Honor the inventors who drive the world with their innovation and genius.
Today is National Inventors Day! So here is a fun history lesson on the roller skate: In 1760, John Merlin designed the first ever "roller skate". In 1818 roller skates first appeared on the ballet stage in Berlin. Who knew! 🤔#changeishere #NationalInventorsDay https://t.co/16BPdzILrH
Last week we celebrated some of the university's most prolific inventors in honor of #NationalInventorsDay.
MT @PNWFSpecialists: Advances are made every day in the fertility world since the first IVF baby was born in 1978. With so many advances being made, we hope to continuously give the best support and patient care. #NationalInventorsDay #Science #Discoveries https://t.co/3ttXggxdA2
This week we celebrated is #nationalInventorsDay a very special day for Etienne Brière #Innovation Cell Manager at Albéa:
“Invention is key for #packaging providers. Brands are looking for partners to guide them towards the #beauty of tomorrow." https://t.co/t9j28ceOuRhttps://t.co/r7Myg9rmm6
Today is #NationalInventorsDay! Did you know? In 1962, while working for @GeneralElectric, Nick Holonyak Jr invented the first visible-spectrum #LED in the form of red diodes. Pale yellow and green diodes were invented next! https://t.co/bfgaZi3MfT
@WomeninMFG As a female #inventor and #manufacturer I appreciate the shoutout! #NationalInventorsDay