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1 ESCOLA MACIP – GRANÉS CARDEDEU SPAIN

2 Name of the invention: afilalapices / Pencil sharpener Name of the inventor: Ignacio Urresti Year or century it was invented: 1945 Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: the invention weigh is one kilogram and a half. It helps people to make sharp to the pencils Benefits who reported to the humanity: It is a safe and precice way to make sharp to a pencil Made by: Maryam and Diego.V

3 Biography In the industrial area of Eibar, Guipúzcoa, Spain, in 1945, Ignacio Urresti (belonging to the Company's "The Town", which started as weapons factory, then produced the stapler, circa 1930) designed the pencil sharpener, a solid piece Exceptionally, a crank, 1.29 kilos, copied throughout the world. With this format, were ma de shortly thereafter,€sharpener for use in offices, desks and institutions. So arise desktop pencil sharpener. Manual sharpeners are used today, and have a school use mostly are made for right-handed children. A left- handed children may find it difficult to manage because of the direction that the pen should turn (from left to right) because it is contrary to the natural sense of left-handed

4 Name of the invention: Futbolin Name of the inventor: Alexander de Finisterre Year or century it was invented:.1930 Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: In hospital he saw many children injured and unable to play football. This was his inspiration for fooTball, which was born from the concept of table tennis. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Used to play fotball for enjured kids and people in general.. Made by: Tomàs and Diego G.

5 He was born in Fisterra (Galicia) in 1919. When his father's shoemaking business failed, the director of his school made Finisterre pay his tuition by correcting the homework of lower grades. Later he became a construction worker and worked in a print shop. Finisterre was injured during fascist bombings of Madrid in the Spanish civil war. In hospital he saw many children injured and unable to play football. This was his inspiration for foosball, which was born from the concept of tame tennis. Alejandro credits his friend Francisco Javier Altuna, a Basque carpenter, for making the first foosball game following Finisterre's directions. Although the invention was patented in 1937, Finisterre had to escape to France from the fascist coup d'état, and he lost the patent papers in a storm.

6 Name of the invention: water of lavanda Name of the inventor:Antoni Puig Year or century it was invented:. 1940 Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: be used to make a perfume that smells good Benefits who reported to the humanity: Nice new smell, wonderful perfums Made by: 6B pupils

7 Biography: Antonio Puig Castelló (Barcelona, 1889 - 1979) was a Catalan businessman, president of the Puig Beauty & Fashion Group. Dedicated to the sector of perfumery, cosmetics, plastic and related products, at the end of the Spanish Civil War was released fragrance "Agua Lavanda Puig", popular in the 1950s and 1960s. THE 1965-1967 he was member of the Circle of Economy and Chairman of the Institute for Family Business..

8 Name of the invention: Autogyro Name of the inventor: Juan de la Cierva Year or century it was invented: 1932. Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The autogyro is a type of rotorcraft which uses an unpowered rotor in autorotation to develop lift, and an engine-powered propeller, similar to that of a fixed- wring aircraft, to provide thrust. Juan de la Cierva made in Madrid, in the year 1920 his first autogyro Benefits who reported to the humanity: Is an aircraft that could safely fly at slow speeds Made by: David Ciudad

9 . Juan de la Cierva i Codorníu (Múrcia, Espanya, 21st September 1895 - Croydon, United Kingdom, 9th Desember 1936): De la Cierva was born in Murcia, Spain to a wealthy family. After several successful experiments with aviation as a boy, he eventually earned a civil engineering degree. He moved to England in 1925, where with the support of Scottish industrialist James G. Weir, he established the Cierva Autogiro Company. At the outbreak of the Spaniosh Civil War, De la Cierva supported the forces of Francisco Franco, helping the rebels to obtain the De Havilland DH-89 'Dragon Rapide which flew General Franco from the Canary Islands to Spanish Morocco. His brother was killed by the Republican army in Paracuellos del Jarama.

10 Name of the invention: ARCABUZ Name of the inventor: anonimus Year or century it was invented:.1450 Origen country:Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The musket was the first "portable cannon, and appeared in 1450, as a revolutionary weapon designed for the Spanish troops (if being used with a defense of spades). The name has a Dutch and German origin. This would be improved to the creation of the musket. The combination of musketeers and pikemen in Spanish troops marked the way to the war in Europe during the XV and XVI. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Combating with exit in the war.. Made by: 6 class

11 Biography: Was invented in Spain a gun small enough to be carried and fired at one man. It was named a musket, a Dutch word meaning hook gun. Maybe it was so named because the first muskets were associated with pikes, spears were hooked.

