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“Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth.”


Archimedes of Syracuse, 287 BC to 212 BC (75)


Vocation
Mathematician, Inventor, Scientist, Engineer and Astronomer.


Known for
Volume of a solid, Calculating Pi, Archimedes’ principle, Archimedes’ screw,
Hydrostatics, Levers, Infinitesimals, Inventor of the Claw of Archimedes,
Heat ray and the Odometer.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth.”


Archimedes of Syracuse, 287 BC to 212 BC (75)


Vocation
Mathematician, Inventor, Scientist, Engineer and Astronomer.


Known for
Volume of a solid, Calculating Pi, Archimedes’ principle, Archimedes’ screw,
Hydrostatics, Levers, Infinitesimals, Inventor of the Claw of Archimedes,
Heat ray and the Odometer.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth.”


Archimedes of Syracuse, 287 BC to 212 BC (75)


Vocation
Mathematician, Inventor, Scientist, Engineer and Astronomer.


Known for
Volume of a solid, Calculating Pi, Archimedes’ principle, Archimedes’ screw,
Hydrostatics, Levers, Infinitesimals, Inventor of the Claw of Archimedes,
Heat ray and the Odometer.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth.”


Archimedes of Syracuse, 287 BC to 212 BC (75)


Vocation
Mathematician, Inventor, Scientist, Engineer and Astronomer.


Known for
Volume of a solid, Calculating Pi, Archimedes’ principle, Archimedes’ screw,
Hydrostatics, Levers, Infinitesimals, Inventor of the Claw of Archimedes,
Heat ray and the Odometer.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Give me a place to stand on, and I will move the Earth.”


Archimedes of Syracuse, 287 BC to 212 BC (75)


Vocation
Mathematician, Inventor, Scientist, Engineer and Astronomer.


Known for
Volume of a solid, Calculating Pi, Archimedes’ principle, Archimedes’ screw,
Hydrostatics, Levers, Infinitesimals, Inventor of the Claw of Archimedes,
Heat ray and the Odometer.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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Aristotle of Greece A
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“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.”


Aristotle of Greece, 384 BC to 322 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Biologist, Zoologist, Physicist, Logician, Musician, Poet, Actor and Politician.


Known for
Golden Mean, Aristotelian logic, Syllogism, Hexis, Hylomorphism and Theory of the Soul.


Education
Peripatetic School and Founder of Aristotelianism.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Pythias (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.”


Aristotle of Greece, 384 BC to 322 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Biologist, Zoologist, Physicist, Logician, Musician, Poet, Actor and Politician.


Known for
Golden Mean, Aristotelian logic, Syllogism, Hexis, Hylomorphism and Theory of the Soul.


Education
Peripatetic School and Founder of Aristotelianism.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Pythias (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.”


Aristotle of Greece, 384 BC to 322 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Biologist, Zoologist, Physicist, Logician, Musician, Poet, Actor and Politician.


Known for
Golden Mean, Aristotelian logic, Syllogism, Hexis, Hylomorphism and Theory of the Soul.


Education
Peripatetic School and Founder of Aristotelianism.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Pythias (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.”


Aristotle of Greece, 384 BC to 322 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Biologist, Zoologist, Physicist, Logician, Musician, Poet, Actor and Politician.


Known for
Golden Mean, Aristotelian logic, Syllogism, Hexis, Hylomorphism and Theory of the Soul.


Education
Peripatetic School and Founder of Aristotelianism.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Pythias (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.”


Aristotle of Greece, 384 BC to 322 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Biologist, Zoologist, Physicist, Logician, Musician, Poet, Actor and Politician.


Known for
Golden Mean, Aristotelian logic, Syllogism, Hexis, Hylomorphism and Theory of the Soul.


Education
Peripatetic School and Founder of Aristotelianism.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Pythias (Spouse) and 2 Children.



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“Decisiveness is often the art of timely cruelty.”


Henri Becquerel, 15 December 1852 to 25 August 1908 (55)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of Radioactivity.


Education
École Polytechnique and École des Ponts et Chaussées.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1900), Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Barnard Medal (1905) and ForMemRS (1908).


Personal
French Citizen, Louise (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Decisiveness is often the art of timely cruelty.”


Henri Becquerel, 15 December 1852 to 25 August 1908 (55)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of Radioactivity.


Education
École Polytechnique and École des Ponts et Chaussées.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1900), Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Barnard Medal (1905) and ForMemRS (1908).


Personal
French Citizen, Louise (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Decisiveness is often the art of timely cruelty.”


Henri Becquerel, 15 December 1852 to 25 August 1908 (55)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of Radioactivity.


Education
École Polytechnique and École des Ponts et Chaussées.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1900), Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Barnard Medal (1905) and ForMemRS (1908).


Personal
French Citizen, Louise (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Decisiveness is often the art of timely cruelty.”


Henri Becquerel, 15 December 1852 to 25 August 1908 (55)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of Radioactivity.


Education
École Polytechnique and École des Ponts et Chaussées.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1900), Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Barnard Medal (1905) and ForMemRS (1908).


Personal
French Citizen, Louise (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Decisiveness is often the art of timely cruelty.”


Henri Becquerel, 15 December 1852 to 25 August 1908 (55)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of Radioactivity.


Education
École Polytechnique and École des Ponts et Chaussées.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1900), Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Barnard Medal (1905) and ForMemRS (1908).


Personal
French Citizen, Louise (Spouse) and 1 Child.



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“To ask the value of speech is like asking the value of life.”


Alexander Graham Bell, 3 March 1847 to 2 August 1922 (75)


Vocation
Inventor, Scientist, Engineer, Professor and Teacher of the Deaf.


Known for
Inventor of the Telephone, Photophone, Metal Detector, Hydroplane and Motor-powered heavier-than-air aircraft with tetrahedral wings.


Education
University of Edinburgh and University College London. Honorary Degrees with Gallaudet College (Ph.D. in 1880), University of Würzburg (Ph.D. in 1882), Heidelberg University (M.D. in 1886), Harvard University (LL.D. in 1896), Illinois College (LL.D. in 1896), Amherst College (LL.D. in 1901), St. Andrew’s University (LL.D in 1902), University of Oxford (D.Sc. in 1906), University of Edinburgh (LL.D. in 1906), George Washington University (LL.D. in 1913), Queen’s University (LL.D. in 1908 and the Dartmouth College (LL.D. in 1913).


Awards
Albert Medal (1902), John Fritz Medal (1907) and Elliott Cresson Medal (1912).


Personal
Scottish, Canadian and American Citizen, Mabel (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“To ask the value of speech is like asking the value of life.”


Alexander Graham Bell, 3 March 1847 to 2 August 1922 (75)


Vocation
Inventor, Scientist, Engineer, Professor and Teacher of the Deaf.


Known for
Inventor of the Telephone, Photophone, Metal Detector, Hydroplane and Motor-powered heavier-than-air aircraft with tetrahedral wings.


Education
University of Edinburgh and University College London. Honorary Degrees with Gallaudet College (Ph.D. in 1880), University of Würzburg (Ph.D. in 1882), Heidelberg University (M.D. in 1886), Harvard University (LL.D. in 1896), Illinois College (LL.D. in 1896), Amherst College (LL.D. in 1901), St. Andrew’s University (LL.D in 1902), University of Oxford (D.Sc. in 1906), University of Edinburgh (LL.D. in 1906), George Washington University (LL.D. in 1913), Queen’s University (LL.D. in 1908 and the Dartmouth College (LL.D. in 1913).


Awards
Albert Medal (1902), John Fritz Medal (1907) and Elliott Cresson Medal (1912).


Personal
Scottish, Canadian and American Citizen, Mabel (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“To ask the value of speech is like asking the value of life.”


Alexander Graham Bell, 3 March 1847 to 2 August 1922 (75)


Vocation
Inventor, Scientist, Engineer, Professor and Teacher of the Deaf.


Known for
Inventor of the Telephone, Photophone, Metal Detector, Hydroplane and Motor-powered heavier-than-air aircraft with tetrahedral wings.


Education
University of Edinburgh and University College London. Honorary Degrees with Gallaudet College (Ph.D. in 1880), University of Würzburg (Ph.D. in 1882), Heidelberg University (M.D. in 1886), Harvard University (LL.D. in 1896), Illinois College (LL.D. in 1896), Amherst College (LL.D. in 1901), St. Andrew’s University (LL.D in 1902), University of Oxford (D.Sc. in 1906), University of Edinburgh (LL.D. in 1906), George Washington University (LL.D. in 1913), Queen’s University (LL.D. in 1908 and the Dartmouth College (LL.D. in 1913).


Awards
Albert Medal (1902), John Fritz Medal (1907) and Elliott Cresson Medal (1912).


Personal
Scottish, Canadian and American Citizen, Mabel (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“To ask the value of speech is like asking the value of life.”


Alexander Graham Bell, 3 March 1847 to 2 August 1922 (75)


Vocation
Inventor, Scientist, Engineer, Professor and Teacher of the Deaf.


Known for
Inventor of the Telephone, Photophone, Metal Detector, Hydroplane and Motor-powered heavier-than-air aircraft with tetrahedral wings.


Education
University of Edinburgh and University College London. Honorary Degrees with Gallaudet College (Ph.D. in 1880), University of Würzburg (Ph.D. in 1882), Heidelberg University (M.D. in 1886), Harvard University (LL.D. in 1896), Illinois College (LL.D. in 1896), Amherst College (LL.D. in 1901), St. Andrew’s University (LL.D in 1902), University of Oxford (D.Sc. in 1906), University of Edinburgh (LL.D. in 1906), George Washington University (LL.D. in 1913), Queen’s University (LL.D. in 1908 and the Dartmouth College (LL.D. in 1913).


Awards
Albert Medal (1902), John Fritz Medal (1907) and Elliott Cresson Medal (1912).


Personal
Scottish, Canadian and American Citizen, Mabel (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“To ask the value of speech is like asking the value of life.”


Alexander Graham Bell, 3 March 1847 to 2 August 1922 (75)


Vocation
Inventor, Scientist, Engineer, Professor and Teacher of the Deaf.


Known for
Inventor of the Telephone, Photophone, Metal Detector, Hydroplane and Motor-powered heavier-than-air aircraft with tetrahedral wings.


Education
University of Edinburgh and University College London. Honorary Degrees with Gallaudet College (Ph.D. in 1880), University of Würzburg (Ph.D. in 1882), Heidelberg University (M.D. in 1886), Harvard University (LL.D. in 1896), Illinois College (LL.D. in 1896), Amherst College (LL.D. in 1901), St. Andrew’s University (LL.D in 1902), University of Oxford (D.Sc. in 1906), University of Edinburgh (LL.D. in 1906), George Washington University (LL.D. in 1913), Queen’s University (LL.D. in 1908 and the Dartmouth College (LL.D. in 1913).


Awards
Albert Medal (1902), John Fritz Medal (1907) and Elliott Cresson Medal (1912).


Personal
Scottish, Canadian and American Citizen, Mabel (Spouse) and 4 Children.



Bernoulli, Daniel B
Bernoulli, Daniel B
Bernoulli, Daniel B
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“There is no philosophy which is not founded upon knowledge of the phenomena, but to get any profit from this knowledge it is absolutely necessary to be a mathematician.”


Daniel Bernoulli, 8 February 1700 to 17 March 1782 (82)


Vocation
Mathematician, Physicist and Medical Doctor.


