PETRACHE POENARU - The Fountain Pen inventor. Poenaru, who had studied in Paris and Vienna and, later, completed his specialized studies in England, was a mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor. While a student in Paris, Petrache Poenaru invented the world's first fountain pen, an invention for which the French Government issued a patent on 25 May 1827.
Victor Babeș Vienna – Bucharest) was a Romanian physician, bacteriologist, academician and professor. One of the founders of modern microbiology, Victor Babeș is author of one of the first treatises of bacteriology in the world.
NICOLAE PAULESCU - The true inventor of INSULIN. Encyclopedias, however, presents the two, Frederick Banting and Charles Best who, that in 1922, were to receive the Nobel Prize in Paulescu's detriment. With eight months before Paulescu published in a specialist Belgian journal the results of his research entitled "Recherches sur le pancreas du roller dans l'assimilation nutritive. " Just that it was not called insulin, but pancreina.
GEORGE (GOGU) CONSTANTINESCU - The creator of the theory of sonics George (Gogu) Constantinescu was a Romanian scientist, engineer and inventor. During his career, he registered over 130 inventions. He is the creator of the theory of sonics, a new branch of continuum mechanics, in which he described the transmission of mechanical energy through vibrations.Among his inventions are a mechanical torque converter, a sonic engine and a hydraulic machine-gun synchronizer (or interrupter gear)