12 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention: submarí Name of the inventor:Isac Peral. Year or century it was invented:1885. Origen country: Cartagena Caracteristiques of the invention, use: A submarine is a watercraft capable of independent operation below the surface of the water. It differs from a submersible, which has only limited underwater capability.watercraftsubmersible Benefits who reported to the humanity: Submarines can work at greater depths than are survivable or practical for human divers.. Made by: 6B class

13 Biography: In 1887, the Navy lieutenant and engineer Isaac Peral designed and built the first submarine in history (but obscure interests within the Spanish Armada did drop this high office that the invention and say it was a fraud and a vehicle and could not claim for anything). This, I already had all the basic features that can be seen in modern military submarine (electric motors, navigation system, torpedoes capable of reaching a surface vessel, periscope, etc...), and was a scientific and military progress without compared to the time. Peral, vilified and humiliated, ill with cancer, which was complicated by meningitis that killed her 44 years, without receiving any recognition.

14 Name of the invention: Maquineta de fer punta / Sharpener Name of the inventor: Ignacio Urresti Year or century it was invented: 1945 Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: In the early twentieth century, in the home, school and clerks, drew even sharpen pencils with any sharp instrument, the most common and the knife was used daily. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Appeared in the shops some sharpeners to avoid such danger, were called horseshoes, and had thus, with a sharp blade cross that was used to cut the wood of the pencil and sharpen the mine. Made by: Javi Raigón Erquicia

15 Biography: In the industrial area of Eibar, Guipúzcoa, Spain, in 1945, Ignacio Urresti (belonging to the Company "The Town", which started as weapons factory, then the stapler occurred around 1930) designed the pencil sharpener, a solid piece exception, to handle, of 1.29 kilos, copied around the world.

16 Name of the invention:spacesuit Name of the inventor:Emilio Herrera Year or century it was invented:1935 Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: space suit is a complex system of garments, equipment and environmental systems designed to keep a person alive and comfortable in the harsh environment of outer space.garments Benefits who reported to the humanity: A space suit must perform several functions to allow its occupant to work safely and comfortably. It must provide: A stable internal pressure. This can be less than earth's atmosphere, as there is usually no need for the spacesuit to carry nitrogen (which comprises about 78% of earth's atmosphere and is not used by the body). Lower pressure allows for greater mobility, but requires the suit occupant to breathe pure oxygen for a time before going into this lower pressure, to avoid decompression sickness.pressuredecompression sickness Mobility. Movement is typically opposed by the pressure of the suit; mobility is achieved by careful joint design. See the Theories of spacesuit design section. Theories of spacesuit design Breathable oxygen. Circulation of cooled and purified oxygen is controlled by the Primary Life Support System.oxygenPrimary Life Support System. Made by: Erik Alex

17 Emilio Herrera Linares designed the first space suit history. Scientific and aviator (he was a senior Republican Army during the Civil War), worked with Juan de la Cierva and Leonardo Torres Quevedo in his research. His spacesuit was used as preliminary design of modern astronaut suits, but their membership of the losing side of the Spanish Civil War and his presidency of the Government of the Spanish Republic in exile, caused his ostracism and persecution in Spain during Franco. He died in Geneva in 1967..

18 Name of the invention: Guitarra Name of the inventor: Anonimus Year or century it was invented: from the thirteenth century and the eighteenth century Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The 6-string classical guitar as we know it today developed in Spain from the thirteenth century and the eighteenth century as a modification of the old vihuela. Previously there were other types of stringed instruments with a similar appearance used by troubadours and Moors, but not exactly like the guitar that has survived to this day. The electric guitar, for example, is a direct modification of the old Spanish guitar by Les Paul in the twentieth century. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Play wonderful music with an easy instrument to carry, and not too expensive. Made by: Diego Gimenez

19 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention: La Radio Name of the inventor: Julio Cervera Year or century it was invented: 1.890 in SPAIN Origen country: SPAIN Caracteristiques of the invention, use: Radio is the transmission of signals by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies below those of visible light. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Easier communication at long distances. Made by: 6B PUPILS

20 Biography: A Spanish, Julio Cervera, had invented the radio 11 years before Marconi (with whom he later collaborated. Julio Cervera was rightly recognized as the father of wireless communication. The Spanish military and scientific expert in the design of trams as well prophesied the "invasion " Moroccan Parsley Island He died in 1929. Julio Cervera