Known for
Hydrodynamica, Measure of Blood Pressure, Bernoulli’s Principle in Aerodynamics and Early kinetic theory of gases.


Education
University of Basel (M.D., 1721), Heidelberg University and University of Strasbourg.


Personal
Swiss Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“There is no philosophy which is not founded upon knowledge of the phenomena, but to get any profit from this knowledge it is absolutely necessary to be a mathematician.”


Daniel Bernoulli, 8 February 1700 to 17 March 1782 (82)


Vocation
Mathematician, Physicist and Medical Doctor.


Known for
Hydrodynamica, Measure of Blood Pressure, Bernoulli’s Principle in Aerodynamics and Early kinetic theory of gases.


Education
University of Basel (M.D., 1721), Heidelberg University and University of Strasbourg.


Personal
Swiss Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“There is no philosophy which is not founded upon knowledge of the phenomena, but to get any profit from this knowledge it is absolutely necessary to be a mathematician.”


Daniel Bernoulli, 8 February 1700 to 17 March 1782 (82)


Vocation
Mathematician, Physicist and Medical Doctor.


Known for
Hydrodynamica, Measure of Blood Pressure, Bernoulli’s Principle in Aerodynamics and Early kinetic theory of gases.


Education
University of Basel (M.D., 1721), Heidelberg University and University of Strasbourg.


Personal
Swiss Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“There is no philosophy which is not founded upon knowledge of the phenomena, but to get any profit from this knowledge it is absolutely necessary to be a mathematician.”


Daniel Bernoulli, 8 February 1700 to 17 March 1782 (82)


Vocation
Mathematician, Physicist and Medical Doctor.


Known for
Hydrodynamica, Measure of Blood Pressure, Bernoulli’s Principle in Aerodynamics and Early kinetic theory of gases.


Education
University of Basel (M.D., 1721), Heidelberg University and University of Strasbourg.


Personal
Swiss Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“There is no philosophy which is not founded upon knowledge of the phenomena, but to get any profit from this knowledge it is absolutely necessary to be a mathematician.”


Daniel Bernoulli, 8 February 1700 to 17 March 1782 (82)


Vocation
Mathematician, Physicist and Medical Doctor.


Known for
Hydrodynamica, Measure of Blood Pressure, Bernoulli’s Principle in Aerodynamics and Early kinetic theory of gases.


Education
University of Basel (M.D., 1721), Heidelberg University and University of Strasbourg.


Personal
Swiss Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



Blodgett, Katharine Burr B
Blodgett, Katharine Burr B
Blodgett, Katharine Burr B
Blodgett, Katharine Burr B
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“Anyone who wishes to measure the thickness of a film which is only a few millionths of an inch thick.”


Katharine Burr Blodgett, January 10, 1898 to October 12, 1979 (81)


Vocation
Physicist, Chemist and Inventor.


Known for
Inventor of the gauge for measuring thickness of thin films, Finds method to spread films of a single molecule in thickness and inventor of “invisible” glass.


Education
Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, University of Chicago and Sir Ernest Rutherford’s Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University.


Awards
Progress Medal. Photographic Society of America, Garvan Medal of the American Chemical Society, Honorary Doctorates: Elmira College, Western College, Brown University, Russell Sage College, American Physical Society Fellow and Optical Society of America Member.


Personal
American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Anyone who wishes to measure the thickness of a film which is only a few millionths of an inch thick.”


Katharine Burr Blodgett, January 10, 1898 to October 12, 1979 (81)


Vocation
Physicist, Chemist and Inventor.


Known for
Inventor of the gauge for measuring thickness of thin films, Finds method to spread films of a single molecule in thickness and inventor of “invisible” glass.


Education
Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, University of Chicago and Sir Ernest Rutherford’s Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University.


Awards
Progress Medal. Photographic Society of America, Garvan Medal of the American Chemical Society, Honorary Doctorates: Elmira College, Western College, Brown University, Russell Sage College, American Physical Society Fellow and Optical Society of America Member.


Personal
American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Anyone who wishes to measure the thickness of a film which is only a few millionths of an inch thick.”


Katharine Burr Blodgett, January 10, 1898 to October 12, 1979 (81)


Vocation
Physicist, Chemist and Inventor.


Known for
Inventor of the gauge for measuring thickness of thin films, Finds method to spread films of a single molecule in thickness and inventor of “invisible” glass.


Education
Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, University of Chicago and Sir Ernest Rutherford’s Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University.


Awards
Progress Medal. Photographic Society of America, Garvan Medal of the American Chemical Society, Honorary Doctorates: Elmira College, Western College, Brown University, Russell Sage College, American Physical Society Fellow and Optical Society of America Member.


Personal
American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Anyone who wishes to measure the thickness of a film which is only a few millionths of an inch thick.”


Katharine Burr Blodgett, January 10, 1898 to October 12, 1979 (81)


Vocation
Physicist, Chemist and Inventor.


Known for
Inventor of the gauge for measuring thickness of thin films, Finds method to spread films of a single molecule in thickness and inventor of “invisible” glass.


Education
Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, University of Chicago and Sir Ernest Rutherford’s Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University.


Awards
Progress Medal. Photographic Society of America, Garvan Medal of the American Chemical Society, Honorary Doctorates: Elmira College, Western College, Brown University, Russell Sage College, American Physical Society Fellow and Optical Society of America Member.


Personal
American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Anyone who wishes to measure the thickness of a film which is only a few millionths of an inch thick.”


Katharine Burr Blodgett, January 10, 1898 to October 12, 1979 (81)


Vocation
Physicist, Chemist and Inventor.


Known for
Inventor of the gauge for measuring thickness of thin films, Finds method to spread films of a single molecule in thickness and inventor of “invisible” glass.


Education
Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, University of Chicago and Sir Ernest Rutherford’s Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University.


Awards
Progress Medal. Photographic Society of America, Garvan Medal of the American Chemical Society, Honorary Doctorates: Elmira College, Western College, Brown University, Russell Sage College, American Physical Society Fellow and Optical Society of America Member.


Personal
American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



Bohr, Niels Henrik David B
Bohr, Niels Henrik David B
Bohr, Niels Henrik David B
Bohr, Niels Henrik David B
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“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.”


Niels Henrik David Bohr, 7 October 1885 to 18 November 1962 (77)


Vocation
Physicist.


Known for
Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr-Sommerfeld quantisation, Bohr-Einstein debates, Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, Sommerfeld-Bohr theory, BKS theory and Hafnium.


Education
University of Copenhagen, University of Cambridge and Victoria University of Manchester.


Awards
Hughes Medal (1921), Nobel Prize in Physics (1922), Matteucci Medal (1923), Franklin Medal (1926), Max Planck Medal (1930), Copley Medal (1938), Order of the Elephant (1947), Atoms for Peace Award (1957), Sonning Prize (1957) and Foreign Member of the Royal Society (1962).


Personal
Danish Citizen, Margrethe (Spouse) and 6 Children.



“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.”


Niels Henrik David Bohr, 7 October 1885 to 18 November 1962 (77)


Vocation
Physicist.


Known for
Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr-Sommerfeld quantisation, Bohr-Einstein debates, Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, Sommerfeld-Bohr theory, BKS theory and Hafnium.


Education
University of Copenhagen, University of Cambridge and Victoria University of Manchester.


Awards
Hughes Medal (1921), Nobel Prize in Physics (1922), Matteucci Medal (1923), Franklin Medal (1926), Max Planck Medal (1930), Copley Medal (1938), Order of the Elephant (1947), Atoms for Peace Award (1957), Sonning Prize (1957) and Foreign Member of the Royal Society (1962).


Personal
Danish Citizen, Margrethe (Spouse) and 6 Children.



“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.”


Niels Henrik David Bohr, 7 October 1885 to 18 November 1962 (77)


Vocation
Physicist.


Known for
Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr-Sommerfeld quantisation, Bohr-Einstein debates, Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, Sommerfeld-Bohr theory, BKS theory and Hafnium.


Education
University of Copenhagen, University of Cambridge and Victoria University of Manchester.


Awards
Hughes Medal (1921), Nobel Prize in Physics (1922), Matteucci Medal (1923), Franklin Medal (1926), Max Planck Medal (1930), Copley Medal (1938), Order of the Elephant (1947), Atoms for Peace Award (1957), Sonning Prize (1957) and Foreign Member of the Royal Society (1962).


Personal
Danish Citizen, Margrethe (Spouse) and 6 Children.



“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.”


Niels Henrik David Bohr, 7 October 1885 to 18 November 1962 (77)


Vocation
Physicist.


Known for
Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr-Sommerfeld quantisation, Bohr-Einstein debates, Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, Sommerfeld-Bohr theory, BKS theory and Hafnium.


Education
University of Copenhagen, University of Cambridge and Victoria University of Manchester.


Awards
Hughes Medal (1921), Nobel Prize in Physics (1922), Matteucci Medal (1923), Franklin Medal (1926), Max Planck Medal (1930), Copley Medal (1938), Order of the Elephant (1947), Atoms for Peace Award (1957), Sonning Prize (1957) and Foreign Member of the Royal Society (1962).


Personal
Danish Citizen, Margrethe (Spouse) and 6 Children.



“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.”


Niels Henrik David Bohr, 7 October 1885 to 18 November 1962 (77)


Vocation
Physicist.


Known for
Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr-Sommerfeld quantisation, Bohr-Einstein debates, Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, Sommerfeld-Bohr theory, BKS theory and Hafnium.


Education
University of Copenhagen, University of Cambridge and Victoria University of Manchester.


Awards
Hughes Medal (1921), Nobel Prize in Physics (1922), Matteucci Medal (1923), Franklin Medal (1926), Max Planck Medal (1930), Copley Medal (1938), Order of the Elephant (1947), Atoms for Peace Award (1957), Sonning Prize (1957) and Foreign Member of the Royal Society (1962).


Personal
Danish Citizen, Margrethe (Spouse) and 6 Children.



Born, Max B
Born, Max B
Born, Max B
Born, Max B
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“The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world.”


Max Born, 11 December 1882 to 5 January 1970 (87)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Born–Haber cycle, Born-Infeld theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, Born–Landé equation, Born-Huang approximation, Born-von Karman boundary condition and the Born Equation.


Education
University of Frankfurt am Main, University of Göttingen and University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Fellow of the Royal Society (1939), Max Planck Medal (1948), Hughes Medal (1950) and the Nobel Prize in Physics (1954).


Personal
German and British Citizen, Hedwig (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world.”


Max Born, 11 December 1882 to 5 January 1970 (87)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Born–Haber cycle, Born-Infeld theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, Born–Landé equation, Born-Huang approximation, Born-von Karman boundary condition and the Born Equation.


Education
University of Frankfurt am Main, University of Göttingen and University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Fellow of the Royal Society (1939), Max Planck Medal (1948), Hughes Medal (1950) and the Nobel Prize in Physics (1954).


Personal
German and British Citizen, Hedwig (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world.”


Max Born, 11 December 1882 to 5 January 1970 (87)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Born–Haber cycle, Born-Infeld theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, Born–Landé equation, Born-Huang approximation, Born-von Karman boundary condition and the Born Equation.


Education
University of Frankfurt am Main, University of Göttingen and University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Fellow of the Royal Society (1939), Max Planck Medal (1948), Hughes Medal (1950) and the Nobel Prize in Physics (1954).


Personal
German and British Citizen, Hedwig (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world.”


Max Born, 11 December 1882 to 5 January 1970 (87)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Born–Haber cycle, Born-Infeld theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, Born–Landé equation, Born-Huang approximation, Born-von Karman boundary condition and the Born Equation.


