When was the otoscope invented?

Answer The otoscope, an instrument for ear examinations, was invented in the mid 1800s. Dr. John Brunton invented the original otoscope, and in 1862 he displayed it to the prestigious Medical Society of L... Read More »

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Otoscope Instructions?

An otoscope is a hand held device used to facilitate examination of nasal passages and ear canals. Otoscopes are commonly used by trained medical doctors and veterinarians. Styles include portable ... Read More »

When was the first earbuds invented and who invented it?

I know this sounds weird but where the speaker is suck on it and try using it again

Who invented the bullet train and when was it invented?

Japan's "Bullet Train" was developed by Dr. Hideo Shima (1901 - 1998). Dr. Shima began investigations in 1948 and in 1958 it was decided to go ahead with a new line which followed the Tokaido road... Read More »

When was TNT invented?

German chemist Joseph Wilbrand developed TNT, otherwise known as trinitrotoluene, in 1863. It originally was used as a yellow dye, and was not developed as an explosive for several years because it... Read More »