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All of these advances led British physicist Joseph Wilson Swan 
to invent the lightbulb. Swan received the patent in 1860, but 
only in Great Britain, and was not recognized worldwide as the 
inventor of the lightbulb. It could be said that Edison only 
improved upon Swan's invention, with the British physicist 
being the actual inventor of the lightbul
Another person that needs mentioning when explaining the 
invention of the lightbulb is Nikola Tesla, who is often forgotten 
when it comes to the invention of the lightbulb. Tesla was the 
one who discovered alternating current, which greatly 
extended the life of lightbulbs
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Highlights

From the Editor - Ruchika Rawan

From the Editor - Ruchika Rawan

The Inventions that have changed the world

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 - Thomas Alva Edison Vs Nikola Tesla

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