Education
University of Frankfurt am Main, University of Göttingen and University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Fellow of the Royal Society (1939), Max Planck Medal (1948), Hughes Medal (1950) and the Nobel Prize in Physics (1954).


Personal
German and British Citizen, Hedwig (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world.”


Max Born, 11 December 1882 to 5 January 1970 (87)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Born–Haber cycle, Born-Infeld theory, Born-Oppenheimer approximation, Born–Landé equation, Born-Huang approximation, Born-von Karman boundary condition and the Born Equation.


Education
University of Frankfurt am Main, University of Göttingen and University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Fellow of the Royal Society (1939), Max Planck Medal (1948), Hughes Medal (1950) and the Nobel Prize in Physics (1954).


Personal
German and British Citizen, Hedwig (Spouse) and 3 Children.



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“The earth together with its surrounding waters must in fact have such a shape as its shadow reveals, for it eclipses the moon with the arc of a perfect circle.”


Nicolaus Copernicus, 19 February 1473 to 24 May 1543 (70)


Vocation
Astronomer, Canon lawyer, Economist, Mathematician, Doctor and Politician.


Known for
Heliocentrism and Copernicus’ Law.


Education
University of Kraków, University of Bologna, University of Padua and the University of Ferrara.


Personal
Polish Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The earth together with its surrounding waters must in fact have such a shape as its shadow reveals, for it eclipses the moon with the arc of a perfect circle.”


Nicolaus Copernicus, 19 February 1473 to 24 May 1543 (70)


Vocation
Astronomer, Canon lawyer, Economist, Mathematician, Doctor and Politician.


Known for
Heliocentrism and Copernicus’ Law.


Education
University of Kraków, University of Bologna, University of Padua and the University of Ferrara.


Personal
Polish Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The earth together with its surrounding waters must in fact have such a shape as its shadow reveals, for it eclipses the moon with the arc of a perfect circle.”


Nicolaus Copernicus, 19 February 1473 to 24 May 1543 (70)


Vocation
Astronomer, Canon lawyer, Economist, Mathematician, Doctor and Politician.


Known for
Heliocentrism and Copernicus’ Law.


Education
University of Kraków, University of Bologna, University of Padua and the University of Ferrara.


Personal
Polish Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The earth together with its surrounding waters must in fact have such a shape as its shadow reveals, for it eclipses the moon with the arc of a perfect circle.”


Nicolaus Copernicus, 19 February 1473 to 24 May 1543 (70)


Vocation
Astronomer, Canon lawyer, Economist, Mathematician, Doctor and Politician.


Known for
Heliocentrism and Copernicus’ Law.


Education
University of Kraków, University of Bologna, University of Padua and the University of Ferrara.


Personal
Polish Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The earth together with its surrounding waters must in fact have such a shape as its shadow reveals, for it eclipses the moon with the arc of a perfect circle.”


Nicolaus Copernicus, 19 February 1473 to 24 May 1543 (70)


Vocation
Astronomer, Canon lawyer, Economist, Mathematician, Doctor and Politician.


Known for
Heliocentrism and Copernicus’ Law.


Education
University of Kraków, University of Bologna, University of Padua and the University of Ferrara.


Personal
Polish Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”


Marie Skłodowska Curie, 7 November 1867 to 4 July 1934 (66)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Radioactivity, Polonium and Radium.


Education
University of Paris.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Davy Medal (1903), Matteucci Medal (1904), Elliott Cresson Medal (1909), Albert Medal (1910), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911) and the Willard Gibbs Award (1921).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, Pierre (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”


Marie Skłodowska Curie, 7 November 1867 to 4 July 1934 (66)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Radioactivity, Polonium and Radium.


Education
University of Paris.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Davy Medal (1903), Matteucci Medal (1904), Elliott Cresson Medal (1909), Albert Medal (1910), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911) and the Willard Gibbs Award (1921).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, Pierre (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”


Marie Skłodowska Curie, 7 November 1867 to 4 July 1934 (66)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Radioactivity, Polonium and Radium.


Education
University of Paris.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Davy Medal (1903), Matteucci Medal (1904), Elliott Cresson Medal (1909), Albert Medal (1910), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911) and the Willard Gibbs Award (1921).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, Pierre (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”


Marie Skłodowska Curie, 7 November 1867 to 4 July 1934 (66)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Radioactivity, Polonium and Radium.


Education
University of Paris.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Davy Medal (1903), Matteucci Medal (1904), Elliott Cresson Medal (1909), Albert Medal (1910), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911) and the Willard Gibbs Award (1921).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, Pierre (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”


Marie Skłodowska Curie, 7 November 1867 to 4 July 1934 (66)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Radioactivity, Polonium and Radium.


Education
University of Paris.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1903), Davy Medal (1903), Matteucci Medal (1904), Elliott Cresson Medal (1909), Albert Medal (1910), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1911) and the Willard Gibbs Award (1921).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, Pierre (Spouse) and 2 Children.



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“It’s the right idea, but not the right time.”


John Dalton, 6 September 1766 to 27 July 1844 (77)


Vocation
Chemist, Physicist and Meteorologist.


Known for
Atomic Theory, Law of Multiple Proportions, Daltonism (Colour Blindness) and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures.


Education
Self-taught and instructed by a blind philosopher, John Gough. He was labelled a Dissenter and barred from attending English universities.


Awards
Royal Medal (1826).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“It’s the right idea, but not the right time.”


John Dalton, 6 September 1766 to 27 July 1844 (77)


Vocation
Chemist, Physicist and Meteorologist.


Known for
Atomic Theory, Law of Multiple Proportions, Daltonism (Colour Blindness) and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures.


Education
Self-taught and instructed by a blind philosopher, John Gough. He was labelled a Dissenter and barred from attending English universities.


Awards
Royal Medal (1826).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“It’s the right idea, but not the right time.”


John Dalton, 6 September 1766 to 27 July 1844 (77)


Vocation
Chemist, Physicist and Meteorologist.


Known for
Atomic Theory, Law of Multiple Proportions, Daltonism (Colour Blindness) and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures.


Education
Self-taught and instructed by a blind philosopher, John Gough. He was labelled a Dissenter and barred from attending English universities.


Awards
Royal Medal (1826).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“It’s the right idea, but not the right time.”


John Dalton, 6 September 1766 to 27 July 1844 (77)


Vocation
Chemist, Physicist and Meteorologist.


Known for
Atomic Theory, Law of Multiple Proportions, Daltonism (Colour Blindness) and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures.


Education
Self-taught and instructed by a blind philosopher, John Gough. He was labelled a Dissenter and barred from attending English universities.


Awards
Royal Medal (1826).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“It’s the right idea, but not the right time.”


John Dalton, 6 September 1766 to 27 July 1844 (77)


Vocation
Chemist, Physicist and Meteorologist.


Known for
Atomic Theory, Law of Multiple Proportions, Daltonism (Colour Blindness) and Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures.


Education
Self-taught and instructed by a blind philosopher, John Gough. He was labelled a Dissenter and barred from attending English universities.


Awards
Royal Medal (1826).


Personal
Polish and French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”


Charles Robert Darwin, 12 February 1809 to 19 April 1882 (73)


Vocation
Biologist and Geologist.


Known for
Developing theory of evolution in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species. The Voyage of the Beagle, On the Origin of Species, Evolution by Natural Selection and Common Descent.


Education
University of Edinburgh Medical School, Christ’s College (University of Cambridge) (BA) and the Geological Society of London.


Awards
Royal Medal (1853), Wollaston Medal (1859) and the Copley Medal (1864).


Personal
British Citizen, Emma (Spouse) and 10 Children.



“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”


Charles Robert Darwin, 12 February 1809 to 19 April 1882 (73)


Vocation
Biologist and Geologist.


Known for
Developing theory of evolution in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species. The Voyage of the Beagle, On the Origin of Species, Evolution by Natural Selection and Common Descent.


Education
University of Edinburgh Medical School, Christ’s College (University of Cambridge) (BA) and the Geological Society of London.


Awards
Royal Medal (1853), Wollaston Medal (1859) and the Copley Medal (1864).


Personal
British Citizen, Emma (Spouse) and 10 Children.



“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”


Charles Robert Darwin, 12 February 1809 to 19 April 1882 (73)


Vocation
Biologist and Geologist.


Known for
Developing theory of evolution in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species. The Voyage of the Beagle, On the Origin of Species, Evolution by Natural Selection and Common Descent.


Education
University of Edinburgh Medical School, Christ’s College (University of Cambridge) (BA) and the Geological Society of London.


Awards
Royal Medal (1853), Wollaston Medal (1859) and the Copley Medal (1864).


Personal
British Citizen, Emma (Spouse) and 10 Children.



“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”


Charles Robert Darwin, 12 February 1809 to 19 April 1882 (73)


Vocation
Biologist and Geologist.


Known for
Developing theory of evolution in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species. The Voyage of the Beagle, On the Origin of Species, Evolution by Natural Selection and Common Descent.


Education
University of Edinburgh Medical School, Christ’s College (University of Cambridge) (BA) and the Geological Society of London.


Awards
Royal Medal (1853), Wollaston Medal (1859) and the Copley Medal (1864).


Personal
British Citizen, Emma (Spouse) and 10 Children.



“A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life.”


Charles Robert Darwin, 12 February 1809 to 19 April 1882 (73)


Vocation
Biologist and Geologist.


Known for
Developing theory of evolution in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species. The Voyage of the Beagle, On the Origin of Species, Evolution by Natural Selection and Common Descent.


Education
University of Edinburgh Medical School, Christ’s College (University of Cambridge) (BA) and the Geological Society of London.


Awards
Royal Medal (1853), Wollaston Medal (1859) and the Copley Medal (1864).


Personal
British Citizen, Emma (Spouse) and 10 Children.



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“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work”


Thomas Alva Edison, 11 February 1847 to 18 October 1931 (84)


Vocation
Inventor and Businessman.


Known for
Inventor of the commercial Light Bulb, Phonograph, Mechanical Vote Recorder, Motion Picture Camera and the first Industrial Research Laboratory. Holder of 1093 US Patents.


Education
Self-Educated with trips to Cooper Union College.


Personal
American Citizen, Mary (Spouse), 3 Children. and Mina (Spouse), 3 Children.



“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work”


Thomas Alva Edison, 11 February 1847 to 18 October 1931 (84)


Vocation
Inventor and Businessman.


Known for
Inventor of the commercial Light Bulb, Phonograph, Mechanical Vote Recorder, Motion Picture Camera and the first Industrial Research Laboratory. Holder of 1093 US Patents.


Education
Self-Educated with trips to Cooper Union College.


Personal
American Citizen, Mary (Spouse), 3 Children. and Mina (Spouse), 3 Children.



“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work”


Thomas Alva Edison, 11 February 1847 to 18 October 1931 (84)


Vocation
Inventor and Businessman.


Known for
Inventor of the commercial Light Bulb, Phonograph, Mechanical Vote Recorder, Motion Picture Camera and the first Industrial Research Laboratory. Holder of 1093 US Patents.


Education
Self-Educated with trips to Cooper Union College.


Personal
American Citizen, Mary (Spouse), 3 Children. and Mina (Spouse), 3 Children.



“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work”


Thomas Alva Edison, 11 February 1847 to 18 October 1931 (84)


Vocation
Inventor and Businessman.


