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  • 1. British inventions of XIX-XX centuries
  • 2.  XIX and XX centuries are famous for different scientific breakthroughs all over the world. There are a lot of different inventions of that period that you may haven’t realised the British have invented. However, British people aren’t good sellers.
  • 3. 1. The television2. Stereo3. The World Wide Web4. The train5. The cats eye6. Photography7. The light bulb8. The electric motor9. Bagless vacuum cleaner10. Radar
  • 4.  You can find electric motors in everything from vacuum cleaners (another British invention) to eco-friendly cars these days, but they owe it all to Michael Faraday, who first came up with the idea in 1821. It was Faraday who first proved the principle of electromagnetism
  • 5.  Thomas Wedgewood created pictures of insect wings using silver nitrate on leather in 1802. William Henry Fox Talbot - the man who invented the Calotype, a negative/positive development process that became the basis for modern photography.
  • 6.  The invention of the light bulb is normally credited to US inventor Thomas Alva Edison, who patented his discovery in 1879. The problem is he was beaten by a year by British whizz Joseph Swann, who even came up with the idea of a carbon filament bulb some 10 years previously.
  • 7.  The television is actually a British invention, made by Scotsman John Logie Baird in February 1924. In 1932 he made the first TV broadcast between London and Glasgow. Experiments with color TV-sets
  • 8.  The first steam trains appeared in the early 19th Century, but it wasnt until George Stephensons Rocket arrived in 1829. His train was the only steam train to complete a 50-mile round trip as part of the Rainhill trials.
  • 9.  Alan Blumenlein invented stereo, because he thought the monophonic music of his day lacked realism, patenting the idea in 1933. Work on HDTV broadcasting (1953). Development of radar during WWII
  • 10.  Radar was developed by Scotsman Robert Watson-Watt, who proposed that enemy aircraft could be detected by radio waves. By 1940, 19 Radio Direction Finder (RDF) stations were in place across the UK.
  • 11.  In 1989, Berners-Lee proposed a global hypertext project, to be known as the World Wide Web. It was designed to allow people to work together by combining their knowledge in a web of hypertext documents.
  • 12.  James Dyson is the definitive British technical innovator. His dual-cycle bagless vacuum cleaner took over 5,000 prototypes to perfect, but became the fastest-selling vacuum cleaner in British history. After five years and 5,127 prototypes, Dyson launched the “G-Force” cleaner in 1983. After five years and 5,127 prototypes, Dyson launched the “G-Force” cleaner in 1983.
  • 13.  This device was invented by the Englishman Percy Shaw, born in Yorkshire in 1890. He invented it after he had been driving on a dark, winding road on a foggy night. He was saved from going off the side of the hill by a cat, whose eyes reflected his car’s lights. . For his invention, Shaw was awarded the OBE in 1965.
  • 14. Which of these things were inventedby British people? Elastic fabric(эластичная ткань) The wheel Matches(спички) Sunglasses Knife Rubber band Paper Greeting cards
  • 15. Elastic fabric, Matches, Sunglasses ,Rubberband, Greeting cards were invented by Britishpeople.Other interesting inventions are: Electric toaster Flush toilet Stereophonic recording Carbonated soft drinks
  • 16.  There were a lot of inventions in XIX-XX centuries and they are very important even nowadays. The UK is still making new inventions . The inventions were spread in different spheres of science. We should develop science in XXI century to make our life easier and faster

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