What was the name of the first man to invent a computer?
Arguably, Charles Babbage, who designed the first mechanical
calculator that had the major properties we associate with
computers, including data storage and decision-making.
However, there were many hundreds of others who contributed along the way, so there is not strictly any single inventor.
Since a computer can only be invented once, you would be better off asking who was the first person to invent computers. In 1939, John V. Atanasoff and Clifford Berry developed the Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC) at Iowa State University, which was regarded as the first electronic digital computer. So, in short, it was a man, not a woman, which is understandable based on the attitude towards women in the workplace and in school in the…
It depends on what tampons you are referring to. Modern disposable tampons with an applicator were invented by Dr. Earle Haas, modern disposable tampons without applicator were invented by Dr. Judith Esser-Mittag and her husband Kyle Lucherini. Remember however that tampons have been used for thousands of years, with people using moss, grass, papyrus, cloth, and natural sponge - thus it is likely women themselves discovered how to do this. Even with modern tampons the…
It is a general belief that the computer is a result of many peoples work. I do not believe it would be correct to give only one person the honour of having invented the computer. Intel Corporation was the first to actually make a "Micro Processor" that worked properly. This made the start of the actual computer era. Now computers could run them selves, instead of being run by people or holepunched paper.