It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.

Invention Essay Examples

318 total results
A Research on the Inventions in the Industrial Revolution
Inventions There have been many inventions that came about in the Industrial Revolution that have shaped our lives. Some have changed very little and are still used today, while others have been "starting blocks" for many more inventions. With the following inventions I have given a brief summary, history, and...
1,173 words
3 pages
An Analysis of Alexander Graham Bell's Invention of the Telephone Grew Out of His Research into Ways To Improve the Telegraph
Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone grew out of his research into ways to improve the telegraph. His soul purpose was to help the deaf hear again. Alexander Graham Bell was not trying to invent the telephone, he was just trying to help out people in need. Young Alexander Graham Bell, Aleck as his family kne...
900 words
2 pages
A Biography and Life Work of Alexander Graham Bell, a Scottish Inventor
Hello my name is Alexander graham bell and I am an inventor, I will tell u a little about my self and the very useful invention I have to show you today. I was born in Edinburgh Scotland and went to the university of Edinburgh and the university of London to get the needed education to prosper in the complicated field of in...
664 words
1 page
The Impact of the Invention of Money
One of the greatest inventions ever Money. Altough it is only a piece of paper, we all need it in our lives. We can love it, we can hate it, but moeny is one of the greatest inventions ever. First of all, it is really interesting and also wonderful that bills and coins which would be themselves unvaluable are for us a...
241 words
1 page
A History of Communication Around the World
In 1844, Samuel Morse successfully demonstrated an invention known as the telegraph. The telegraph, which Morse invented in 1832, consisted of a current charged wire, location points (A and B), and a current breaker, which could be used to send dashes and dots. These dashes and dots could be successfully understood at the o...
1,518 words
3 pages
Account of the Life and Works of Thomas Edison
Edison was born in the village of Milan, Ohio, on Feb. 11, 1847, and his family later moved to Port Huron, Mich. In his early life as a kid he played jokes on people and got into trouble. One time he set his father's barn on fire because he wanted to see what fire look like when it burned. His schooling was three months lon...
690 words
2 pages
The Major Innovations That Happened in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
The nineteenth and twentieth centuries have brought about many innovations that have changed the course of history. Upgrades in transportation have always been very important to the way societies function. Wilbur and Orville Wright were two of the many great inventors of the past two centuries. The Wright brothers left thei...
579 words
1 page
Life and Inventions of Charles Babbage
Charles Babbage I Charles Babbage A. Was born in London 1. He was born on December 26, 1792 2. He was the son of Benjamin Babbage, who was a London banker. 3. Babbage stayed a bachelor all of his life and never got married. 4. Babbage became his own instructor of algebra, he loved solving mathematical problems. B. C...
390 words
1 page
Necessity Is the Mother of All Inventions
Necessity is the mother of invention… or is it? The real mother of invention is not necessity, but curiosity. From the discovery of electricity, the invention of the light bulb, car, airplane, and air conditioning to Global Positioning Satellite systems curiosity has been the reason behind the invention. One of the greate...
953 words
2 pages
Examples of Great Canadian Inventors
Over the years millions of people have brought new inventions into our lives. These objects or ideas, helpful in that they make lives easier or prolong life and ease suffering in disease and illnesses. A discovery may be accidental as that of Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen when he discovered the X-ray while experimenting with ca...
1,127 words
3 pages
A Biography of Galileo Galilei the Physicist that Invented the Telescope
Galileo Galilei was born at Pisa on the 18th of February in 1564. His father, Vincenzo Galilei, belonged to a noble family and had gained some distinction as a musician and a mathematician. At an early age, Galileo manifested his ability to learn both mathematical and mechanical types of things, but his parents, wishing to...
872 words
2 pages
A Biography of the Life and Inventions of Thomas Alva Edison
Thomas Edison Thomas Alva Edison is one of the most famous inventors. He saw many changes take place in his lifetime. His inventions were responsible for many of those changes. Some of his inventions were the telephone, the light bulb, the movie projector, and the phonograph. These inventions contributed to modern day, lig...
