Invention Essay Topics

Research In Motion

Research In Motion (RIM) is most famously knows for its smart phone device Blackberry. Blackberry, when first introduced in 1999, took the corporate market by storm because of its capability of storing and managing e-mails along with other professional tools. Later the introduction of Black Berry Messenger (BBM) was another successful addition and made it… View Article

Inventions During the 1920s

The 1920’s were time of great prosperity and new trends that swept the nation. One of the best trends were all of the new inventions being created. Inventions including the Band-Aid, the Iron Lung, and even Bubblegum! These are three of the many inventions created during the 1920’s, and many are still to come. Earle… View Article

Classification of NPE

There are different types of NPE. Individual inventors in universities and research institute are technically NPEs. These groups of inventors may not pursue the manufacturing and sales of their inventions because of a myriad of reason. Instead, they may license their inventions to others for commercialization or they may choose to sell the patents outright…. View Article

Necessity Is the Mother of Invention

The meaning of the proverb is self-evident. We invent what we need; unless we feel the pressure of needs, we are not likely to invent anything. The fable of the thirsty crow which collected pebbles and threw them into the jar to raise the level of water to the bird’s reach of lips is well-known…. View Article

Important Inventions in the Past

“Necessity is the mother of invention.” This quote is commonly used to explain how another miraculous invention was discovered. Throughout history, many inventions have been created. The Industrial Revolution started in the late 1700s, and since then humankind has been developing at an exponential rate. Truly amazing and useful devices, such as the steam engine… View Article

The Psy Skinner Box

Skinner Box Skinner box is a chamber that contains a bar that an animal can compress in order to obtain food or water as a type of reinforcement. In addition it contained a device that recorded each response provided by the animal. The propose of the box was by using the device researchers could carefully… View Article

Necessity Is the Mother of Invention

As soon as people need something, they invent it. For example, when ancient people felt hunger – they went on hunting and for that they invented the bow and arrows. When they needed to carry heavy cargos to large distances – the wheel was discovered. In fact, every day the humanity faces new challenges that… View Article

Is Science a Friend or an Enemy?

Scientists, Change, Inventions, Einstein, Newton, Climate, Elements. . . . . . . . . Sounds SCIENCE right? Actually, all things here that we feel, see, hear, taste, and smell are related to it. It also maybe the cause of some or maybe the real cause of environmental, health, economical, industrial, and agricultural problems. So,… View Article

The Greatest Invention

What invention soars like a bird but is much bigger? An airplane! I bet most of you got that. But this here isn’t a regular invention. It’s the greatest invention. It’s just so amazing. I mean we get a chance to fly. And I bet there’s tons of other ways the airplane is awesome. I’ll… View Article

Science and Technology

I am ever grateful to the MAGNIFICENT CREATOR who bestowed knowledge to all. I wish to acknowledge my debt and express my gratitude to; The various Authors and publishers whom have drawn data and examples and whom I have duly acknowledged. I would like to thank also the following, who in one way or another inspired… View Article

The Most Damnable Invention

Dynamite is a high explosive that derives its power from a chemical called nitroglycerin and which used diatomaceous earth as its absorbent. Dynamite was invented by Swedish chemist and engineer Alfred Nobel in 1866 and was then patented in 1867. Dynamite has a wide range of uses; from building demolitions to warfare and death. It… View Article

Invention of Dynamite

Alfred Nobel was the first person who realized and understood the explosive nature of nitroglycerin after is was discovered by Ascanio Sobrero in 1847. Based on this explosive potential of nitroglycerin, Nobel invented the Dynamite. In 1856, however, the financial situation changed completely as, with the end of the Crimean War, the military cancelled their… View Article

Compare and contrast Egypt and Mesopotamia

Egypt and Mesopotamia were the first river valley civilizations in 3500 B.C.E. They were both similar intellectually, because they both developed written language, and a similar alphabet. They were also similar religiously, because they both were polytheistic and believed their gods ruled them. Mesopotamia and Egypt were different with their achievements, because over time they… View Article

E-Business and Intellectual Property

Patents need to be protected in order for a company to have an advantage in a very competitive market. The Internet revolution has seen a massive increase in the long distance purchases made by consumers, as geographical barriers is no longer as important as they were. Protection is needed for those businesses who conduct business… View Article

