National Inventors' Day : Essay or speech


The National Inventors' Day celebrated across world to honor the great scientists, engineers, inventors and technologists. Here is a Dissection of National Inventors' Day from across the world. You 'Inventors' surely will enjoy reading.

Great Inventions are the works of Greater Men and Women. These are the people those work without thinking for personal benefits. They feel more joy in giving something to society, elevate people's lives and make this planet a better living sphere.

Today, Light Emiting Diodes (LEDs) lights up our hones and offices. Credit goes to the Great Thomas Alva Edison who made Light Bulbs. He has more than 1000 Patents to his credit in US alone.

There is no set date for International celebrations of Inventors' Day. To Honor the Great Scientists different countries celebrate National Inventors' Day on different dates; normally such days happen to be Birthday's of a great inventor.

Following are listed Dates of National Inventors' Day Celebrations of different nations!

Argentina: The Inventor of Ball Point Pen László József Bíró was born on 29 September 1899 in Budapest, Hungary. Argentina observes 29 September as National Inventors' Day in his honor.

Austria, Germany and Switzerland: The German Language speaking nations, Austria, Germany and Switzerland celebrate the National Inventors' Day on November 9. Hedy Lamarr the Austrian-American Film Actress and Inventor was born on this day in 1914 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary. She has the credit for the invention of Frequency-Hopped Spread Spectrum. Lamarr also credited of being most beautiful Hollywood Heroine of her time.

Hungary: June 13 is observed as the National Inventors' Day in the Honor of Albert Szent-Györgyi. He registered first patent about the synthesized Vitamin C in 1941. He was born on September 16, 1893 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary.

US: America celebrates National Inventors' Day on February 11. The Great Scientist and Inventor, Thomas Alva Edison was born on this day in 1847 in Milan, Ohio, United States. He holds records of 1093 patents registered in United States alone. Also some patents are registered to his name in France, Germany and the UK.

Are you a budding Inventor??? That's great. Submit your activity. Show the world how your invention(s) could make a difference to the human lives.


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