21 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention:mop Name of the inventor:Manuel Jalón Corominas. Year or century it was invented:.1837 Origen country:Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: To clean the floor Benefits who reported to the humanity: Used when you clean the floor, but you have to bend down Made by: Marc Miranda and Nazar Puriy

22 Manuel Jalón Corominas (Logroño, La Rioja January 31, 1925), an aeronautical engineer, Air Force officer in the Air Base and Zaragoza Spanish inventor. He invented the wringer for mops and disposable hypodermic needle. During a stay in the U.S.. UU., Jalón watched the hangars were scrubbed with a flat mop and bucket with rollers. In 1956 began the manufacture of mops using a broomstick to a tuft of cotton strips slipped into a cube, with rollers driven by a pedal. Later, the first vendor Morellón Enrique Falcón, had the idea to apply the mop name, a word that until then had been appointed a woman scrubbing. This cleaning tool has improved the quality of life for many women in Spain since the late 50's, surpassing the tradition of this country as to clean the floor without kneeling (bursitis of knee and back problems) and without hands wear bleach. Manuel Jalón, despite the great success of the invention, sold the patent to the Dutch multinational Curver BV, to pursue other projects as were the non- reusable hypodermic syringe. Although Rioja's birth, grew up in Aragon Jalón, and his inventions, he became a favorite son of the city of Zaragoza..

23 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention: Name of the inventor: Year or century it was invented: XVII XVII. Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: A calculator is a digital machine to calculate Benefits who reported to the humanity: Made by: Bartolomé de las Casas digital calculator Being a huge benefit to help calculate easily Nazar and Marc

24 Add here a photo of the inventor Biography. Born c. 1484 Seville, Crow of Castille Died 18 July 1566 (aged 81–82) Madrid, Spain Nationality Spanish Occupation Priest, writer,apologist Title Bishop of Chiapas; Attorney General and Universal Protector of the Indians Religion: Roman Catholic

25 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention: botijo Name of the inventor: Sebastián de Cavarrubias Year or century it was invented: 1611. Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The botijo has a wide belly and one or more mouths where it is filled and one or more outputs called pitón o pitorro to drink from. The botijo is a typical element of Spanish culture and may vary in shape, color and material. Benefits who reported to the humanity: To drink more easily, and keep water fresh.. Made by: Pol G. and Marc M.

26 Add here a photo of the inventor Biography : Sebastian de Covarrubias y Orozco (Toledo, 1539-1613), lexicographer, cryptography, Chaplain of King Philip II, canon of the cathedral of Cuenca and Spanish writer..

27 Name of the invention: Razor Name of the inventor: The history of the knife as a folding knife is universal and ancient. His remains were found in the regalia of cremation burials of the Second Iberian Iron Age and Roman excavations in recent years of the Empire. Year or century it was invented:. end of the sixteenth century Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The razor comes in Spain after the ban enacted by Charles V to carry long-bladed weapons (mainly swords) to people outside the nobility. Allowed to hide the razor blade, besides being small, handy and much cheaper than a sword. Since Spain was exported to the rest of Europe very quickly, as it was a very popular weapon. Benefits who reported to the humanity: To cut easier in all places..Add here a drawing of the invention Made by: Bernat Barceló Tejedor

28 Biography: A knife is a knife with a blade pivots on an axis that joins the handle or rope, so that the blade is kept between two handles or a recess made on purpose. There are also knives with a blade longitudinally slides in and out of the handle. In some Latin American countries, the knife is also called a folding knife. However, in Spain reserves this term for the case of the blade protruding from the handle when closed. Therefore, in a closed folding knife edge is not fully protected by the handle and requires the use of a cover for carrying. Dont know the inventors name.

29 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention: Laryngoscopy Name of the inventor: Manuel Vicente García Year or century it was invented:1884 Origen country:Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: Laryngoscope is a medical instrument that simply serves mainly to examine the glottis and the vocal cuerda. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Used to watch the throat and prevent illness if you. Made by: Nazar and Marc