Known for
Inventor of the commercial Light Bulb, Phonograph, Mechanical Vote Recorder, Motion Picture Camera and the first Industrial Research Laboratory. Holder of 1093 US Patents.


Education
Self-Educated with trips to Cooper Union College.


Personal
American Citizen, Mary (Spouse), 3 Children. and Mina (Spouse), 3 Children.



“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work”


Thomas Alva Edison, 11 February 1847 to 18 October 1931 (84)


Vocation
Inventor and Businessman.


Known for
Inventor of the commercial Light Bulb, Phonograph, Mechanical Vote Recorder, Motion Picture Camera and the first Industrial Research Laboratory. Holder of 1093 US Patents.


Education
Self-Educated with trips to Cooper Union College.


Personal
American Citizen, Mary (Spouse), 3 Children. and Mina (Spouse), 3 Children.



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“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.”


Albert Einstein, 14 March 1879 to 18 April 1955 (76)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
General Relativity and Special Relativity, Photoelectric Effect, Mass-Energy Equivalence, Theory of Brownian Motion, Einstein Field Equations, Bose–Einstein Statistics, Bose–Einstein Condensate, Bose–Einstein Correlations, Unified Field Theory and EPR paradox. Published 300 + Scientific Papers and 30,000 Unique Documents.


Education
Swiss Patent Office, University of Zurich, Charles University in Prague, ETH Zurich, Caltech, Prussian Academy of Sciences, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, University of Leiden and Institute for Advanced Study.


Awards
Barnard Medal (1920), Nobel Prize in Physics (1921), Matteucci Medal (1921), Copley Medal (1925) [3], Max Planck Medal (1929) and Time Person of the Century (1999).


Personal
German, Swiss and American Citizen, Mileva (Spouse 1903-1919), Elsa (Spouse 1919-1936) and 3 Children.



“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.”


Albert Einstein, 14 March 1879 to 18 April 1955 (76)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
General Relativity and Special Relativity, Photoelectric Effect, Mass-Energy Equivalence, Theory of Brownian Motion, Einstein Field Equations, Bose–Einstein Statistics, Bose–Einstein Condensate, Bose–Einstein Correlations, Unified Field Theory and EPR paradox. Published 300 + Scientific Papers and 30,000 Unique Documents.


Education
Swiss Patent Office, University of Zurich, Charles University in Prague, ETH Zurich, Caltech, Prussian Academy of Sciences, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, University of Leiden and Institute for Advanced Study.


Awards
Barnard Medal (1920), Nobel Prize in Physics (1921), Matteucci Medal (1921), Copley Medal (1925) [3], Max Planck Medal (1929) and Time Person of the Century (1999).


Personal
German, Swiss and American Citizen, Mileva (Spouse 1903-1919), Elsa (Spouse 1919-1936) and 3 Children.



“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.”


Albert Einstein, 14 March 1879 to 18 April 1955 (76)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
General Relativity and Special Relativity, Photoelectric Effect, Mass-Energy Equivalence, Theory of Brownian Motion, Einstein Field Equations, Bose–Einstein Statistics, Bose–Einstein Condensate, Bose–Einstein Correlations, Unified Field Theory and EPR paradox. Published 300 + Scientific Papers and 30,000 Unique Documents.


Education
Swiss Patent Office, University of Zurich, Charles University in Prague, ETH Zurich, Caltech, Prussian Academy of Sciences, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, University of Leiden and Institute for Advanced Study.


Awards
Barnard Medal (1920), Nobel Prize in Physics (1921), Matteucci Medal (1921), Copley Medal (1925) [3], Max Planck Medal (1929) and Time Person of the Century (1999).


Personal
German, Swiss and American Citizen, Mileva (Spouse 1903-1919), Elsa (Spouse 1919-1936) and 3 Children.



“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.”


Albert Einstein, 14 March 1879 to 18 April 1955 (76)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
General Relativity and Special Relativity, Photoelectric Effect, Mass-Energy Equivalence, Theory of Brownian Motion, Einstein Field Equations, Bose–Einstein Statistics, Bose–Einstein Condensate, Bose–Einstein Correlations, Unified Field Theory and EPR paradox. Published 300 + Scientific Papers and 30,000 Unique Documents.


Education
Swiss Patent Office, University of Zurich, Charles University in Prague, ETH Zurich, Caltech, Prussian Academy of Sciences, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, University of Leiden and Institute for Advanced Study.


Awards
Barnard Medal (1920), Nobel Prize in Physics (1921), Matteucci Medal (1921), Copley Medal (1925) [3], Max Planck Medal (1929) and Time Person of the Century (1999).


Personal
German, Swiss and American Citizen, Mileva (Spouse 1903-1919), Elsa (Spouse 1919-1936) and 3 Children.



“Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.”


Albert Einstein, 14 March 1879 to 18 April 1955 (76)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
General Relativity and Special Relativity, Photoelectric Effect, Mass-Energy Equivalence, Theory of Brownian Motion, Einstein Field Equations, Bose–Einstein Statistics, Bose–Einstein Condensate, Bose–Einstein Correlations, Unified Field Theory and EPR paradox. Published 300 + Scientific Papers and 30,000 Unique Documents.


Education
Swiss Patent Office, University of Zurich, Charles University in Prague, ETH Zurich, Caltech, Prussian Academy of Sciences, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, University of Leiden and Institute for Advanced Study.


Awards
Barnard Medal (1920), Nobel Prize in Physics (1921), Matteucci Medal (1921), Copley Medal (1925) [3], Max Planck Medal (1929) and Time Person of the Century (1999).


Personal
German, Swiss and American Citizen, Mileva (Spouse 1903-1919), Elsa (Spouse 1919-1936) and 3 Children.



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“Water is to me, I confess, a phenomenon which continually awakens new feelings of wonder as often as I view it.”


Michael Faraday, 22 September 1791 to 25 August 1867 (75)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discoverer of Benzene and inventor of the Bunsen burner.
Faraday’s law of induction, Electrochemistry, Faraday cage, Faraday constant, Faraday’s laws of electrolysis and Lines of force.


Education
Royal Institution of Great Britain.


Awards
Royal Medal (1835 & 1846), Copley Medal (1832 & 1838), Rumford Medal (1846) and the Albert Medal (1866).


Personal
British Citizen, Sarah (Spouse) and No Children.



“Water is to me, I confess, a phenomenon which continually awakens new feelings of wonder as often as I view it.”


Michael Faraday, 22 September 1791 to 25 August 1867 (75)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discoverer of Benzene and inventor of the Bunsen burner.
Faraday’s law of induction, Electrochemistry, Faraday cage, Faraday constant, Faraday’s laws of electrolysis and Lines of force.


Education
Royal Institution of Great Britain.


Awards
Royal Medal (1835 & 1846), Copley Medal (1832 & 1838), Rumford Medal (1846) and the Albert Medal (1866).


Personal
British Citizen, Sarah (Spouse) and No Children.



“Water is to me, I confess, a phenomenon which continually awakens new feelings of wonder as often as I view it.”


Michael Faraday, 22 September 1791 to 25 August 1867 (75)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discoverer of Benzene and inventor of the Bunsen burner.
Faraday’s law of induction, Electrochemistry, Faraday cage, Faraday constant, Faraday’s laws of electrolysis and Lines of force.


Education
Royal Institution of Great Britain.


Awards
Royal Medal (1835 & 1846), Copley Medal (1832 & 1838), Rumford Medal (1846) and the Albert Medal (1866).


Personal
British Citizen, Sarah (Spouse) and No Children.



“Water is to me, I confess, a phenomenon which continually awakens new feelings of wonder as often as I view it.”


Michael Faraday, 22 September 1791 to 25 August 1867 (75)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discoverer of Benzene and inventor of the Bunsen burner.
Faraday’s law of induction, Electrochemistry, Faraday cage, Faraday constant, Faraday’s laws of electrolysis and Lines of force.


Education
Royal Institution of Great Britain.


Awards
Royal Medal (1835 & 1846), Copley Medal (1832 & 1838), Rumford Medal (1846) and the Albert Medal (1866).


Personal
British Citizen, Sarah (Spouse) and No Children.



“Water is to me, I confess, a phenomenon which continually awakens new feelings of wonder as often as I view it.”


Michael Faraday, 22 September 1791 to 25 August 1867 (75)


Vocation
Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
Discoverer of Benzene and inventor of the Bunsen burner.
Faraday’s law of induction, Electrochemistry, Faraday cage, Faraday constant, Faraday’s laws of electrolysis and Lines of force.


Education
Royal Institution of Great Britain.


Awards
Royal Medal (1835 & 1846), Copley Medal (1832 & 1838), Rumford Medal (1846) and the Albert Medal (1866).


Personal
British Citizen, Sarah (Spouse) and No Children.



Fermi, Enrico F
Fermi, Enrico F
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“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



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“It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn’t matter how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong.”


Richard Phillips Feynman, 11 May 1918 to 15 February 1988 (69)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Manhattan Project, Acoustic wave equation, Bethe–Feynman formula, Feynman diagrams, Feynman propagator, Feynman slash notation, Hellmann-Feynman theorem, Feynman-Smoluchowski ratchet, Feynman-Stueckelberg interpretation, Nanotechnology, One-electron universe, Quantum cellular automata, Quantum computing, Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum hydrodynamics, Quantum turbulence, Synthetic molecular motor, The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Universal quantum simulator, Vortex ring model and the Wheeler-Feynman absorber theory.


Education
Cornell University, California Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.S.) and Princeton University (Ph.D.).


Awards
Albert Einstein Award (1954), E. O. Lawrence Award (1962), Nobel Prize in Physics (1965), Oersted Medal (1972) and National Medal of Science (1979).


Personal
American Citizen, Gweneth (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“There’s two possible outcomes: if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.”


Enrico Fermi, 29 September 1901 to 28 November 1954 (53)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist.


Known for
Nuclear chain reaction, Fermi–Dirac statistics, Theory of beta decay, Work on Chicago Pile-1 (the first nuclear reactor), contributions to the development of quantum theory, nuclear and particle physics, and statistical mechanics and referred to as one “father of the atomic bomb.


Education
Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Göttingen, Leiden University, University of Florence, Sapienza University of Rome, Columbia University and the University of Chicago.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1926), Nobel Prize (1938), Hughes Medal (1942), Medal for Merit (1946), Franklin Medal (1947), ForMemRS (1950), Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science (1950), Rumford Prize (1953) and the Max Planck Medal (1954).


Personal
Italian Citizen, Laura (Spouse) and 2 Children.



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“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.”


Galileo Galilei, 15 February 1564 to 8 January 1642 (77)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Natural Philosopher and Mathematician.


Known for
Kinematics, Dynamics, Telescopic Observational Astronomy, Heliocentrism.


Education
University of Pisa and University of Padua.


Personal
Italian Citizen, Marina (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.”


Galileo Galilei, 15 February 1564 to 8 January 1642 (77)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Natural Philosopher and Mathematician.


Known for
Kinematics, Dynamics, Telescopic Observational Astronomy, Heliocentrism.


Education
University of Pisa and University of Padua.


Personal
Italian Citizen, Marina (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.”


Galileo Galilei, 15 February 1564 to 8 January 1642 (77)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Natural Philosopher and Mathematician.


Known for
Kinematics, Dynamics, Telescopic Observational Astronomy, Heliocentrism.


Education
University of Pisa and University of Padua.


Personal
Italian Citizen, Marina (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.”


