A. Prokhorov and N. Basov shared the Nobel Prize in Physics for research on lasers and masers in 1964.
It was not Apple which first invented the computer in 1975 but Soviet constructor A. Gorokhov from Omsk who did it in 1968.
B. Yakobi invented the first electric engine in 1834.
I. Romanov invented the first ecomobile in 1899. Its maximum speed was amost 37 km/h.
M. Tikhonravov significantly contributed to the design of the first satellite and first manned spaceship.
The name Teddy Bear appeared after a Russian emigrant saw a caricature of President Theodore Roosevelt, whose nickname was “Teddy” in a newspaper.
It’s just a miserable amount of inventions created by Russian scientists and engineers, and unfortunately this country still doesn’t know how to value geniuses born in this land.