30 Add here a photo of the inventor Biography:. García was born on 17 March 1805 in the town of Zafra in Badajoz Province, Spain. His father was singer and teacher Manuel del Pópulo Vicente Rodriguez García (Manuel García I, 1775–1832). His sisters were María Felicia García Sitches (1808–1836) and Michelle Ferdinande Pauline García (1821– 1910). After abandoning his onstage career as a baritone, García began to teach at the Paris Conservatory (1830–48) and the Royal Academy of Music, London (1848–95). Jessie Bond, Camille Everardi, Erminia Frezzolini, Jenny Lind, Mathilde Marchesi, Christina Nilsson, Julius Stockhausen, Marie Tempest, and Henry Wood were among his pupils. He invented a laryngoscope in 1854 and the next year published observations of his own larynx and vocal cords made with a small dental mirror introduced into the throat and using sunlight reflected by another mirror.[1][2] García was interested in movements connected with the production of the singing voice and did not anticipate the importance of laryngoscopy for medicine. Still, the University of Königsberg conferred upon him the honorary degree of M.D. He died in London in 1906 at the age of 101 years and was buried in the churchyard of St. Edward's Catholic church in Sutton Green, Surrey. His grave gives details of his many famous pupils and accomplishments.Zafra Badajoz ProvinceSpain Manuel del Pópulo Vicente Rodriguez GarcíaMaría Felicia García SitchesMichelle Ferdinande Pauline GarcíabaritoneParis ConservatoryRoyal Academy of MusicLondonJessie Bond Camille EverardiErminia FrezzoliniJenny LindMathilde MarchesiChristina NilssonJulius StockhausenMarie TempestHenry Woodlaryngoscopelarynxvocal cords[1][2]University of KönigsbergM.D.London On 22 November 1832 in Paris García married the operatic soprano Cécile Eugénie Mayer (Paris, 8 April 1814 – Paris, 12 August 1880). They had two sons and two daughters.[3] Their son Gustave Garcia (1837-1925) was a singer, actor, and author of three books on vocal and stage techniques. Gustave's son, Alberto García (1875-1946), studied voice with his great aunt (Pauline Viardot), became a respected baritone, and produced an edition of his grandfather's treatise on singing (1924).[4]Paris [3]Gustave GarciaPauline Viardot[4]

31 Name of the invention: Cable car Name of the inventor: Leonardo Torres Quevedo Year or century it was invented:.1914 Origen country: España Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The aerial tramway is a type of aerial lift which uses one or two stationary ropes for support while a third moving rope provides propulsion.The grip of an aerial tramway is fixed onto the propulsion rope and cannot be decoupled from it during operations. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Discover new flavors The cable car is a means of transport that allows access to hard to reach places. Made by: Marta I. I Albert González

32 Leonardo Torres Quevedo, born in Santa Cruz de Iguña (Molledo). Was a civil engineer and mathematician Spanish in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries..

33 Name of the invention: Grapadora on the table Name of the inventor: Juan Solozábal y Juan Olivé. Year or century it was invented:. 1929 Origen country: Guipúzcoa Caracteristiques of the invention, use: the statler is used to stapling leaves Benefits who reported to the humanity: joind the Leaves. Not to lose the leaves. Made by: Arnau i Ariadna.

34 Add here a photo of the inventor Biography: Olave, Solozabal S.R.C was established on Setembar 7, 1920 in Eibar (Guipuzcoa). Juan Solozabal Mendive and Juan Olave Bilbao, two employees of Orvea S.R.c, a company producing firearms, undertook the venture of creating a new company dedicated to the production of high quality revolvers. Their frist products, covering an extensive range of 32 and 38 caliber revolvers, were manufactured under three different trademarks: El Casco (The helmet), Duque (The Duke) and Tejon (The Badger). Drills, bores, lathes, milling machines, presses, reamers, printers, polishers and galvanic baths comprised the diverse machinery required for production of the revolvers which cam to be known for their extra quality..

35 Name of the invention: Chupa-Chups Name of the inventor:Enric Bernat Year or century it was invented:.1958 Origen country: España (Catalunya) Caracteristiques of the invention, use: It is a sweet ball attached to a pole, the ball is sweet licks Benefits who reported to the humanity: Discover new flavors. Made by: Pol Grau and Marc Miranda.

36 Enric Bernat (October 20, 1923 - December 27, 2003) was the founder of the Chupa Chups lollipop company.Chupa Chupslollipop Bernat was the child of a confectioner Catalan family in the third generation and started his working life in his parents' cake shop. In the early 1950s he went to north Spain to revive an apple jam factory. As he introduced later his idea of lollipops to the investors, they left. Bernat took over the company in 1958 and renamed it to Chupa Chups.confectioner Catalan SpainapplejamChupa Chups In the 1980s Bernat failed a take-over of the insurance company to fund a new Catalan investment bank. Despite the loss, he gained ownership of Gaudi's Casa Batlló. In 1991 he passed formal control of Chupa Chups to his son Xavier. The Smint subsidiary brand/company was founded in 1994. insuranceCatalan investment bankGaudiCasa BatllóSmint Together with his wife Nuria Serra he had three sons and two daughters, all surviving him. Bernat died aged 80 at home in Barcelona on December 27, 2003.Barcelona.

