The Printing Press (1440)

Invented by Johannes Gutenberg, the printing press revolutionized communication and knowledge dissemination

The Steam Engine (1712)

Developed by Thomas Newcomen, the steam engine ushered in the Industrial Revolution

The Light Bulb (1879)

Invented by Thomas Edison, the practical incandescent light bulb brought reliable artificial light into homes and workplaces

The Internet (1969):

The brainchild of a team of researchers at ARPANET, the internet has revolutionized communication, information access, and global connectivity.

   Vaccines (1796)

Edward Jenner's development of the first vaccine for smallpox marked a turning point in public health.