In the worlds of invention, famous female inventors have mostly contributed enormously throughout the history. Life saving medical inventions and automatic dishwasher are just some of the inventions of the famous female inventors, and we cannot deny that we use these things and It affects our daily lifestyle.
This article will discuss some of the famous and not-so-famous female inventors who have contributed to the world of invention and has affect our daily life.
Josephine Garis Cochran is a famous female inventor and has truly contributed a lot especially in our homes, Josephine has been known for inventing the first ever practical mechanical dishwasher last 1886. Mrs. Cochran was very wealthy and held a lot of dinner parties. Since Mrs. Cochran has been hosting different parties, of course, she had a lot of dishes, however its not a problem for her because she has many servants who will do it for her, however, she thinks that her servants work very slow. “If nobody else is going to invent a dishwashing machine, I’ll do it myself!” is a famous line from Mrs. Cochran after experiencing the slow flow of dishwashing.
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She went about building one herself. After Mrs. Cochran has built a dishwashing machine for herself, her friends saw what she did and so, they got impressed with what she did so they also ask her to make a machine for them. Because of her brilliant invention, many people have learned about what she invented and so, many restaurants and hotels are ordering from her. She got a patent on her design and went into production. At the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago she won the highest award.
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Her friends talked a lot about their new machines and soon, Mrs. Cochrane was getting orders for her dishwashing machine from restaurants and hotels in Illinois. She got her design licensed before she was able to produce more machines. At the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, she showcased her invention and received the highest award.
Ellen Ochoa, Astronaut and Female Inventor.
Ellen Ochoa took her bachelor of science degree in physics at San Diego University, while she took her master of science degree and doctorate in electrical engineering at Stanford University, however she was born in Los Angeles, California last May 10, 1958.
Ellen Ochoa developed an optical system designed to detect imperfections in repeating patterns. Patented in 1987, this system is used for quality control in manufacturing. To date, Ellen Ochoa has received three patents.
Aside from Ochoa’s inventions, she also worked at NASA as a researcher and an astronaut.
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