Galileo Galilei, 15 February 1564 to 8 January 1642 (77)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Natural Philosopher and Mathematician.


Known for
Kinematics, Dynamics, Telescopic Observational Astronomy, Heliocentrism.


Education
University of Pisa and University of Padua.


Personal
Italian Citizen, Marina (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.”


Galileo Galilei, 15 February 1564 to 8 January 1642 (77)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Natural Philosopher and Mathematician.


Known for
Kinematics, Dynamics, Telescopic Observational Astronomy, Heliocentrism.


Education
University of Pisa and University of Padua.


Personal
Italian Citizen, Marina (Spouse) and 3 Children.



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“Usually, a discovery is not made in the easiest but on a complicated way; the simple cases show up only later.”


Otto Hahn, 8 March 1879 to 28 July 1968 (89)


Vocation
Radio and Nuclear Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of radioactive elements (1905–1921), Radiothorium (1905), Radioactinium (1906), Mesothorium (1907), Ionium (1907), Radioactive recoil (1909), Fajans–Paneth–Hahn Law, Protactinium (1917), Nuclear isomerism (1921), Applied Radiochemistry (1936), Rubidium-strontium dating (1938) and Nuclear fission (1938).


Education
University of Marburg.


Awards
Emil Fischer Medal (1919), Cannizzaro Prize (1939), Copernicus Prize (1941), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1944), Max Planck Medal (1949), Paracelsus Medal (1952), Henri Becquerel Medal (1952), Pour le Mérite (1952), Faraday Lectureship Prize (1956), ForMemRS (1957)[1], Wilhelm Exner Medal (1958), Hugo Grotius Medal (1958), Légion d’Honneur (1959) and Enrico Fermi Award (1966).


Personal
German Citizen, Edith (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Usually, a discovery is not made in the easiest but on a complicated way; the simple cases show up only later.”


Otto Hahn, 8 March 1879 to 28 July 1968 (89)


Vocation
Radio and Nuclear Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of radioactive elements (1905–1921), Radiothorium (1905), Radioactinium (1906), Mesothorium (1907), Ionium (1907), Radioactive recoil (1909), Fajans–Paneth–Hahn Law, Protactinium (1917), Nuclear isomerism (1921), Applied Radiochemistry (1936), Rubidium-strontium dating (1938) and Nuclear fission (1938).


Education
University of Marburg.


Awards
Emil Fischer Medal (1919), Cannizzaro Prize (1939), Copernicus Prize (1941), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1944), Max Planck Medal (1949), Paracelsus Medal (1952), Henri Becquerel Medal (1952), Pour le Mérite (1952), Faraday Lectureship Prize (1956), ForMemRS (1957)[1], Wilhelm Exner Medal (1958), Hugo Grotius Medal (1958), Légion d’Honneur (1959) and Enrico Fermi Award (1966).


Personal
German Citizen, Edith (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Usually, a discovery is not made in the easiest but on a complicated way; the simple cases show up only later.”


Otto Hahn, 8 March 1879 to 28 July 1968 (89)


Vocation
Radio and Nuclear Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of radioactive elements (1905–1921), Radiothorium (1905), Radioactinium (1906), Mesothorium (1907), Ionium (1907), Radioactive recoil (1909), Fajans–Paneth–Hahn Law, Protactinium (1917), Nuclear isomerism (1921), Applied Radiochemistry (1936), Rubidium-strontium dating (1938) and Nuclear fission (1938).


Education
University of Marburg.


Awards
Emil Fischer Medal (1919), Cannizzaro Prize (1939), Copernicus Prize (1941), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1944), Max Planck Medal (1949), Paracelsus Medal (1952), Henri Becquerel Medal (1952), Pour le Mérite (1952), Faraday Lectureship Prize (1956), ForMemRS (1957)[1], Wilhelm Exner Medal (1958), Hugo Grotius Medal (1958), Légion d’Honneur (1959) and Enrico Fermi Award (1966).


Personal
German Citizen, Edith (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Usually, a discovery is not made in the easiest but on a complicated way; the simple cases show up only later.”


Otto Hahn, 8 March 1879 to 28 July 1968 (89)


Vocation
Radio and Nuclear Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of radioactive elements (1905–1921), Radiothorium (1905), Radioactinium (1906), Mesothorium (1907), Ionium (1907), Radioactive recoil (1909), Fajans–Paneth–Hahn Law, Protactinium (1917), Nuclear isomerism (1921), Applied Radiochemistry (1936), Rubidium-strontium dating (1938) and Nuclear fission (1938).


Education
University of Marburg.


Awards
Emil Fischer Medal (1919), Cannizzaro Prize (1939), Copernicus Prize (1941), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1944), Max Planck Medal (1949), Paracelsus Medal (1952), Henri Becquerel Medal (1952), Pour le Mérite (1952), Faraday Lectureship Prize (1956), ForMemRS (1957)[1], Wilhelm Exner Medal (1958), Hugo Grotius Medal (1958), Légion d’Honneur (1959) and Enrico Fermi Award (1966).


Personal
German Citizen, Edith (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“Usually, a discovery is not made in the easiest but on a complicated way; the simple cases show up only later.”


Otto Hahn, 8 March 1879 to 28 July 1968 (89)


Vocation
Radio and Nuclear Chemist.


Known for
Discovery of radioactive elements (1905–1921), Radiothorium (1905), Radioactinium (1906), Mesothorium (1907), Ionium (1907), Radioactive recoil (1909), Fajans–Paneth–Hahn Law, Protactinium (1917), Nuclear isomerism (1921), Applied Radiochemistry (1936), Rubidium-strontium dating (1938) and Nuclear fission (1938).


Education
University of Marburg.


Awards
Emil Fischer Medal (1919), Cannizzaro Prize (1939), Copernicus Prize (1941), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1944), Max Planck Medal (1949), Paracelsus Medal (1952), Henri Becquerel Medal (1952), Pour le Mérite (1952), Faraday Lectureship Prize (1956), ForMemRS (1957)[1], Wilhelm Exner Medal (1958), Hugo Grotius Medal (1958), Légion d’Honneur (1959) and Enrico Fermi Award (1966).


Personal
German Citizen, Edith (Spouse) and 1 Child.



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“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, do they look before they cross the road.”


Stephen William Hawking, 8 January 1942


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist.


Known for
Hawking radiation, Penrose–Hawking theorems and book, A Brief History of Time (1988).


Education
University of Cambridge (PhD), California Institute of Technology, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and the University of Oxford (BA).


Awards
Adams Prize (1966), FRS (1974), Eddington Medal (1975), Maxwell Medal and Prize (1976), Heineman Prize (1976), Hughes Medal (1976), Albert Einstein Award (1978), CBE (1982), RAS Gold Medal (1985), Dirac Medal (1987), Wolf Prize (1988), CH (1989), Prince of Asturias Award (1989), Andrew Gemant Award (1998), Naylor Prize and Lectureship (1999), Lilienfeld Prize (1999), Albert Medal (Royal Society of Arts) (1999), Copley Medal (2006), Presidential Medal of Freedom (2009) and the Fundamental Physics Prize (2012).


Personal
British Citizen, Jane (Spouse), 3 Children and Elaine (Spouse).



“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, do they look before they cross the road.”


Stephen William Hawking, 8 January 1942


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist.


Known for
Hawking radiation, Penrose–Hawking theorems and book, A Brief History of Time (1988).


Education
University of Cambridge (PhD), California Institute of Technology, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and the University of Oxford (BA).


Awards
Adams Prize (1966), FRS (1974), Eddington Medal (1975), Maxwell Medal and Prize (1976), Heineman Prize (1976), Hughes Medal (1976), Albert Einstein Award (1978), CBE (1982), RAS Gold Medal (1985), Dirac Medal (1987), Wolf Prize (1988), CH (1989), Prince of Asturias Award (1989), Andrew Gemant Award (1998), Naylor Prize and Lectureship (1999), Lilienfeld Prize (1999), Albert Medal (Royal Society of Arts) (1999), Copley Medal (2006), Presidential Medal of Freedom (2009) and the Fundamental Physics Prize (2012).


Personal
British Citizen, Jane (Spouse), 3 Children and Elaine (Spouse).



“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, do they look before they cross the road.”


Stephen William Hawking, 8 January 1942


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist.


Known for
Hawking radiation, Penrose–Hawking theorems and book, A Brief History of Time (1988).


Education
University of Cambridge (PhD), California Institute of Technology, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and the University of Oxford (BA).


Awards
Adams Prize (1966), FRS (1974), Eddington Medal (1975), Maxwell Medal and Prize (1976), Heineman Prize (1976), Hughes Medal (1976), Albert Einstein Award (1978), CBE (1982), RAS Gold Medal (1985), Dirac Medal (1987), Wolf Prize (1988), CH (1989), Prince of Asturias Award (1989), Andrew Gemant Award (1998), Naylor Prize and Lectureship (1999), Lilienfeld Prize (1999), Albert Medal (Royal Society of Arts) (1999), Copley Medal (2006), Presidential Medal of Freedom (2009) and the Fundamental Physics Prize (2012).


Personal
British Citizen, Jane (Spouse), 3 Children and Elaine (Spouse).



“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, do they look before they cross the road.”


Stephen William Hawking, 8 January 1942


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist.


Known for
Hawking radiation, Penrose–Hawking theorems and book, A Brief History of Time (1988).


Education
University of Cambridge (PhD), California Institute of Technology, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and the University of Oxford (BA).


Awards
Adams Prize (1966), FRS (1974), Eddington Medal (1975), Maxwell Medal and Prize (1976), Heineman Prize (1976), Hughes Medal (1976), Albert Einstein Award (1978), CBE (1982), RAS Gold Medal (1985), Dirac Medal (1987), Wolf Prize (1988), CH (1989), Prince of Asturias Award (1989), Andrew Gemant Award (1998), Naylor Prize and Lectureship (1999), Lilienfeld Prize (1999), Albert Medal (Royal Society of Arts) (1999), Copley Medal (2006), Presidential Medal of Freedom (2009) and the Fundamental Physics Prize (2012).


Personal
British Citizen, Jane (Spouse), 3 Children and Elaine (Spouse).



“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, do they look before they cross the road.”


Stephen William Hawking, 8 January 1942


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist.


Known for
Hawking radiation, Penrose–Hawking theorems and book, A Brief History of Time (1988).


Education
University of Cambridge (PhD), California Institute of Technology, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and the University of Oxford (BA).


Awards
Adams Prize (1966), FRS (1974), Eddington Medal (1975), Maxwell Medal and Prize (1976), Heineman Prize (1976), Hughes Medal (1976), Albert Einstein Award (1978), CBE (1982), RAS Gold Medal (1985), Dirac Medal (1987), Wolf Prize (1988), CH (1989), Prince of Asturias Award (1989), Andrew Gemant Award (1998), Naylor Prize and Lectureship (1999), Lilienfeld Prize (1999), Albert Medal (Royal Society of Arts) (1999), Copley Medal (2006), Presidential Medal of Freedom (2009) and the Fundamental Physics Prize (2012).


Personal
British Citizen, Jane (Spouse), 3 Children and Elaine (Spouse).



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“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.”


Edwin Powell Hubble, 20 November 1889 to 28 September 1953 (63)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Lawyer and Mathematician.


Known for
Hubble Sequence, Inspiration behind Hubble Telescope, Redshift increases with distance and theory of Expanding Universe beyond the Milky Way Galaxy.


