dna

Who discovered DNA?

DNA and Genealogy, How Did DNA Research Develop to Encompass Genealogical Work? DNA studies have developed rapidly to help scientist understand biological systems and disease. Genomics...

rubber

Who invented Rubber?

The Secret of Rubber – Vulcanization We hardly ever think about it, but rubber makes our world a better place. That’s what it was intended to...

chronometer

Who invented the Chronometer?

The Search for the Longitude, a Vital Reckoning for Navigation Gemma Frisius and Christian Huyghens both tried to invent a chronometer, but it was John...

lingerie

Who invented Lingerie?

The History of Women’s Lingerie – The Evolution of Intimate Apparel and the Feminine Ideal Lingerie has evolved from practical or restrictive undergarments into symbols which...

Corn-Syrup

Who invented Corn Syrup?

Sugar and other sweeteners used in food can be derived from a variety of plants, including the sugar beet, sugar cane, maple tree, stevia plant, and some species...

electricity

Who invented Electricity?

There are more than one answer for this question. Electricity is a form of energy that occurs when the friction between two materials, an influence...

scrabble

Who invented Scrabble?

The History of Scrabble The Anagram and Crossword Board Game That Almost Wasn’t. Scrabble is an American institution, and whether you are a Scrabble phenom or...

slavery

Who invented Slavery?

The Invention of Slavery The first English settlers in Colonial Virginia did nor arrive with a well-developed concept of race based slavery. Slavery had to...

Polymerase-chain-reaction

Who invented PCR

Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) The polymerase chain reaction, or PCR, is a method used in molecular biology and genetics laboratories to amplify specific regions of DNA.  The ability...

troposphere

Who discovered the Troposphere?

Where Is The Troposphere Located? The troposphere, the first layer above Earth’s surface, comprises approximately half the Earth’s atmosphere. It begins at sea level and extends five to nine miles in...