37 Made by: Marc M.R. Caracteristiques of the invention, use: For some people have good taste Benefits who reported to the humanity: Cigarettes have been invaluable in the wars and the economic crisis Origen country: Spain Year or century it was invented: XVI century Name of the inventor: Beggars in Sevilla Name of the invention: Cigarro Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent

38 The origin of the cigarettes, as we know them today, dates from the sixteenth century, when the beggars in Seville began to pick up debris from the leaves of snuff, snuff shredding and rolling the ground in thin rice paper. This practice was exported by sea for much of the world, but also in Spain where they would begin to manufacture, by tobacco companies in the early nineteenth century, since before this practice was considered worthy of people of low quality..

39 Name of the invention: jeringuilla desechable Name of the inventor: Manuel Jalón Year or century it was invented:. Origen country: Caracteristiques of the invention, use: Something as simple as it has done so much good... Manuel Jalón, inventor of the mop, created the disposable hypodermic syringe, which today seems so normal that many times we do not give the required value. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Its appearance did much to health care and a vast improvement through the use of plastics in non- proliferation of diseases. Made by: 6B class

40 Biography: Manuel Jalón Corominas (Logroño, La Rioja January 31, 1925), an aeronautical engineer, Air Force officer in the Air Base and Zaragoza Spanish inventor. He invented the wringer for mops and disposable hypodermic needle. During a stay in the U.S.. UU., Jalón watched the hangars were scrubbed with a flat mop and bucket with rollers. In 1956 began the manufacture of mops using a broomstick to a tuft of cotton strips slipped into a cube, with rollers driven by a pedal. Later, the first vendor Morellón Enrique Falcón, had the idea to apply the mop name, a word that until then had been appointed a woman scrubbing. This cleaning tool has improved the quality of life for many women in Spain since the late 50's, surpassing the tradition of this country as to clean the floor without kneeling (bursitis of knee and back problems) and without hands wear bleach. Manuel Jalón, despite the great success of the invention, sold the patent to the Dutch multinational Curver BV, to pursue other projects as were the non- reusable hypodermic syringe. Although Rioja's birth, grew up in Aragon Jalón, and his inventions, he became a favorite son of the city of Zaragoza..

41 Esborrar aquest escrit i Afegir una foto de linvent Name of the invention:Talgo Name of the inventor: Alejandro Goicoechea Alejandro Goicoechea Year or century it was invented:. 1942 1942 Origen country: Leganés y Villaverde (Madrid). LeganésVillaverde Caracteristiques of the invention, use: The Articulated Light Rail Goicoechea Oriol first appeared in the 40's, and regards this as the first modern railway history. His designs were really attractive and modern, always looking for aerodynamics and style. For several years were the rulers of the world market, leading to corner the U.S. market since the mid-60 to 80 (in fact most of the trains in the U.S. are Talgo still today). The engineer Alejandro Goicoechea thanks to funding from José Luis Oriol, was the inventor of the same until his death in AD 84. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Speed in trips. Made by:Hamza and Fran and Adria

42 Omar Alejandro Goicoechea (Galdácano, Vizcaya, 1895 - Madrid 1984) was a Spanish engineer. Galdakano was born in 1895. He was the director of the construction of "Ring of Iron" fortified defense that stretched across the surrounding hills of Bilbao to protect the advance of Franco's troops during the Spanish Civil War. In 1937 he helped the national side [1] providing the details, features and weaknesses of that defensive line, which helped her break on 12 June of that year, falling days later the capital of Vizcaya in the hands of troops of the side National. The following year began the design and preparation of the train that became known by the name of Talgo (Articulated Light Rail acronym Goicoechea-Oriol) and began his career in 1941. He died at the age of 89 years in Madrid (1984)..

43 Name of the invention: COCTEL MOLOTOV Name of the inventor: Republic army militia. Year or century it was invented:. spanish Civil war Origen country: Spain Caracteristiques of the invention, use: This is one of those inventions that almost better should not have become reality. The Molotov cocktail, despite having a name "as Russian, is a Spanish invention. First appeared in the Spanish Civil War, being a cheap weapon used by the Republican Army militia, which thus alleviate the lack of weapons. In fact, the Molotov cocktail as we know it today was invented in Finland as an evolution of Spanish Molotov cocktail. Benefits who reported to the humanity: Made by: 6A class

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