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TechnologyEdit

  1. Technology
  2. History of technology
  3. Engineering
  4. Artificial intelligence
  5. Biotechnology
  6. Genetic Engineering
  7. Nanotechnology
  8. Nuclear technology
  9. Cotton
  10. Tool
  11. Irrigation
    1. Plough

ElectronicsEdit

  1. Electronics
    1. Capacitance
    2. Gain
    3. Electric charge
    4. Current (electricity)
    5. Electrical resistance
    6. Frequency
    7. Inductance
    8. Reactance
  2. Components
    1. Battery (electricity)
    2. Capacitor
    3. Diode
    4. Incandescent light bulb
    5. Inductor
    6. Integrated circuit
    7. Resistor
    8. Semiconductor
    9. Transformer
    10. Transistor

Energy and raw materialsEdit

  1. Electricity
  2. Fossil fuel
    1. Coal
    2. Petroleum
  3. Geothermal power
  4. Hydropower
  5. Nuclear power
  6. Renewable energy
  7. Solar power
  8. Wind power
  9. Paper
  10. Wood

Food and healthEdit

  1. Pasteurization
  2. Penicillin
  3. Refrigerator
  4. Stove
  5. Vaccine
  6. X-ray

Information technologyEdit

  1. Information technology
  2. Computer science
    1. Algorithm
    2. Compiler
    3. Computer graphics
    4. Numerical integration
    5. Search engine
  3. Abacus
  4. Calculator
  5. Computer
    1. Booting
    2. Hard disk
    3. Motherboard
    4. Central processing unit
    5. RAM
  6. Cryptography
    1. Encryption
    2. Password
  7. Operating system
    1. BSD / Unix
    2. Linux
    3. Mac OS
    4. Microsoft Windows
    5. MS-DOS
    6. Multics
    7. OpenVMS
  8. Programming language
    1. BASIC
    2. C
    3. C++
    4. COBOL
    5. Python
    6. FORTRAN
    7. Java
    8. Javascript
    9. PHP
    10. SQL
  9. Programming paradigm
    1. Functional programming
    2. Object oriented programming
    3. Structured programming
  10. Software
    1. Database
    2. Open-source software
    3. Spreadsheet
    4. Word processor
  11. User interface
    1. Keyboard
    2. Computer monitor
    3. Mouse (computing)
    4. Touch screen

Material and chemicalEdit

  1. Fire
  2. Explosive material
    1. Dynamite
    2. Gasoline
    3. Gunpowder
    4. Kerosene
  3. Metallurgy
  4. Plastic
  5. Rubber

Mechanical and structural engineeringEdit

  1. Mechanical engineering
  2. Engine
    1. Electric motor
    2. Internal combustion engine
    3. Jet engine
    4. Steam engine
  3. Simple machines:
    1. Inclined plane
    2. Lever
    3. Pulley
    4. Screw
    5. Wedge
    6. Wheel
  4. Structural engineering
  5. Arch
  6. Bridge:
    1. Akashi Kaikyō Bridge
    2. Atchafalaya Basin Bridge
    3. Bang Na Expressway
    4. Brooklyn Bridge
    5. Chesapeake Bay Bridge
    6. Fehmarn Belt bridge
    7. George Washington Bridge
    8. Golden Gate Bridge
    9. Great Belt Bridge
    10. Hangzhou Bay Bridge
    11. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
    12. London Bridge
    13. Oresund Bridge, Tampa Bay Bridge
    14. Tower Bridge
    15. Verrazano Narrows Bridge
  7. Canal: Erie Canal, Panama Canal, Suez Canal
  8. Dam: Hoover Dam
  9. Dome
  10. House
  11. Hammer, Nail
  12. Pyramid
  13. Tower

Media and communicationEdit

  1. Telecommunication
  2. Compact disc
  3. Internet
    1. E-mail
    2. Transmission Control Protocol
    3. World Wide Web
      1. Web browser
    4. HTTP
    5. HTML
  4. Microphone
  5. Mobile phone
  6. Photography
  7. Printing press
  8. Printing
  9. Radio
  10. Telegraph
  11. Telephone
  12. Television
  13. Typewriter
  14. Video

Navigation and timekeepingEdit

  1. Clock
  2. Compass
  3. Global Positioning System (GPS)
  4. Gyroscope
  5. Pendulum
  6. Radar
  7. Sonar
  8. Sundial

OpticalEdit

  1. Camera
  2. Glasses
  3. Laser
  4. Lens
  5. Microscope
  6. Prism
  7. Telescope

SpaceEdit

  1. Atacama Large Millimeter Array
  2. Great Observatories program
  3. Herschel Space Observatory
  4. Hubble Space Telescope
  5. International Space Station
  6. Moon landing
  7. NASA
  8. Project Apollo
  9. Rocket
  10. Satellite
  11. Soyuz
  12. Space Shuttle
  13. Space station
  14. European Space Agency

TransportationEdit

  1. Transport
  2. Vehicle
  3. Aircraft
  4. Automobile (Car)
    1. Groups:
      1. Audi
      2. BMW
      3. Cadillac
      4. Chevrolet
      5. Chrysler
      6. Citroen
      7. Dodge
      8. Fiat
      9. Ford
      10. General Motors
      11. Honda
      12. Hyundai
      13. Kia
      14. Lada
      15. Lincoln
      16. Mercedes-Benz
      17. Nissan
      18. Opel
      19. Peugot
      20. Renault
      21. Rover
      22. Rolls-Royce
      23. Saab
      24. Tata
      25. Toyota
      26. Volkswagon
      27. Yugo
    2. Cars:
      1. Austin Mini
      2. BMW 3-Series
      3. Buick LeSabre
      4. Chevrolet Camaro
      5. Chevrolet Cavalier
      6. Chevrolet Corvette
      7. Chevrolet Impala
      8. Chevrolet Suburban
      9. Chrysler Town and County
      10. Citroen 2CV
      11. Fiat 500
      12. Fiat Punto
      13. Ford Crown Victoria
      14. Ford Explorer
      15. Ford F-Series
      16. Ford Model A
      17. Ford Model T
      18. Ford Mustang
      19. Ford Taurus
      20. Ford Thunderbird
      21. Honda Accord
      22. Honda Civic
      23. Land Rover
      24. Mazda 323
      25. Mitsubishi Galant
      26. Oldsmobile Cutlass
      27. Opel Astra
      28. Opel Corsa
      29. Toyota Camry
      30. Toyota Corolla
      31. Volkswagon Beetle
      32. Volkswagon Passat
  5. Bicycle
  6. Boat
  7. Bus
  8. Elevator/Lift
  9. Helicopter
  10. Fixed-wing aircraft
  11. Motorcycle
  12. Railroad
  13. Rapid transit
  14. Saddle
  15. Ship
  16. Stirrup
  17. Train

WeaponsEdit

  1. Weapon
  2. Artillery
  3. Axe
  4. Bow
  5. Firearm
  6. Handgun
  7. Knife
  8. Machine gun
  9. Nuclear weapon
  10. Rifle
  11. Spear
  12. Submarine
  13. Sword
  14. Tank