Greatest Russian inventors

Greatest Russian inventors

Greatest Russian inventors

Talent of the Russian genius is boundless. Greatest Russian inventors and scientists changed the world, contributing to the human civilization. How much mother Russia has given to the world is impossible to count. Russian scientists invented all you have and use now – first plane, television, radio, etc. I do not touch the contributions to the arts, social sciences, and this contribution is not small. And above all, there is a contribution in the form of events and objects, which aren’t touched here. Such as the “Kalashnikov”, “First Astronaut”, “The first winged” and many others. Of course, it is impossible to enumerate all. But even such a cursory glance, proves the fact Russia has much to be proud of. It’s a pity that many of the “scientists” of the west appropriated the greatest inventions of Russian scientists, without a twinge of conscience. But the truth always prevail and genetics of Russians can’t be patented.

Pavel Nikolayevich Yablochkov (September 14 1847 – March 31 1894)

Pavel Nikolayevich Yablochkov (September 14 1847 – March 31 1894)

Pavel Nikolayevich Yablochkov (September 14 1847, Saratov – March 31 1894) was a Russian electrical engineer, the inventor of the world’s first light bulb – Yablochkov candle. The success of the Yablochkov candle has surpassed all expectations. The world press, especially the French, English, German, headlines: “You should see the Yablochkov candle”; “The invention of a retired Russian military engineer Yablochkov – a new era in the in technology”; “Light comes to us from the North – from Russia”; “Northern Light, Russian light – wonder of our time”; “Russia – the birthplace of electricity”, and so on.

Alexander Stepanovich Popov (March 16 1859 – January 13 1906) - Russian physicist, the inventor of radio

Alexander Stepanovich Popov (March 16 1859 – January 13 1906) – Russian physicist, the inventor of radio

Vladimir Kozmich Zvorykin

Vladimir Kozmich Zvorykin

Vladimir Kozmich Zvorykin (July 29 1888 – July 29, 1982) – Russian inventor, engineer, and pioneer of television technology (the world’s first electron microscope, television and broadcasting).

Alexander Fedorovich Mozhaysky (March 21 – 1 April 1890, Saint Petersburg) - a Russian naval officer, aviation pioneer, researcher and inventor of the first plane in the world

Alexander Mozhaysky

Alexander Fedorovich Mozhaysky (March 21 – 1 April 1890, Saint Petersburg) – a Russian naval officer, aviation pioneer, researcher and inventor of the first plane in the world.

Alexander Matveevich Poniatoff (25 March 1892, Russia - 24 October 1980) - invented the world's first video recorder

Alexander Matveevich Poniatoff (25 March 1892, Russia – 24 October 1980) – invented the world’s first video recorder

Sergei Korolev

Sergei Korolev

Sergei Pavlovich Korolev (12 January 1907 – 14 January 1966) – the world’s first ballistic missile, spacecraft, the first satellite of the Earth.

AM Prokhorov and NG Bass - the world's first quantum generator - maser

AM Prokhorov and NG Bass – the world’s first quantum generator – maser

S. V.Kovalevskaya (the first woman in the world - Professor)

S. V.Kovalevskaya (the first woman in the world – Professor)

SM Prokudin-Gorsky - the world's first color photo

SM Prokudin-Gorsky – the world’s first color photo

A.A.Alekseev - the world's first Pinscreen animation

A.A.Alekseev – the world’s first Pinscreen animation

FA Pirotsky - the world's first electric tram

FA Pirotsky – the world’s first electric tram

F.A. Blinov - the world's first crawler tractor

F.A. Blinov – the world’s first crawler tractor

VA Starevich - world's first volume-animated cartoon movie

VA Starevich – world’s first volume-animated cartoon movie

EM Artamonov - invented the world's first bicycle with pedals, steering wheel, turning wheel

EM Artamonov – invented the world’s first bicycle with pedals, steering wheel, turning wheel

In 1817, Karl von Dresen received a patent for the invention in Germany allegedly the world’s first bicycle. But Russian worker in Nizhny Tagil – Efim Mikheevich Artamonov created his metal bike back in 1800. He showed it to the public and in 1801 got on his scooter in Moscow, breaking the record on the road more than 5000 km and showed his invention during the coronation of the tsar on hodynskoye field. Artamonov’s bike weighed more than 40 kg. Cranks and pedals were attached to the front, drive wheels, the diameter of which exceeded the meter; the diameter of the rear wheel – almost 2 times less. The total height of the bike was about 1.5 meters. But Russian artisan never patented his invention.

OV Losev - the world's first amplifying and generating semiconductor device

OV Losev – the world’s first amplifying and generating semiconductor device

Ivan Ivanovich Polzunov

Ivan Ivanovich Polzunov

Ivan Ivanovich Polzunov (1728 – May 27, 1766) Russian inventor of the first steam engine in Russia and the first two-cylinder engine in the world.

Gleb Yevgeniyevich Kotelnikov (January 30 1872 – November 22, 1944)

Gleb Yevgeniyevich Kotelnikov (January 30 1872 – November 22, 1944)

Gleb Yevgeniyevich Kotelnikov, Russian-Soviet inventor of the knapsack parachute (first in the hard casing and then in the soft pack), and braking parachute.

Igor Kurchatov. Greatest Russian inventors

Igor Kurchatov

Igor Kurchatov – the world’s first nuclear power plant (Obninsk), world’s first hydrogen bomb capacity of 400 kt, undermined by August 12, 1953. Kurchatov team developed a thermonuclear bomb RDS-202 (Tsar Bomb) record capacity 52,000 kt.

Dmitri Mendeleev

Dmitri Mendeleev

Dmitri Mendeleev (1834–1907). Periodic table, a type of pycnometer, pyrocollodion, co-developer of Icebreaker Yermak, also credited with determining the ideal vodka proof as 38% (later rounded to 40%)

Greatest Russian inventors. Mikhail Lomonosov

Greatest Russian inventors. Mikhail Lomonosov

Mikhail Lomonosov (1711–1765) – night vision telescope, off-axis reflecting telescope, coaxial rotor, original Russian hard-paste porcelain (together with Dmitry Vinogradov), re-discovery of smalt

Greatest Russian inventors. Vladimir Bekhterev

Greatest Russian inventors. Vladimir Bekhterev

Vladimir Bekhterev (1857–1927). Bekhterev’s Mixture (a medicine with a sedative effect).

Greatest Russian inventors. Pyotr Kapitsa

Pyotr Kapitsa

Pyotr Kapitsa (1894–1984) first ultra strong magnetic field creating techniques, basic low-temperature physics inventions

Kaspersky Anti-Virus. Greatest Russian inventors

Kaspersky Anti-Virus

Yevgeny Kaspersky (born 1965). Kaspersky Anti-Virus, Kaspersky Internet Security, Kaspersky Mobile Security anti-virus products

Greatest Russian inventors. Konstantin Tsiolkovsky (1857–1935), spaceflight (theory principles that led to numerous inventions)

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky (1857–1935), spaceflight (theory principles that led to numerous inventions)

Greatest Russian inventors

A view of St. Petersburg by Alexey Zubov, 1716, shows yachts and war ships on the Neva River.

Russian inventions, from 3D holography to yacht clubs, which are also Russian inventions, listed on more than 260 wiki pages. (The first in the world yacht club “Neva” was founded in 1718 in Russia, it is the oldest yacht clubare).

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