Biographies of Scientists and Inventors

Biographies of Scientists and Inventors
  • Alexander Graham Bell - Invented the telephone.
  • Rachel Carson - Founder of environmental science.
  • George Washington Carver - Botanist who was called the "farmers best friend."
  • Francis Crick and James Watson - Discovered the structure of the DNA molecule.
  • Marie Curie - Physicist who discovered radioactivity. 
  • Leonardo da Vinci - Inventor and artist from the Renaissance.
  • Thomas Edison - Invented the light bulb, phonograph, and the motion picture.
  • Albert Einstein - Came up with the Theory of Relativity and the equation E=mc2.
  • Henry Ford - Invented the Model T Ford, the first mass produced car.
  • Ben Franklin - Inventor and Founding Father of the United States.
  • Galileo - First used the telescope to view the planets and stars.
  • Jane Goodall - Studied chimpanzees in the wild for many years.
  • Johannes Gutenberg - Invented the printing press.
  • Stephen Hawking - Discovered Hawking Radiation and wrote A Brief History in Time.
  • Antoine Lavoisier - Father of modern chemistry.
  • Isaac Newton - Discovered the theory of gravity and the three laws of motion.
  • Louis Pasteur - Discovered pasteurization, vaccines, and founded the science of germ theory.
  • The Wright Brothers - Invented the first airplane

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