Education
University of Chicago, University of Oxford and Mount Wilson Observatory.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
American Citizen, Grace (Spouse) and No Children.



“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.”


Edwin Powell Hubble, 20 November 1889 to 28 September 1953 (63)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Lawyer and Mathematician.


Known for
Hubble Sequence, Inspiration behind Hubble Telescope, Redshift increases with distance and theory of Expanding Universe beyond the Milky Way Galaxy.


Education
University of Chicago, University of Oxford and Mount Wilson Observatory.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
American Citizen, Grace (Spouse) and No Children.



“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.”


Edwin Powell Hubble, 20 November 1889 to 28 September 1953 (63)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Lawyer and Mathematician.


Known for
Hubble Sequence, Inspiration behind Hubble Telescope, Redshift increases with distance and theory of Expanding Universe beyond the Milky Way Galaxy.


Education
University of Chicago, University of Oxford and Mount Wilson Observatory.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
American Citizen, Grace (Spouse) and No Children.



“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.”


Edwin Powell Hubble, 20 November 1889 to 28 September 1953 (63)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Lawyer and Mathematician.


Known for
Hubble Sequence, Inspiration behind Hubble Telescope, Redshift increases with distance and theory of Expanding Universe beyond the Milky Way Galaxy.


Education
University of Chicago, University of Oxford and Mount Wilson Observatory.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
American Citizen, Grace (Spouse) and No Children.



“Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.”


Edwin Powell Hubble, 20 November 1889 to 28 September 1953 (63)


Vocation
Astronomer, Physicist, Lawyer and Mathematician.


Known for
Hubble Sequence, Inspiration behind Hubble Telescope, Redshift increases with distance and theory of Expanding Universe beyond the Milky Way Galaxy.


Education
University of Chicago, University of Oxford and Mount Wilson Observatory.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
American Citizen, Grace (Spouse) and No Children.



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“I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses.”


Johannes Kepler, 27 December 1571 to 15 November 1630 (58)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrologer, Mathematician and Natural Philosopher.


Known for
Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion and the Kepler Conjecture.


Education
University of Linz and the University of Tübingen.


Personal
German Citizen, Barbara (Spouse), 4 Children and Susanna (Spouse), 11 Children.



“I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses.”


Johannes Kepler, 27 December 1571 to 15 November 1630 (58)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrologer, Mathematician and Natural Philosopher.


Known for
Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion and the Kepler Conjecture.


Education
University of Linz and the University of Tübingen.


Personal
German Citizen, Barbara (Spouse), 4 Children and Susanna (Spouse), 11 Children.



“I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses.”


Johannes Kepler, 27 December 1571 to 15 November 1630 (58)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrologer, Mathematician and Natural Philosopher.


Known for
Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion and the Kepler Conjecture.


Education
University of Linz and the University of Tübingen.


Personal
German Citizen, Barbara (Spouse), 4 Children and Susanna (Spouse), 11 Children.



“I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses.”


Johannes Kepler, 27 December 1571 to 15 November 1630 (58)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrologer, Mathematician and Natural Philosopher.


Known for
Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion and the Kepler Conjecture.


Education
University of Linz and the University of Tübingen.


Personal
German Citizen, Barbara (Spouse), 4 Children and Susanna (Spouse), 11 Children.



“I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses.”


Johannes Kepler, 27 December 1571 to 15 November 1630 (58)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrologer, Mathematician and Natural Philosopher.


Known for
Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion and the Kepler Conjecture.


Education
University of Linz and the University of Tübingen.


Personal
German Citizen, Barbara (Spouse), 4 Children and Susanna (Spouse), 11 Children.



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“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”


Leonardo da Vinci, 15 April 1452 to 2 May 1519 (67)


Vocation
Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Musician, Mathematician, Engineer, Inventor, Anatomist, Geologist, Cartographer, Botanist, and Writer.


Known for
Painter of the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the Vitruvian Man and the Lady with an Ermine.
Inventor of Flying Machines, the Ornithopter, the Parachute, Armoured Vehicles, Concentrated Solar Power, Adding Machine, Double Hull, Hydraulic Pump, reversible Crank Mechanisms, Bridges and a Steam Cannon. Countless important discoveries from Plat Tectonics, Anatomy, Civil Engineering, Optics and Hydrodynamics.


Education
Informal education in Latin (Self-taught), geometry and mathematics (Luca Pacioli), Verrocchio’s workshop, Master in the Guild of St Luke, Human Anatomy apprenticeship to Andrea del Verrocchio.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”


Leonardo da Vinci, 15 April 1452 to 2 May 1519 (67)


Vocation
Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Musician, Mathematician, Engineer, Inventor, Anatomist, Geologist, Cartographer, Botanist, and Writer.


Known for
Painter of the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the Vitruvian Man and the Lady with an Ermine.
Inventor of Flying Machines, the Ornithopter, the Parachute, Armoured Vehicles, Concentrated Solar Power, Adding Machine, Double Hull, Hydraulic Pump, reversible Crank Mechanisms, Bridges and a Steam Cannon. Countless important discoveries from Plat Tectonics, Anatomy, Civil Engineering, Optics and Hydrodynamics.


Education
Informal education in Latin (Self-taught), geometry and mathematics (Luca Pacioli), Verrocchio’s workshop, Master in the Guild of St Luke, Human Anatomy apprenticeship to Andrea del Verrocchio.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”


Leonardo da Vinci, 15 April 1452 to 2 May 1519 (67)


Vocation
Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Musician, Mathematician, Engineer, Inventor, Anatomist, Geologist, Cartographer, Botanist, and Writer.


Known for
Painter of the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the Vitruvian Man and the Lady with an Ermine.
Inventor of Flying Machines, the Ornithopter, the Parachute, Armoured Vehicles, Concentrated Solar Power, Adding Machine, Double Hull, Hydraulic Pump, reversible Crank Mechanisms, Bridges and a Steam Cannon. Countless important discoveries from Plat Tectonics, Anatomy, Civil Engineering, Optics and Hydrodynamics.


Education
Informal education in Latin (Self-taught), geometry and mathematics (Luca Pacioli), Verrocchio’s workshop, Master in the Guild of St Luke, Human Anatomy apprenticeship to Andrea del Verrocchio.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”


Leonardo da Vinci, 15 April 1452 to 2 May 1519 (67)


Vocation
Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Musician, Mathematician, Engineer, Inventor, Anatomist, Geologist, Cartographer, Botanist, and Writer.


Known for
Painter of the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the Vitruvian Man and the Lady with an Ermine.
Inventor of Flying Machines, the Ornithopter, the Parachute, Armoured Vehicles, Concentrated Solar Power, Adding Machine, Double Hull, Hydraulic Pump, reversible Crank Mechanisms, Bridges and a Steam Cannon. Countless important discoveries from Plat Tectonics, Anatomy, Civil Engineering, Optics and Hydrodynamics.


Education
Informal education in Latin (Self-taught), geometry and mathematics (Luca Pacioli), Verrocchio’s workshop, Master in the Guild of St Luke, Human Anatomy apprenticeship to Andrea del Verrocchio.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”


Leonardo da Vinci, 15 April 1452 to 2 May 1519 (67)


Vocation
Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Musician, Mathematician, Engineer, Inventor, Anatomist, Geologist, Cartographer, Botanist, and Writer.


Known for
Painter of the Mona Lisa, the Last Supper, the Vitruvian Man and the Lady with an Ermine.
Inventor of Flying Machines, the Ornithopter, the Parachute, Armoured Vehicles, Concentrated Solar Power, Adding Machine, Double Hull, Hydraulic Pump, reversible Crank Mechanisms, Bridges and a Steam Cannon. Countless important discoveries from Plat Tectonics, Anatomy, Civil Engineering, Optics and Hydrodynamics.


Education
Informal education in Latin (Self-taught), geometry and mathematics (Luca Pacioli), Verrocchio’s workshop, Master in the Guild of St Luke, Human Anatomy apprenticeship to Andrea del Verrocchio.


Personal
Italian Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“I have the capacity of being more “wicked” than any example that man could set me.”


James Clerk Maxwell, 13 June 1831 to 5 November 1879 (48)


Vocation
Physicist and Mathematician.


Known for
Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell Distribution, Maxwell’s demon, Maxwell’s discs, Maxwell speed distribution, Maxwell’s theorem, Displacement Current and the Maxwell Coil.


Education
Marischal College, King’s College, University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Smith’s Prize (1854), Adams Prize (1857), Rumford Medal (1860) and the Keith Prize (1871).


Personal
Scottish and British Citizen, Katherine (Spouse) and No Children.



“I have the capacity of being more “wicked” than any example that man could set me.”


James Clerk Maxwell, 13 June 1831 to 5 November 1879 (48)


Vocation
Physicist and Mathematician.


Known for
Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell Distribution, Maxwell’s demon, Maxwell’s discs, Maxwell speed distribution, Maxwell’s theorem, Displacement Current and the Maxwell Coil.


Education
Marischal College, King’s College, University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Smith’s Prize (1854), Adams Prize (1857), Rumford Medal (1860) and the Keith Prize (1871).


Personal
Scottish and British Citizen, Katherine (Spouse) and No Children.



“I have the capacity of being more “wicked” than any example that man could set me.”


James Clerk Maxwell, 13 June 1831 to 5 November 1879 (48)


Vocation
Physicist and Mathematician.


Known for
Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell Distribution, Maxwell’s demon, Maxwell’s discs, Maxwell speed distribution, Maxwell’s theorem, Displacement Current and the Maxwell Coil.


Education
Marischal College, King’s College, University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Smith’s Prize (1854), Adams Prize (1857), Rumford Medal (1860) and the Keith Prize (1871).


Personal
Scottish and British Citizen, Katherine (Spouse) and No Children.



“I have the capacity of being more “wicked” than any example that man could set me.”


James Clerk Maxwell, 13 June 1831 to 5 November 1879 (48)


Vocation
Physicist and Mathematician.


Known for
Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell Distribution, Maxwell’s demon, Maxwell’s discs, Maxwell speed distribution, Maxwell’s theorem, Displacement Current and the Maxwell Coil.


Education
Marischal College, King’s College, University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Smith’s Prize (1854), Adams Prize (1857), Rumford Medal (1860) and the Keith Prize (1871).


Personal
Scottish and British Citizen, Katherine (Spouse) and No Children.



“I have the capacity of being more “wicked” than any example that man could set me.”


James Clerk Maxwell, 13 June 1831 to 5 November 1879 (48)


Vocation
Physicist and Mathematician.


Known for
Maxwell’s Equations, Maxwell Distribution, Maxwell’s demon, Maxwell’s discs, Maxwell speed distribution, Maxwell’s theorem, Displacement Current and the Maxwell Coil.


Education
Marischal College, King’s College, University of Cambridge and the University of Edinburgh.


Awards
Smith’s Prize (1854), Adams Prize (1857), Rumford Medal (1860) and the Keith Prize (1871).


Personal
Scottish and British Citizen, Katherine (Spouse) and No Children.



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“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.”


Isaac Newton, 25 December 1642 to 20 March 1726 (84)


Vocation
Physicist, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Alchemist, Theologian and Economist.


Known for
Newtonian Mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Principia, Calculus, Optics, Binomial series.


Education
University of Cambridge, Royal Society, Royal Mint, Trinity College and Cambridge.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.”


Isaac Newton, 25 December 1642 to 20 March 1726 (84)


Vocation
Physicist, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Alchemist, Theologian and Economist.


