These are some of the inventions that the world owes to Mexico

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These are some of the inventions that the world owes to Mexico

These are some of the inventions that the world owes to Mexico

Mexico is a country recognized for its gastronomy and traditions, but also for being the cradle of some inventions that today are practically everywhere in the world. 02.17.2022, Sputnik World

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For this reason, every February 17, Mexico celebrates the Day of the Mexican Inventor to commemorate those who, with their knowledge, have contributed inventions ranging from color television to the birth control pill. Color television This invention that came to revolutionize the entertainment industry in the 1960s it was created by engineer Guillermo González Camarena, who made the first color transmission on January 21, 1963. González Camarena achieved his first color transmission on August 31, 1946, in his laboratory in Ciudad of Mexico, but it would be until 1963 when he could repeat the feat by transmitting the program Paraíso infantil through the XHGC frequency of Channel 5 of the Mexican Telesystem (antecedent of Televisa). Precisely the Day of the Mexican Inventor is commemorated on the same day of the birth of Camarena González, who was born on February 17, 1917. Cirrhosis treatment Victoria Chagoya, emeritus researcher at the Celu Institute of Physiology lar of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), created a drug that helps in the treatment of cirrhosis and chronic inflammation derived from other diseases. It was in 2003 when Chagoya de Sánchez created the drug IFC305, derived from adenosine, the which inhibits the inflammatory and fibrogenic response, and favors the repair of liver tissue. For this treatment, the 88-year-old researcher received the National Academy of Medicine Award, the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Award, the Award in the Area of ​​Innovation Scientist “Inventive and Innovative Mexican Women” and the Julieta Fierro Award.Mouse padThis small mat that allows a computer mouse to function properly was also a product of Mexican ingenuity. the most popular version of the mousepad: a small plastic square that does not slide across the desktop. It should be noted that a first version of the mouse pad pres Entered Jack Kelley in 1969; however, this was not designed to facilitate the use of the ‘mouse’, only to hold it.Nanogel for diabetic footTessy María López, a scientist from the Autonomous Metropolitan University (UAM) created Nanogel, a healing antiseptic that can treat infected wounds or difficult to heal, including diabetic foot, varicose ulcers, sores, abscesses and surgical injuries. His research focuses on nanomedicine, a branch of nanotechnology that develops treatments, instruments, devices and drugs with a high degree of precision. In 1995 He won the Javed Hussien prize for young scientists awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and, according to El Universal, his Nanogel earned him a nomination for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. One of the best-known Mexican inventions is the birth control pill, a key drug in the women’s sexual liberation movement in the 1960s. It was on October 15, 1951 when the Mexican researcher Luis Miramontes first synthesized the active ingredient of the contraceptive pill, norethynyltestosterone, an antiovulatory agent. It would not be until 1960 when the pill would begin to be sold in the United States United States, which revolutionized gender roles and became a bastion in the fight for women’s reproductive rights. Tortilla making machine The tortilla is basic in the Mexican diet, so it is not surprising that the machine that allows you to make hundreds of tortillas in minutes was born in Mexico. The current machine for making tortillas was patented in 1947 by Fausto Celorio, who registered a roller system for punching and transporting tortillas, which can be seen in most of the country’s tortilla shops. that although Celorio is credited with said creation, several inventors, since the mid-nineteenth century, had already tried to patent similar ideas s.Among the Mexicans who manufactured similar machines are Julián González, who presented his first model in 1859; Everardo Rodríguez, in 1904: Ramón Benítez, in 1905; the company La India, which unveiled its oven in 1915, and Luis Romero, who created a machine that worked with oil.

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Mexico is a country recognized for its gastronomy and traditions, but also for being the cradle of some inventions that today are practically everywhere in the world.

For this reason, every February 17, Mexico celebrates the Day of the Mexican Inventor to commemorate those who, with their knowledge, have contributed inventions ranging from color television to the contraceptive pill.

Color television

This invention that came to revolutionize the entertainment industry in the 1960s was created by the engineer Guillermo gonzalez camarenawho made the first color broadcast on January 21, 1963.

González Camarena achieved his first color transmission on August 31, 1946, in his laboratory in Mexico City, but it would not be until 1963 when he could repeat the feat by transmitting the program children’s paradisethrough the XHGC frequency of Channel 5 of the Mexican Telesystem (antecedent of Televisa).

Precisely the Day of the Mexican Inventor commemorates the same day of the birth of Camarena González, who was born on February 17, 1917.

Cirrhosis treatment

Victoria Chagoyaan emeritus researcher at the Institute of Cellular Physiology of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), created a drug that helps in the treatment of cirrhosis and chronic inflammation derived from other diseases.

It was in 2003 when Chagoya de Sánchez created the drug IFC305, derived from adenosine, which inhibits the inflammatory and fibrogenic response, and favors the repair of liver tissue.

For this treatment, the 88-year-old researcher received the National Academy of Medicine Award, the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Award, the “Inventive and Innovative Mexican Women” Award in the Area of ​​Scientific Innovation, and the Julieta Fierro Award.

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mousepad

This small mat that allows the proper functioning of a mouse of computers was also a product of Mexican ingenuity.

It was in 1979 when the Mexican Armando Fernandezwho used to work at Xerox, created the most popular version of the mousepad: a small plastic square that doesn’t slide around on the desktop.

It should be noted that a first version of the mouse pad it was introduced by Jack Kelley in 1969; however, this was not intended to facilitate the use of the ‘mouse’, only to hold it.

Nanogel for diabetic foot

The scientist from the Autonomous Metropolitan University (UAM) Tessy Maria Lopez created Nanogel, a healing antiseptic that can treat infected or difficult-to-heal wounds, including diabetic foot, varicose ulcers, sores, abscesses and surgical injuries.

His research focuses on nanomedicine, a branch of nanotechnology that develops treatments, instruments, devices and drugs with a high degree of precision.

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In 1995 he won the Javed Hussien Prize for young scientists awarded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and, according to The universalhis Nanogel earned him a nomination for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

birth control pill

One of the best-known Mexican inventions is the birth control pill, a key drug in the women’s sexual liberation movement in the 1960s.

It was on October 15, 1951 when the Mexican researcher Louis Miramontes first synthesized the active ingredient in the birth control pill, norethynyltestosterone, an antiovulatory agent.

It would not be until 1960 when the pill would begin to be sold in the United States, which revolutionized gender roles and became a bastion in the fight for women’s reproductive rights.

tortilla making machine

The tortilla is basic in the Mexican diet, so it is not surprising that the machine that allows you to make hundreds of tortillas in minutes was born in Mexico.

The current machine for making tortillas was patented in 1947 by Fausto Celorio, who registered a roller system for punching and transporting tortillas, which can be seen in most of the country’s tortilla shops.

It should be noted that although Celorio is credited with said creation, several inventors, since the mid-19th century, had already tried to patent similar ideas.

Among the Mexicans who made similar machines are Julián González, who presented his first model in 1859; Everardo Rodríguez, in 1904: Ramón Benítez, in 1905; the company La India, which unveiled its oven in 1915, and Luis Romero, who created a machine that worked with oil.

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These are some of the inventions that the world owes to Mexico