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1686 – Born on May 24, in Danzig (now GdaDsk, Poland) was a German physicist and engineer who worked most of his life in the Netherlands.   1714 – Invented the first mercury thermometer.   1717 – Settled in The Hague with the trade of glassblowing, making barometer, altimeter and thermometer.   1718 – And ..

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1790 – Born on the 4th of July in Gwernvale Manor near Crickhowell, in Powys, Wales. 1791-  He was baptised in St Alfege’s Church, Greenwich, London, England. 1806 – He travelled to India as a cadet. 1814 – He was selected to take part in the reconnaissance of Java, Indonesia . 1818 – He appointed ..

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 1810 – Born on the 1st of January in Bucks Country, Pennsylvania, United States. 1832 – He submitted a proposals for a across the Potomac River in United States. 1842 – He designed the first wire-cable suspension bridge in the United States. 1848 – He designed the record-breaking Wheeling suspension bridge over the Ohio      ..

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1917 – Born on the 24th of March in Berlin, Germany. 1942 – He worked as a propulsion engineer. 1947 – He went to United States of America. 1952 – He worked in Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in United States. 1984 – He died on the 11th of..

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1832 – Born in Dijon, Côte-d’Or, France on the 15th of December. 1855 – Eiffel graduated from Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures , the same year that Paris hosted the first world’s Fair, with a master’s degree in chemistry. – Designed framework for Statue of Liberty. 1887 – Eiffel became involved with the French ..

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1919 – Born on the 9th of April in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. 1937 – He transferred to Penn’s Moore Shcool of Electrical Engineering. 1941 – He became a laboratory assistant for a defense training summer course in electronics. 1945 – He was completed Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC). 1946 – He left the Moore ..

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1858 – Born in Paris on the 18th of March.          – He became a connoisseur of the fine arts and an internationalist. 1883 – He married, and had three children. 1885 – He set up his first shop-laboratory in Paris, and began full-time work on his engine. 1892 – He published a paper ..

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US administrator and electrical engineer   David received his B.S. degree from Georgia Institute of Technology and his MS and Sc.D. From MIT.   He served as president, Exxon Research and Engineering Company.   Became executive vice president of Gould, Inc.   Dr. David served as US representative to the NATO Science Committee.   1970-1972 ..

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1925 – John Cocke, born on the 30th of May in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. was an American computer scientist recognised for his large contribution to computer architecture and optimizing compiler design. He is considered by many to be "the father of RISC architecture." 1946 – He attended Duke University, where he received his Bachelor’s ..

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