Known for
Newtonian Mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Principia, Calculus, Optics, Binomial series.


Education
University of Cambridge, Royal Society, Royal Mint, Trinity College and Cambridge.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.”


Isaac Newton, 25 December 1642 to 20 March 1726 (84)


Vocation
Physicist, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Alchemist, Theologian and Economist.


Known for
Newtonian Mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Principia, Calculus, Optics, Binomial series.


Education
University of Cambridge, Royal Society, Royal Mint, Trinity College and Cambridge.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.”


Isaac Newton, 25 December 1642 to 20 March 1726 (84)


Vocation
Physicist, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Alchemist, Theologian and Economist.


Known for
Newtonian Mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Principia, Calculus, Optics, Binomial series.


Education
University of Cambridge, Royal Society, Royal Mint, Trinity College and Cambridge.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.”


Isaac Newton, 25 December 1642 to 20 March 1726 (84)


Vocation
Physicist, Natural Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Alchemist, Theologian and Economist.


Known for
Newtonian Mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Principia, Calculus, Optics, Binomial series.


Education
University of Cambridge, Royal Society, Royal Mint, Trinity College and Cambridge.


Awards
Newcomb Cleveland Prize (1924), Bruce Medal (1938), Franklin Medal (1939), Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society (1940) and the Legion of Merit (1946).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.”


Florence Nightingale, 12 May 1820 to 13 August 1910 (90)


Vocation
Nurse and Hospital Hygiene and Sanitation Statistician.


Known for
Pioneering modern nursing and as “The Lady with the Lamp”.


Education
Selimiye Barracks, Scutari and King’s College London.


Awards
Royal Red Cross (1883), Lady of Grace of the Order of St John (1904), Order of Merit (1907).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.”


Florence Nightingale, 12 May 1820 to 13 August 1910 (90)


Vocation
Nurse and Hospital Hygiene and Sanitation Statistician.


Known for
Pioneering modern nursing and as “The Lady with the Lamp”.


Education
Selimiye Barracks, Scutari and King’s College London.


Awards
Royal Red Cross (1883), Lady of Grace of the Order of St John (1904), Order of Merit (1907).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.”


Florence Nightingale, 12 May 1820 to 13 August 1910 (90)


Vocation
Nurse and Hospital Hygiene and Sanitation Statistician.


Known for
Pioneering modern nursing and as “The Lady with the Lamp”.


Education
Selimiye Barracks, Scutari and King’s College London.


Awards
Royal Red Cross (1883), Lady of Grace of the Order of St John (1904), Order of Merit (1907).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.”


Florence Nightingale, 12 May 1820 to 13 August 1910 (90)


Vocation
Nurse and Hospital Hygiene and Sanitation Statistician.


Known for
Pioneering modern nursing and as “The Lady with the Lamp”.


Education
Selimiye Barracks, Scutari and King’s College London.


Awards
Royal Red Cross (1883), Lady of Grace of the Order of St John (1904), Order of Merit (1907).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.”


Florence Nightingale, 12 May 1820 to 13 August 1910 (90)


Vocation
Nurse and Hospital Hygiene and Sanitation Statistician.


Known for
Pioneering modern nursing and as “The Lady with the Lamp”.


Education
Selimiye Barracks, Scutari and King’s College London.


Awards
Royal Red Cross (1883), Lady of Grace of the Order of St John (1904), Order of Merit (1907).


Personal
British Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”


Blaise Pascal, 19 June 1623 to 19 August 1662 (39)


Vocation
Mathematician, Theologian, Philosopher and Physicist.


Known for
Pascal’s Wager, Pascal’s triangle, Pascal’s law, Pascal’s theorem and inventor of the mechanical Pascal Calculator (Pascaline).


Education
Educated at home.


Personal
French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”


Blaise Pascal, 19 June 1623 to 19 August 1662 (39)


Vocation
Mathematician, Theologian, Philosopher and Physicist.


Known for
Pascal’s Wager, Pascal’s triangle, Pascal’s law, Pascal’s theorem and inventor of the mechanical Pascal Calculator (Pascaline).


Education
Educated at home.


Personal
French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”


Blaise Pascal, 19 June 1623 to 19 August 1662 (39)


Vocation
Mathematician, Theologian, Philosopher and Physicist.


Known for
Pascal’s Wager, Pascal’s triangle, Pascal’s law, Pascal’s theorem and inventor of the mechanical Pascal Calculator (Pascaline).


Education
Educated at home.


Personal
French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”


Blaise Pascal, 19 June 1623 to 19 August 1662 (39)


Vocation
Mathematician, Theologian, Philosopher and Physicist.


Known for
Pascal’s Wager, Pascal’s triangle, Pascal’s law, Pascal’s theorem and inventor of the mechanical Pascal Calculator (Pascaline).


Education
Educated at home.


Personal
French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”


Blaise Pascal, 19 June 1623 to 19 August 1662 (39)


Vocation
Mathematician, Theologian, Philosopher and Physicist.


Known for
Pascal’s Wager, Pascal’s triangle, Pascal’s law, Pascal’s theorem and inventor of the mechanical Pascal Calculator (Pascaline).


Education
Educated at home.


Personal
French Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away.”


Linus Carl Pauling, 28 February 1901 to 19 August 1994 (93)


Vocation
Quantum Chemist and Biochemist.


Known for
Alpha sheet, Beta sheet, Bond Order, CPK Colouring, Crystal Structure Prediction, Electronegativity, Elucidating Chemical Bonds, Ice-type model, Linear combination of atomic orbitals, Molecular clock, Molecular medicine, Orbital overlap, Quantum Chemistry and Valence bond theory.


Education
Caltech, UC San Diego, Stanford and Oregon State University.


Awards
Irving Langmuir Award (1931), Davy Medal (1947), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1954), Nobel Peace Prize (1962), Roebling Medal (1967), Lenin Peace Prize (1968–69), National Medal of Science (1974), Lomonosov Gold Medal (1977), Priestley Medal (1984) and Vannevar Bush Award (1989).


Personal
American Citizen, Ava (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away.”


Linus Carl Pauling, 28 February 1901 to 19 August 1994 (93)


Vocation
Quantum Chemist and Biochemist.


Known for
Alpha sheet, Beta sheet, Bond Order, CPK Colouring, Crystal Structure Prediction, Electronegativity, Elucidating Chemical Bonds, Ice-type model, Linear combination of atomic orbitals, Molecular clock, Molecular medicine, Orbital overlap, Quantum Chemistry and Valence bond theory.


Education
Caltech, UC San Diego, Stanford and Oregon State University.


Awards
Irving Langmuir Award (1931), Davy Medal (1947), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1954), Nobel Peace Prize (1962), Roebling Medal (1967), Lenin Peace Prize (1968–69), National Medal of Science (1974), Lomonosov Gold Medal (1977), Priestley Medal (1984) and Vannevar Bush Award (1989).


Personal
American Citizen, Ava (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away.”


Linus Carl Pauling, 28 February 1901 to 19 August 1994 (93)


Vocation
Quantum Chemist and Biochemist.


Known for
Alpha sheet, Beta sheet, Bond Order, CPK Colouring, Crystal Structure Prediction, Electronegativity, Elucidating Chemical Bonds, Ice-type model, Linear combination of atomic orbitals, Molecular clock, Molecular medicine, Orbital overlap, Quantum Chemistry and Valence bond theory.


Education
Caltech, UC San Diego, Stanford and Oregon State University.


Awards
Irving Langmuir Award (1931), Davy Medal (1947), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1954), Nobel Peace Prize (1962), Roebling Medal (1967), Lenin Peace Prize (1968–69), National Medal of Science (1974), Lomonosov Gold Medal (1977), Priestley Medal (1984) and Vannevar Bush Award (1989).


Personal
American Citizen, Ava (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away.”


Linus Carl Pauling, 28 February 1901 to 19 August 1994 (93)


Vocation
Quantum Chemist and Biochemist.


Known for
Alpha sheet, Beta sheet, Bond Order, CPK Colouring, Crystal Structure Prediction, Electronegativity, Elucidating Chemical Bonds, Ice-type model, Linear combination of atomic orbitals, Molecular clock, Molecular medicine, Orbital overlap, Quantum Chemistry and Valence bond theory.


Education
Caltech, UC San Diego, Stanford and Oregon State University.


Awards
Irving Langmuir Award (1931), Davy Medal (1947), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1954), Nobel Peace Prize (1962), Roebling Medal (1967), Lenin Peace Prize (1968–69), National Medal of Science (1974), Lomonosov Gold Medal (1977), Priestley Medal (1984) and Vannevar Bush Award (1989).


Personal
American Citizen, Ava (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The way to get good ideas is to get lots of ideas and throw the bad ones away.”


Linus Carl Pauling, 28 February 1901 to 19 August 1994 (93)


Vocation
Quantum Chemist and Biochemist.


Known for
Alpha sheet, Beta sheet, Bond Order, CPK Colouring, Crystal Structure Prediction, Electronegativity, Elucidating Chemical Bonds, Ice-type model, Linear combination of atomic orbitals, Molecular clock, Molecular medicine, Orbital overlap, Quantum Chemistry and Valence bond theory.


Education
Caltech, UC San Diego, Stanford and Oregon State University.


Awards
Irving Langmuir Award (1931), Davy Medal (1947), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1954), Nobel Peace Prize (1962), Roebling Medal (1967), Lenin Peace Prize (1968–69), National Medal of Science (1974), Lomonosov Gold Medal (1977), Priestley Medal (1984) and Vannevar Bush Award (1989).


Personal
American Citizen, Ava (Spouse) and 4 Children.



Planck, Max Karl Ernst Ludwig P
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“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”


Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck, 23 April 1858 to 4 October 1947 (89)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Planck Constant, Planck Postulate and the Planck’s law of black body radiation.


Education
University of Kiel, University of Berlin, University of Göttingen, Kaiser Wilhelm Society and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1918), Lorentz Medal (1927), Copley Medal (1929), Max Planck Medal (1929) and the Goethe Prize (1945).


Personal
German Citizen, Marie (Spouse), 4 Children and Marga (Spouse), 1 Child.



“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”


Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck, 23 April 1858 to 4 October 1947 (89)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Planck Constant, Planck Postulate and the Planck’s law of black body radiation.


Education
University of Kiel, University of Berlin, University of Göttingen, Kaiser Wilhelm Society and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1918), Lorentz Medal (1927), Copley Medal (1929), Max Planck Medal (1929) and the Goethe Prize (1945).


Personal
German Citizen, Marie (Spouse), 4 Children and Marga (Spouse), 1 Child.



“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”


Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck, 23 April 1858 to 4 October 1947 (89)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Planck Constant, Planck Postulate and the Planck’s law of black body radiation.


Education
University of Kiel, University of Berlin, University of Göttingen, Kaiser Wilhelm Society and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1918), Lorentz Medal (1927), Copley Medal (1929), Max Planck Medal (1929) and the Goethe Prize (1945).


Personal
German Citizen, Marie (Spouse), 4 Children and Marga (Spouse), 1 Child.



“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”


Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck, 23 April 1858 to 4 October 1947 (89)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Planck Constant, Planck Postulate and the Planck’s law of black body radiation.


Education
University of Kiel, University of Berlin, University of Göttingen, Kaiser Wilhelm Society and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1918), Lorentz Medal (1927), Copley Medal (1929), Max Planck Medal (1929) and the Goethe Prize (1945).


