Check Out Top World Inventions By Nigerians
If you don’t think you can believe in Nigeria today, you may have never seen many of the inventions of Nigerians.
1. First Solid Rocket Fuel: Shehu Saleh Balami was a Nigerian who had the idea to create a solid-fuel rocket. He graduated from the Federal University of Technology in Mina in mechanical engineering. The rocket fuel for the new Millennium City road in Kaduna was launched in 2008. What a dream!
2. Fastest Computers: You might not have thought it was invented by a Nigerian Dr. Phillip Emeagwali when he was talking about the world’s fastest and most efficient computer. One incredible fact was that he got the idea from the bees, how bees build their sweet peanuts, and how they communicate between themselves. The machine is estimated at approximately 3.1 billion per second. As at present the technology is commonly used for weather forecasting and global warming prediction.
3. INYE-1&2 TABLET COMPUTER: If you ever see a tablet with the name ‘INYE,’ you just know that it was invented by a Nigerian, without thought. In reality, INYE1&2 was one of the first computers in Africa to be launched. The man Saheed Adepoju invented him in 2010. In 2010. It has been optimized for running on Android. It has a Wi-Fi connection, an integrated SIM, and resistive touch.
4. Emergency Blood Auto Transfusion System: This is another great invention, which saved and continues to save many lives. It works without electricity, transfuses blood in a safe and non-infectious way. The system works without electricity. The system’s main purpose is to retrieve the blood of a patient whose organ bleeds internally and transfers the blood to the patient’s body. This avoids the loss of blood. Wow! Wow! Wow! Then, Dr. Otu Ovadse Oviemo (Rtd), who made this wonderful invention, is the major investor. In reality, he is a Nigerian Army Brigadier General.
5. Microchip used in Surgical Robot: Full. A micro ship was invented that could be built into robots by Ndubisi Ekekwe. Enable robots to perform minimally invasive operations. In reality, this microwave can store information in the robot as well as control the operating robot.
6. Jerry Issac Mallo
Indeed, my Nigerians have many amazing inventions, just to name a few. A drug-resistant infection was also a significant innovation of a Nigerian. Or, there’s a 25-year-old man who made fiber cars.
You should surely do this, not let someone discourage you if you have an idea there why you are not thinking, why you do not try it, and believe in yourself. We Africans and Nigerians will invent whatever we want. Through God assist all of us.
7. Nigeria’s 3 musketeers that Won Gold at 2018 World Adolescent Robotics Competition in China
At the World Adolescent Robotics competition 2018 in Guiyang City, China, a team of three Nigerian students-Tawakalitu Giwa, Oluwaseun Omotayo, and Ayomide Adetunji-jumped in, winning gold medals to better record the engineering notes operation.
8. Omowumi Sadik
Micro-electrode biosensor inventor Omowunmi Sadik can detect foreign materials and use them for drugs or explosives. The patent application was filed on 7 December 2006 in compliance with patent number 20060275786A1. Sadik is also a surface chemist, inventor, and college professor with patents for various biosensors.
In Lagos, Nigeria, she was born in 1964. She graduated from the University of Lagos in 1985 with her Bachelor of Chemistry. In 1987, she was also a Master of Chemistry grad. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Wollongong in Australia in 1994. Sadik has been awarded many bursaries, including, to name but a few, the American Institute of Medicine and Biologic Engineering and the Royal Society of Chemistry. She is also a collaborator with the National Institute of Health with Instrumentation & Systems Development, the National Science Foundation, Romania, Turkey and Japan, UNESCO, and a panelist with the National Institute of Health.
Sadik is currently a Professor of waste metal ions recovery from waste for industrial and environmental purposes at Bingham University, Upstate, New York.
9. Bennet Omalu
Bennet I. Omalu, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H. is awarded the Distinguished Service Award on 12 November 2016 by the American Medical Association ( AMA) for his role in the disclosure of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in American soccer teams. The award is presented to a member of the AMA for his meritorious contribution in science and arts of medicine by the AMA Board of Trustees.
During his work at the coroner’s office in Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), Dr. Omalu, a Nigerian American forensic pathologist, discovered CTE. In many NFL players who showed a change of personality or cognitive disorders before they died early, he noticed brain abnormalities. He called CTE and identified the abnormal build-up in these individual brains of tau protein.
10. Silas Adekunle
Raised in Nigeria, Silas Adekunle moved to the United Kingdom at the age of 11. He has been fascinated with science and technology for much of his childhood, playing robot kits from Lego and watching YouTube videos to get ideas for robots, for which he could build at home. 27, Adekunle now claims he has earned ten million dollars in financing as CEO and founder of a robot firm. In 2017, the tech giant signed an exclusive distribution deal with Adekunle’s UK-based company, Reach Robotics. The robotic company has developed what it called the world’s first gaming robot. The robots are now priced at $250 a pop by Apple. At around the age of 9, and still living in his hometown of Lagos, Nigeria, Adekunle created his first robot.
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