Juan de la Cierva y Codorníu, 1st Count of De La Cierva (21 September 1895 – 9 December 1936) was a Spanish civil engineer, pilot and aeronuatical engineer. His most famous accomplishment was the invention in 1920 of the Autogiro, a single-rotor type of aircraft that came to be called autogyro in the English language. After four years of experimentation, De la Cierva developed the articulated rotor which resulted in the world’s first successful flight of a stable rotary-wing aircraft in 1923 with his C.4 prototype.
David and cristina 10 years old. 5B, Salvador Espriu school Badalona
In 1934 Rudolf Gundlach constructed a reversible tank periscope which without the change of the position still had the visual field of 360 degrees. This invention is applied up till today. It was patented in France, Great Britain and Sweden. German and Russians stole plans of the periscope away.
By Michał Łakiszyk (13)
Rudolf Gundlach (1894-1957)
He was born on September 24, 1905 in the city of Luarca, a town located in the Principality of Asturias. On the death of his father’s family moved to Malaga, where he studied high school, and in 1922 he began his medical studies at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Madrid, where he received his PhD in any1929.
In the second year of studies met the professor of physiology Juan Negrin, later Prime Minister of Spain during the Second Republic, with whom he worked in the laboratory of Physiology of the Student Residence and focused on the energy metabolism with special attention to the phosphorylated molecules. During his period of residence in the laboratory of the Residencia de Estudiantes, Ochoa put up a method for the determination of creatinine. By Juan Ramon (11 years old). Badalona.
Leonardo Torres Quevedo was “the most prodigious inventor of his time,” occupies a place of outstanding universal relief in the history of Science and Technology. He invented the first remote control device, the Telekino (1902), built the first passenger cableway in the world, the ferry Monte Ulia (1907), and, above all, his theoretical work summit on Automatic Test (1914), his chess (1914, 1922) and electromechanical aritmómetro (1920), the first computer to present sense of history, being implemented in several decades of computer pioneers of the twentieth century.
Alba i Carla, (11 years old). Salvador Espriu School. Badalona.
Every Monday after classes we have got eTwinning meetings. There are three really nice girls who are every week on this meeting. We put posts on the blog, make photos and we work hard 😉
Greetings for everybody 🙂
Marotti is an extreme vehicle. This three-wheeled car has to combine the dynamics of motorcycle Security and ease of driving. The design will focus delivering driving pleasure, enjoy the looks, sporty performance and conduct. The name is an acronym from MArkus ROgalski Threewheeler Technology Incorporation. It was found in Gorzow Wielkopolski, west of Poland.
By Kamila2705 and 3vva ;D
K-202 was a 16-bit minicomputer, invented by Polish scientist Jacek Karpiński between 1971-1973 in cooperation with British companies Data-Loop and M.B. Metals. Approximately 30 units were produced. The later production was halted as it was not in line with the ES EVM (Unified System of Electronic Computers in the Soviet Union) causing the inventor to emigrate. The K-202 had two main rivals Data General SuperNOVA minicomputer (United States) and the CTL Modular One (United Kingdom), although those were far more expensive to produce.
My name is Kamila.
I live in Droszków.
I’m 15 years old.
I like listening to music :))