9 Mind-Blowing Inventions That You Did Not Know Were Made By Pakistanis

Pakistanis are pure genius… We just don’t say it, we can prove it. Here is the list of some of the amazing inventions made by Pakistanis, followed/ practiced/ used by people around the globe.

1. Fertilizers With Non-Explosive Materials

Recently a Pakistani fertilizer company invented a new formula to make fertilizers that cannot be converted into bomb-making materials. Previously, fertilizers with ammonium nitrate, were easily converted into bomb-making ingredients.

2. Successful Brain-Silicon Chip Connection

Dr. Naweed Syed is the first scientist who managed to “connect brain cells to a silicon chip”. This Pakistani helped the world achieve a great milestone. This discovery will significantly help in the research of integrating computers with the human brains in order to assist people monitor vital signs control artificial limbs, correct memory loss or vision impairment.

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Driverless truck corridor from Mexico to Manitoba proposed – Corridor would follow Route 83 from Mexico through U.S., up to Manitoba, Canada

By Clare Clancy

Trucks hauling cargo from Canada through the United States to Mexico and back navigate border crossings without the need for passports, visas or even a driver to steer them.

It’s an idea that’s not too far-fetched, says a group that met in North Dakota last week.

Marlo Anderson with the Central North American Trade Corridor Association says members are working to turn the idea into reality.

The plan is for an autonomous vehicle corridor along Route 83, which runs north-south through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. The road then continues into Manitoba.

A study into the feasibility of the project is being planned and Anderson says the group wants to travel to communities along the corridor to gain support.

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