1,778 words
4 pages
An Evaluation of the Changes in Certain Inventions From the Past to the Future
Invention Commercials Content Area: Persuasive Speaking, and writing components Integrated Area: Art/drama, science, and social studies Grade Level: 4 Goals: The students will learn: -what technology is. -how people use technology. -that technology affects people’s lives-past, present, and future. -that as tech...
858 words
2 pages
Soda Pull Tab
“PFFFFT! POP! TIK TIK TIK HAAA!” Who do you know that hasn't
opened a soda can? Most of today's population can identify the
sound heard from opening a can. However, only a narrow fraction
of those people probably know the history behind the tab that
creates the sound. I didn't know. My roommates didn't know.
Your pitbull, B...
1,618 words
4 pages
What I Learnt from the Book The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
What The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind taught me about the learning process was it was much more than knowledge; it was something of invention and imagination. Although William Kamkwamba did not know if his windmill would work, did not have the proper tools, and did not have the proper materials he continued to build the windm...
1,017 words
2 pages
What Triggered Technological Advances in Mesopotamia
The difficult geography of Mesopotamia greatly influenced many technological advances in their culture. The name, “Mesopotamia” directly comes from its Greek meaning, “the land in between the rivers”. Because of this location, Mesopotamia experienced very harsh weather conditions such as unpredictable flooding and drought c...
255 words
1 page
A Biography of Eli Whitney
“One man, and a horse will do more than 50 men with the old machine’s” (“NATIONAL ARCHIVES”) Eli Whitney would of said. But his major accomplishment was the invention of the cotton gin. This is to show all the help and a little bit of hurt that this man created for this new America. On a small farm near Westborough Massac...
960 words
2 pages
The Revolutionary Model: Model T
In the beginning, People had to walk or ride on horses to get around. Later, there were locomotives and, eventually, the automobile. The invention of the automobile connected people and made work easier. However, the price of this new technology was outside that of an average family. That is until Henry Ford made use of the...
588 words
1 page
The Revolutionary Model: Model T
In the beginning, People had to walk or ride on horses to get around. Later, there were locomotives and, eventually, the automobile. The invention of the automobile connected people and made work easier. However, the price of this new technology was outside that of an average family. That is until Henry Ford made use of the...
439 words
1 page
Overview of Alexander Graham Bell
There are a lot of great inventors in the world today, none like Alexander Graham Bell. He is a role model to every inventor in the world. Alexander Bell is known for the telephone and other great inventions. His family was a very important to inventions leading up to the telephone and he would never be the same without his...
341 words
1 page
Overview of Turing Machine
A Turing machine is a hypothetical machine thought of by the mathematician Alan Turing in 1936. Despite its simplicity, the machine can simulate any computer algorithm. A Turing machine is a hypothetical device that manipulates symbols on a strip of tape according to a table of rules. Despite its simplicity. First of all,...
413 words
1 page
The Importance of the Invention of the Rifled Musket
The development in weaponry that had the greatest single impact on the war was the invention of the rifled musket. The weapon of choice before the war was muskets that had no spin on them. The new rifles solved old technical problems of other muskets. They had a spiral to spin the bullets faster, straighter, farther, and wi...
902 words
2 pages
A Paper on the Life and Works of John Napier
John Napier John Napier was born in Merchiston Tower in 1550. He was born during one of the most exciting periods of Scottish and European history. Napier was known as the Marvellous Merchiston. This was a title that many people said that he well deserved. He got this title for his genius and imaginative vision encom...
523 words
1 page
An Essay on the History of News Agencies
The growth of communication from sign language and drumbeats to the instantaneous transmission of words and pictures round the globe via satellite is a long and fascinating story. After Gutenbergs invention of the movable printing press in 1468 and the emergence of newspapers thereafter, we saw the first signs of mass media...
3,031 words
7 pages
Evil Is a Human Invention: A Review of the Novel Tomorrow When the War Began
Good copy: "Evil is a Human invention" Introduction "Tomorrow When the War began"; tells a powerful, intensive exciting, story of Ellie and her friends who struggle in the grips of war. One of the central ideas in this novel explores the concept of evil. In his book, it is evident that evil is a res...
1,459 words
3 pages