Fortunately, there are a lot of people in this world who have an urge to think hard and implement brilliant ideas. Because what would the world have looked like if there were no inventors who meant a lot in terms of technology and development? At least different. We are therefore happy to introduce a number of inventors to you. Of course, there are a lot of more notable scientists, but we are certainly very grateful to them.

What do you need to become one of the best inventors?

Everyone dreams about being part of the 'best inventors of the world. We want to develop products or services that make us rich and perhaps change the world. It is not without reason that a program called 'The best idea in the world' was a great success and new startups start daily. Anyway, to go through life as an investor you have to think of something, design or manufacture (nice word) that has not been brought to market before. Sounds logical and it is! In any case, make sure that you recognize a problem and have the (technical) knowledge and creativity to solve the problem. And be inspired primarily by these inventors:

Thomas Edison (1847-1931)

And then there was light! Thomas Edison is the inventor of the light bulb, carbon microphone, phonograph (precursor of gramophone) and kinetoscope (generally regarded as the first film projector).

Heron of Alexandria (10-70)

This Greek scientist invented the very first steam engine long, long ago. He is also known from the mathematical formula of Heron (appropriate name) to calculate the area of a triangle.

Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

We all know Steve Jobs, of course. He is regarded as one of the greatest innovators in the field of computers, smartphones and animation. Plus Steve has of course been Apple 's icon for years that gave a great business spotlight profile to his company . We need not say more about this inventor.

Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922)

The founder of contemporary communication. Bell has applied for a patent on the telephone and has therefore contributed to the development of telephony.

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

In addition to being naturally known for his creative work (including Mona Lisa and the universal person), Leonardo da Vinci also has a number of inventions to his name. The machine gun, the armoured tank, and he came up with an early version of the plane. What would have happened to the world if this inventor had not been there?

Tim Berners-Lee (1955)

This hero is the founder and founder of the World Wide Web. We could not exist without his invention and you were not reading this now. Thanks, Tim! He recently also won the ' Nobel Prize for computer science ', or the Turning Award.

Louis Pasteur (1822-1895)

Pasteur is known for its pasteurization technique, which means that we now enjoy beer, milk and wine. Also, not unimportant: he invented a rabies vaccine.

Do you see yourself in this list and will you become the Elon Musk for the next 25 years? Then don't be inspired by the pleasantly disturbed inventor Colin Furze. He makes fat inventions, but whether the world needs them? Not really.

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