Advanced Technology

For approximately the last one hundred years, people lived without any advanced conveniences. I cannot imagine how miserable and unhappy people’s lives were. Since the first computer was invented fifty years ago, our quality of life and happiness have increased. In fact, the appearance of Internet helps us find information much easier. Furthermore, the people… View Article

Email vs “Snail Mail”

Before telephones the only way to communicate with each other was to write letters. It took days before the letter got to the recipient and it took days for the writer to get the reply. Then telephones were invented and conversations became instant. Most people loved the telephone and its usefulness but some enjoyed and… View Article

Agricultural Tools

Farmers in Medieval times did not have tractors or farm machines as we do today. All that a farmer needed was a horse or ox, a wife and a plough. The mould-board plough was invented after the fall of the Roman empire by Slavic tribes. This complicated device was made out of metal and wood…. View Article

Telegraph and the telephone

Introduction The 19th century developments of firstly the telegraph, and later the telephone, opened a gateway to a new, closer, more interdependent world. For a country as large as the United States, with a population now scattered from east to west, the implications were tremendous. The infamous tyranny of time and distance had been conquered…. View Article

The Impact Of Technology On America in The Late 1800’s

After the Civil War, there was a surge of new technology in the United States. Inventors like Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell made new and exciting things that changed the way life was. Thanks to things like the Bessemer process, industry soared and big businesses were formed. Labor unions too were affected by this… View Article

Thomas Edison and the Invention of the Light Bulb

There have been many awesome inventors with inventions still being used in our everyday lives. To choose the greatest invention or discovery of all time would be next to impossible. With all the technology today, all inventions seem as if we could not live without them. Thomas Edison’s light bulb has been one of the… View Article

Compare and contrast Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Edison

Long ago there was time where, the room was lit by candle light. In everything one could do one needed a candle next to them to make it possible for it to be done. It was not until the birth of Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Edison that this was changed forever. These two great men’s… View Article

The Roaring 20s

Some call the 1920s the roaring 20s. I personally think so because the war had just ended and many soldiers are coming back. People started businesses and were doing quite well therefore the people have money to spend. The 1920s was also a time for new inventions and technology, such as the invention of the… View Article

Communication and technology

Language is one of the most important elements of culture. It gives us the ability to communicate. Communication allows us to exchange ideas, feelings, and facts. Communication means sharing information. Since the very beginning language has been one of man’s greatest inventions. Manhood has been able to pass its knowledge from generation to generation in… View Article

My Feeling as a Filipino

I am very proud to be a Filipino! From the centuries that passed, a lot of nations have admired the Filipino people, for being industrious, brave, talented, resourceful, these are only a few of the traits that a lot of other people and nations admired the Filipinos for. But although we have been complimented in… View Article

Spice Chart Tang vs. Song

Characteristics shared by both dynasties Social Tang dynasty offered women a new opportunity for personal expression shown by the leadership of Empress Wu Neo-Confucianists movements in the late Song led to the deteriorating rank of women in society Neo-Confucianism also discouraged women from education and other career outlets Male-dominated society Men enjoyed more rights in… View Article

Exploration or Reformation

As André Gide once said, “Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” During the 15th century the printing press was invented by Johannes Gutenberg. It had a massive effect on the world at the time. One of the most important effects was exploration. The printing press… View Article

Progress and development in communication system

The objective of the study are: To know if people are aware of the progress and development in communication system. To know how can people absorb the rapid change of technologies that affects our communication with other people and making more easy. To let people know how communication affects the fast growing of technologies. Significance… View Article

Invention of telephone

When Alexander Graham Bell first invented the telephone his intent was to create a device that would make communication over great distances easier. Today, when we want to talk to another person, what do we do? We pick up the telephone, scroll through our contacts, and press send. Because of the technology that was first… View Article

3M’s innovation process

1. How has 3M’s innovation process evolved since the company was founded? Why, if at all, does 3M known as a “hothouse” of innovation, need to regain its historic closeness to the customer? First, they discover their first product by accident. Technician bypass purchasing agents in order to better understand product needs. Walked into factories… View Article

Reaction Paper

It was not my first time to go in an exhibit but it is my first time to see an exhibit that has full of inventions, products and some species. When our teacher told us about the upcoming trip to CSU Carig she told us to see and observe all the inventions over there, I… View Article