Who invented the first artificial eye?

Answer The first artificial eyes were invented in Iran in approximately 5000 BC. In the 16th century, Ambrose Pare, a French surgeon, wrote about artificial eyes being inserted into an eye socket. Glass a... Read More »

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Who invented the first artificial heart?

According to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Robert Koffler Jarvik invented the first permanent artificial heart in 1982. He called it the Jarvik-7, and it was made of dacron polyester, pla... Read More »

Who invented the first successful artificial heart?

Robert K. Jarvik is credited with being the first person who invented the first successful artificial heart in 1982. The device, called the Jarvik-7, was implanted in a man who ended up living for ... Read More »

Who Invented Artificial Turf?

The patent for artificial turf, first commercially known as Chemgrass, was filed in 1965 and issued in 1967. Robert T. Wright and James M. Faria of Monsanto Industries share the discovery and paten... Read More »

Who invented the artificial heart?

Dr. Robert Jarvik invented the artificial heart, dubbed the Jarvik 7. Surgeons performed the first successful artificial heart transplant on Barney Clark in 1982. Clark survived for 112 days with t... Read More »