According to Paul Israel's biography of Thomas A. Edison, Edison received 1,093 U.S. patents. There by earning the title of history's most prolific inventor.
more then 1000
over 1000 inventions from "The Wizard of Menlo Park"
Thomas Edison holds a record of over 1000 invention patents. His list of innovative inventions include: light bulb, phonograph, movie camera, carbon microphone, and mimeograph.
Thomas Alwa Edison is a renowned scientist whos has petented inventions of nearly 1000. He invented the electric bulb, grama phone, cinema to name a few
Thomas A. Edison
Thomas Alva Edison
created over 1000 inventions including the light bulb phonograph (record player) and movie camera
we use over 1000. Thomas Edison made a big in pact in our lives. if it wasn't for him we still be using candles!!
Thomas EdisonThe "Wizard of Menlo Park", Thomas Edison held 1,093 US patents.
You'll need to go to a site that can give you a more extensive list of Edison's inventions. You'll also need to distinguish between inventions (significantly new or completely new ideas) and simple patents (improvements over existing ideas). Edison registered just over 1000 patents in the U.S.
Thomas Edison was a well respected scientist with over 1000 patents, exact number would be 1093
thomas alva edision was a great inventer he invented about 1000 inventions!
Yes; Edison had more than 1000 patents.
electricity was invented by Thomas Edison in the 30s and it took him 1000 try's before he succeed
Thomas Alva Edison
Edison was was the 4th most prolific inventor, with more than 1000 patents in his name. Tthey included a practical electric light bulb, the phonograph, and the motion picture camera.
one of the greatest inventors of all time no one like him... in history most people invent 1 or 2 things but Thomas Alva Edison is the biggest inventor because he invented more than 1000 products..(1038) so he is the real legend but another important thing is that he is not very good in acadamics, he left school at the age 10 so he would do his research and studying all on his own, and mad inventions through his own ideas..