Sweden has had a long history of inventions and discoveries. Ever since the 17th century, Swedish scientists have played an instrumental role in the industrial, economic and cultural development of the country and the world at large. From Anders Celsius and his invention of the 100 point thermometer scale to the current day Adam Dunkels and his invention of MicroIP that allows car keys and credit cards to communicate using Internet Protocol, Sweden has had a bevy of scientists who have been breeding on innovation and invention. The pacemaker that regulates the heartbeat was invented by the Swedish scientist Rune Elmqvist and so was ultrasound by Swedish physician and scientist Inge Edler. Motor vehicle safety reached a new level with the invention of the three-point seat belt. Do you know that Swedish inventor Nil Bohlin’s safety belt safeguards one life every six minutes? Thanks to the revolutionary paper packing system of TetraPak, we no longer have to carry our liquids and semi-liquids in glass bottles. Conceptualised by Erik Wallenberg and produced by Ruben Rausing, TetraPak has highly influenced modern lifestyle. To know more interesting facts about famous Swedish scientists, their life, their discoveries and findings and their research, read further.