When did Whitcomb L. Judson invent the zipper?

Answer According to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Engineering, Whitcomb L. Judson received the patent for the "clasp-locker" in 1893. According to Enchanted Learning, he invented thi... Read More »

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Where did Gideon Sundback invent the zipper?

Gideon Sundback was employed at the Universal Fastener Company in St. Catherine, Ontario, Canada. His employer, Whitcomb Judson, had invented a fastener named the clasp-locker. Sundback improved up... Read More »

Where did Gideon Sunback invent the zipper?

Gideon Sundback manufactured his zippers at the Lightning Fastener Company in St. Catharines, Ontario. While Whitcomb L. Judson actually invented the zipper, Sundback made improvements to Judson's ... Read More »

If the Chinese could invent fireworks and printing, why couldn't they invent the knife and fork?

I love using chopsticks! And the fork is a relatively new invention. I traveled through China, and after a day or two could eat almost anything I needed to. Appreciate the diversity in the wo... Read More »

If anything was possible to invent and make, what would you invent and why?

Triple chocolate fudge cake with zero calories - so I could make a pig of myself and never get fat.Time machine - so I could go to any time or place I wanted.Invisibility potion - so that I could g... Read More »