List of All Inventions and Inventors – GK Questions on Famous Inventors and their Inventions

Inventions and Inventors is the most important topic in the General Knowledge section of any exam. In every competitive exam, there will be approximately 2 to 3 questions on Inventions and Inventors. As each and every single mark plays a vital role in the Govt Exams, one has to prepare all the GK Questions based on the Inventions and Inventors. To make the aspirant’s preparation more easy and efficient, we have provided a list of all famous Inventions and Inventors in a tabulated form on this page. Therefore, we advise the candidates to go through this article thoroughly and gain full knowledge of the Inventors and their Inventions.


List of Inventions and Inventors

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Inventions Inventors
Television J.L. Baird
Radio Marconi
Telephone Alexander Graham Bell
Electricity Benjamin Franklin
Electric Light Bulb Thomas Edison
Thermometer Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit
Radium Marie Curie
Telescope Galileo
Telegraph Pavel Schilling
Electromagnetic Theory Heinrich Hertz
Theory of Relativity Albert Einstein
X-rays Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen
Cosmic Rays R.A. Millikan
Automobile Ferdinand Verbiest
Penicillin Sir Alexander Fleming
Insulin Frederick Banting
Magnetic Tape Fritz Pfluemer
Raman Effect Sir C.V. Raman
Bohr Electron Theory
Boyle Boyle’s Law
Dalton Atomic Theory
Periodic Table Dmitri Mendeleev
Transformer and Electric Motor Michael Faraday
Geometry Euclid
Structure of Atom Ernest Rutherford
Law of Gases Gay Lussac
Electromagnetic Field James Clerk Maxwell
The motion of Planets Johannes Kepler
The principle of relativity Galileo Galilei
Newtons Law of Motion Galileo Galilei and Isaac Newton
Electron J.J. Thomson
Photon Albert Einstein
Theory of Atom John Dalton
Blood Groups Karl Landsteiner
Quantum Mechanics Max Born
Quantum Theory Max Plank, Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein
Law of Conservation of Mass Antoine Lavoisier
Age of the Earth C.C. Patterson
Heliocentrism Aristarchus of Samos
Heliocentric Model Nicolaus Copernicus
Periodic law Mendeleev
Venn Diagram John Venn
Vernier Scale Pierre Vernier
Atomic Number Mosley
Law of Motion & Gravitation Newton
Laws of Electrical Resistance Ohm
Nuclear Reactor Enrico Fermi
Fuel Cell William Robert Glove
Celluloid Alexander Parkes
Hydrogen Bomb Edward Teller
Computer Architecture John Von Neumann
Airplane Wright Brothers (Orville and Wilbur)
Steam Engine James Watt
Logarithms John Napier
Theory of Evolution Charles Darwin
Transformer Otto Blathy
Cinematography Edison
Stethoscope Rane Laennec
Thermo Flask Dewar
Battery Alessandro Volta
Barometer Evangelista Torricelli
Camera Steven Sasson
Analytical Engine Thomas Edison
Diesel Engine Rudolf Diesel
Helicopter Broquet
Dynamite Alfred Nobel
First Computer John Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert
Lift Otis
Guitar Adolph Rickenbacker
Light Emission Diode Nick Holonyak and Oleg Losev
Laser Printer Gary Starkweather
Mobile Phone Martin Cooper
MicroScope Zacharias Janssen
Microwave Oven Percy Spencer
Printing Press Johannes Gutenberg
Video Games Ralph H. Baer
Google Larry Page
Mozilla Dave Hyatt and Blake Ross
Facebook Mark Zuckerberg
Twitter Evan Williams, Jack Dorsey, and Biz Stone
Microsoft Bill Gates and Paul Allen
Internet Vint Cerf
Email Shiva Ayyadurai
Apple Computers Steve Jobs
World Wide Web (WWW) Sir Tim Berners- Lee
IP Address Robert E. Kahn
Micro Processor Federico Faggin

Therefore, the complete list of all famous Inventions and their Inventors have been provided in the above table. Hence, the aspirants can check Inventions and Inventors and can take a quiz on it. To test your knowledge over the other topics of General Knowledge, visit our GK Page.

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Updated: March 5, 2018 — 10:28 am

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