in 1868.
15. Florence Mat
In 1914, Florence was granted a patent on the refrigerator at home.
16. Mary Anderson
In 1903, the first windshield wipers for a car invented Mary Anderson.
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