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Arcade games began with 19th-century penny-in-the-slot- machines and have since progressed
Diabetes was recognized as a disease by the ancient Egyptians and named by the ancient Greeks
Ask anyone whom they think built the first railway locomotive and they will probably say George Stephenson.
To act as a platform for inventors to exchange ideas, information and expertise. Once a year awards are presented to the most innovative inventions worldwide. We select these innovative inventions after our panel of judges evaluated and decide on the winning entry. The award is presented during our annual British International Invention Award held during the month May/June, International delegates of inventors are invited to attend, dignitary, distinguished guests of honour will be present on this memorable night. For more information email us at: email@example.com
The Association of British Inventors and Innovators (ABII) origin stems back to early 2007 when we offered a seminar on several aspects of inventions and innovation conducted by Frederick J. William, a well -respected British inventor
Mr. Frederick, a successful entrepreneur, had culminated his entire career in a number of countries including the USA, Australia, and Asia in the development of ideas and inventions ranging from enhancing automobile safety features to mention only a very small fragment of the many scores he had either invented or enhanced.
Ask anyone whom they think built the first railway locomotive and they will probably say George Stephenson. But, in fact, the railway locomotives are invented by Richard Trevithick and first demonstrated in February 1804.
Richard Trevithick (England) was born in the heart of the Cornish tin-mining area. His father was a mine manager, and Trevithick duly become a mining engineer; devoting his talents to the improvement of the steam engine. At the time James Watt (Scotland, known as the father of steam) had a virtual monopoly on stationery steam engines, but Trevithick demonstrated that steam could be used at far greater pressures than Watt had envisaged, a considerable advance in steam technology that led directly to the development of steam locomotives.
The Innovator of the Year Award honours an outstanding innovator or team of innovators who through their efforts have contributed to significantly
The Inventor of the Year Award honours an outstanding inventor or team of inventors who have made a contribution to the development
Honours and recognised outstanding young inventors or team of young inventors who have made a contribution to the development