The introduction of artificially frozen food

Save to playlist
Share video
Create Clip
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
The introduction of artificially frozen food
Community clip
Clip from Aussie Inventions that Changed the World  |  Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  July 29, 2019

Following the success of James Harrison’s commercial ice-maker in Victoria during the 1850s, engineer Eugene Nicolle and wealthy businessman Thomas Stucliffe Mort teamed up in Sydney to make further progress in refrigeration. Their feat: building the world’s first freezer works. In doing so, the duo invented the first process for preserving food by artificially freezing it. However, despite their achievement, they would still need to allay public fears by proving the food remained delicious once

Following the success of James Harrison’s commercial ice-maker in Victoria during the 1850s, engineer Eugene Nicolle and wealthy businessman Thomas Stucliffe Mort teamed up in Sydney to make further progress in refrigeration. Their feat: building the world’s first freezer works. In doing so, the duo invented the first process for preserving food by artificially freezing it. However, despite their achievement, they would still need to allay public fears by proving the food remained delicious once

Community clip
Save to playlist

Related clips

Videos in series

See all in series

Design and technologies related videos

See all design and technologies related videos
Loading...