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International Federation of Inventors' Associations settled the organization of World Competition of Green Inventions, World Competition of Chemical Inventions and Computer World Cup alongside its major events to emphasize the importance of clean energies, chemistry and computer as the fundamental needs of societies. Following a detailed description of each event in various years has been provided.
Eco-friendly inventions have revolutionized the way we generate energy, recycle waste and protect the planet. After all, if it weren't for such green innovation, we wouldn't have solar panels, wind turbines and hybrid cars.
However, the world is increasingly facing challenging environmental problems such as the global warming, air pollution, deforestation which must be tackled by great minds.
World Competition of Chemical Inventions was settled by IFIA to further strengthen its objective of emphasizing the significance of chemistry for the advancement of society. To this end, International Federation of Inventors’ Associations (IFIA) and the Association of Polish Inventors and Rationalizers organized the World Contest of Chemical Inventions alongside International Warsaw Invention Show in 2011. Since then this event has annually been held. The chemical inventions are evaluated by International Jury Board and IFIA Best Chemical Invention medal are awarded to the most remarkable one.
The earliest computers invented during World War II to do calculation at the military university were extremely enormous and bulky. As the technology evolved, the way was paved for PC revolution as new soft ware and segments were invented and added to the old system. Nowadays, computers have significantly changed the way we work, communicate, learn, and even do the house chores. Computers have an endless number of applications in our daily life and lead to increasing one's quality of life as well as society’s growth. To cut the long story short, computers are the ESSENCE of our modern world. If it was not for the computers, the following discoveries would not have occurred as a result of which the pace of our modern technological advancement would have been too low.