Personal
German Citizen, Marie (Spouse), 4 Children and Marga (Spouse), 1 Child.



“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force… We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.”


Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck, 23 April 1858 to 4 October 1947 (89)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Planck Constant, Planck Postulate and the Planck’s law of black body radiation.


Education
University of Kiel, University of Berlin, University of Göttingen, Kaiser Wilhelm Society and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.


Awards
Nobel Prize in Physics (1918), Lorentz Medal (1927), Copley Medal (1929), Max Planck Medal (1929) and the Goethe Prize (1945).


Personal
German Citizen, Marie (Spouse), 4 Children and Marga (Spouse), 1 Child.



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“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”


Plato of Athens, 428 BCE to 348 BCE (80)


Vocation
Philosopher, Educator, Artist, Writer, Lawyer, and Politician.


Known for
Equality of women in education. Founded the Academy in Athens, one of the great philosophical schools of antiquity. Theory of Forms, Platonic idealism and realism. “The Republic” Work.


Education
Student of Socrates.


Personal
Greek Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”


Plato of Athens, 428 BCE to 348 BCE (80)


Vocation
Philosopher, Educator, Artist, Writer, Lawyer, and Politician.


Known for
Equality of women in education. Founded the Academy in Athens, one of the great philosophical schools of antiquity. Theory of Forms, Platonic idealism and realism. “The Republic” Work.


Education
Student of Socrates.


Personal
Greek Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”


Plato of Athens, 428 BCE to 348 BCE (80)


Vocation
Philosopher, Educator, Artist, Writer, Lawyer, and Politician.


Known for
Equality of women in education. Founded the Academy in Athens, one of the great philosophical schools of antiquity. Theory of Forms, Platonic idealism and realism. “The Republic” Work.


Education
Student of Socrates.


Personal
Greek Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”


Plato of Athens, 428 BCE to 348 BCE (80)


Vocation
Philosopher, Educator, Artist, Writer, Lawyer, and Politician.


Known for
Equality of women in education. Founded the Academy in Athens, one of the great philosophical schools of antiquity. Theory of Forms, Platonic idealism and realism. “The Republic” Work.


Education
Student of Socrates.


Personal
Greek Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”


Plato of Athens, 428 BCE to 348 BCE (80)


Vocation
Philosopher, Educator, Artist, Writer, Lawyer, and Politician.


Known for
Equality of women in education. Founded the Academy in Athens, one of the great philosophical schools of antiquity. Theory of Forms, Platonic idealism and realism. “The Republic” Work.


Education
Student of Socrates.


Personal
Greek Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought.”


Pythagoras of Samos, 570 BC to 495 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Mathematician and Scientist.


Known for
Pythagorean Theorem.


Education
Pythagoreanism was the system of esoteric and metaphysical beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were influenced by mathematics, music and astronomy.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Theano (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought.”


Pythagoras of Samos, 570 BC to 495 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Mathematician and Scientist.


Known for
Pythagorean Theorem.


Education
Pythagoreanism was the system of esoteric and metaphysical beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were influenced by mathematics, music and astronomy.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Theano (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought.”


Pythagoras of Samos, 570 BC to 495 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Mathematician and Scientist.


Known for
Pythagorean Theorem.


Education
Pythagoreanism was the system of esoteric and metaphysical beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were influenced by mathematics, music and astronomy.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Theano (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought.”


Pythagoras of Samos, 570 BC to 495 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Mathematician and Scientist.


Known for
Pythagorean Theorem.


Education
Pythagoreanism was the system of esoteric and metaphysical beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were influenced by mathematics, music and astronomy.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Theano (Spouse) and 4 Children.



“The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought.”


Pythagoras of Samos, 570 BC to 495 BC (75)


Vocation
Philosopher, Mathematician and Scientist.


Known for
Pythagorean Theorem.


Education
Pythagoreanism was the system of esoteric and metaphysical beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were influenced by mathematics, music and astronomy.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Theano (Spouse) and 4 Children.



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“If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.”


Ernest Rutherford (Lord), 30 August 1871 to 19 October 1937 (66)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
The Right Honourable – The Lord Rutherford of Nelson – FRS OM Father of nuclear physics, Rutherford model, Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, Discovery of the proton, Rutherford (unit) and coining the term, ‘artificial disintegration’.


Education
University of Canterbury, University of Cambridge, McGill University and University of Manchester.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1904), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1908), Barnard Medal (1910), Elliott Cresson Medal (1910), Matteucci Medal (1913), Copley Medal (1922), Franklin Medal (1924), Albert Medal (1928) and the Faraday Medal (1930).


Personal
New Zealand and British Citizen, Mary (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.”


Ernest Rutherford (Lord), 30 August 1871 to 19 October 1937 (66)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
The Right Honourable – The Lord Rutherford of Nelson – FRS OM Father of nuclear physics, Rutherford model, Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, Discovery of the proton, Rutherford (unit) and coining the term, ‘artificial disintegration’.


Education
University of Canterbury, University of Cambridge, McGill University and University of Manchester.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1904), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1908), Barnard Medal (1910), Elliott Cresson Medal (1910), Matteucci Medal (1913), Copley Medal (1922), Franklin Medal (1924), Albert Medal (1928) and the Faraday Medal (1930).


Personal
New Zealand and British Citizen, Mary (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.”


Ernest Rutherford (Lord), 30 August 1871 to 19 October 1937 (66)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
The Right Honourable – The Lord Rutherford of Nelson – FRS OM Father of nuclear physics, Rutherford model, Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, Discovery of the proton, Rutherford (unit) and coining the term, ‘artificial disintegration’.


Education
University of Canterbury, University of Cambridge, McGill University and University of Manchester.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1904), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1908), Barnard Medal (1910), Elliott Cresson Medal (1910), Matteucci Medal (1913), Copley Medal (1922), Franklin Medal (1924), Albert Medal (1928) and the Faraday Medal (1930).


Personal
New Zealand and British Citizen, Mary (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.”


Ernest Rutherford (Lord), 30 August 1871 to 19 October 1937 (66)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
The Right Honourable – The Lord Rutherford of Nelson – FRS OM Father of nuclear physics, Rutherford model, Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, Discovery of the proton, Rutherford (unit) and coining the term, ‘artificial disintegration’.


Education
University of Canterbury, University of Cambridge, McGill University and University of Manchester.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1904), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1908), Barnard Medal (1910), Elliott Cresson Medal (1910), Matteucci Medal (1913), Copley Medal (1922), Franklin Medal (1924), Albert Medal (1928) and the Faraday Medal (1930).


Personal
New Zealand and British Citizen, Mary (Spouse) and 1 Child.



“If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.”


Ernest Rutherford (Lord), 30 August 1871 to 19 October 1937 (66)


Vocation
Theoretical & Experimental Physicist and Chemist.


Known for
The Right Honourable – The Lord Rutherford of Nelson – FRS OM Father of nuclear physics, Rutherford model, Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, Discovery of the proton, Rutherford (unit) and coining the term, ‘artificial disintegration’.


Education
University of Canterbury, University of Cambridge, McGill University and University of Manchester.


Awards
Rumford Medal (1904), Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1908), Barnard Medal (1910), Elliott Cresson Medal (1910), Matteucci Medal (1913), Copley Medal (1922), Franklin Medal (1924), Albert Medal (1928) and the Faraday Medal (1930).


Personal
New Zealand and British Citizen, Mary (Spouse) and 1 Child.



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“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”


Carl Edward Sagan, 9 November 1934 to 20 December 1996 (62)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Cosmologist, Astrobiologist and Science Writer.


Known for
Pioneered Exobiology, Co-founded of “The Planetary Society”, Ambassador for the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI), Frank Drake Equation, arranged beamed message into space from the Arecibo Radio Telescope, Chief Technology Officer of the research journal Icarus. Published 600 Scientific Papers and Authored and co-authored 20 Books. Narrated and co-wrote “Cosmos TV Series” and wrote novel that became the film “Contact”.


Education
University of Chicago (B.A.) (BSc) (MSc) (PhD), Cornell University, Harvard University, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, University of California and Berkeley.


Awards
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, Oersted Medal Award for Public Understanding of Science and National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal.


Personal
American Citizen, Lynn (Spouse 1957-1965), Linda (Spouse 1968-1981), Ann (Spouse 1981-) and 5 Children.



“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”


Carl Edward Sagan, 9 November 1934 to 20 December 1996 (62)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Cosmologist, Astrobiologist and Science Writer.


Known for
Pioneered Exobiology, Co-founded of “The Planetary Society”, Ambassador for the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI), Frank Drake Equation, arranged beamed message into space from the Arecibo Radio Telescope, Chief Technology Officer of the research journal Icarus. Published 600 Scientific Papers and Authored and co-authored 20 Books. Narrated and co-wrote “Cosmos TV Series” and wrote novel that became the film “Contact”.


Education
University of Chicago (B.A.) (BSc) (MSc) (PhD), Cornell University, Harvard University, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, University of California and Berkeley.


Awards
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, Oersted Medal Award for Public Understanding of Science and National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal.


Personal
American Citizen, Lynn (Spouse 1957-1965), Linda (Spouse 1968-1981), Ann (Spouse 1981-) and 5 Children.



“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”


Carl Edward Sagan, 9 November 1934 to 20 December 1996 (62)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Cosmologist, Astrobiologist and Science Writer.


Known for
Pioneered Exobiology, Co-founded of “The Planetary Society”, Ambassador for the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI), Frank Drake Equation, arranged beamed message into space from the Arecibo Radio Telescope, Chief Technology Officer of the research journal Icarus. Published 600 Scientific Papers and Authored and co-authored 20 Books. Narrated and co-wrote “Cosmos TV Series” and wrote novel that became the film “Contact”.


Education
University of Chicago (B.A.) (BSc) (MSc) (PhD), Cornell University, Harvard University, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, University of California and Berkeley.


Awards
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, Oersted Medal Award for Public Understanding of Science and National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal.


Personal
American Citizen, Lynn (Spouse 1957-1965), Linda (Spouse 1968-1981), Ann (Spouse 1981-) and 5 Children.



“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”


Carl Edward Sagan, 9 November 1934 to 20 December 1996 (62)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Cosmologist, Astrobiologist and Science Writer.


Known for
Pioneered Exobiology, Co-founded of “The Planetary Society”, Ambassador for the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI), Frank Drake Equation, arranged beamed message into space from the Arecibo Radio Telescope, Chief Technology Officer of the research journal Icarus. Published 600 Scientific Papers and Authored and co-authored 20 Books. Narrated and co-wrote “Cosmos TV Series” and wrote novel that became the film “Contact”.


Education
University of Chicago (B.A.) (BSc) (MSc) (PhD), Cornell University, Harvard University, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, University of California and Berkeley.


Awards
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, Oersted Medal Award for Public Understanding of Science and National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal.


Personal
American Citizen, Lynn (Spouse 1957-1965), Linda (Spouse 1968-1981), Ann (Spouse 1981-) and 5 Children.



“We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.”


Carl Edward Sagan, 9 November 1934 to 20 December 1996 (62)


Vocation
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Cosmologist, Astrobiologist and Science Writer.


Known for
Pioneered Exobiology, Co-founded of “The Planetary Society”, Ambassador for the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI), Frank Drake Equation, arranged beamed message into space from the Arecibo Radio Telescope, Chief Technology Officer of the research journal Icarus. Published 600 Scientific Papers and Authored and co-authored 20 Books. Narrated and co-wrote “Cosmos TV Series” and wrote novel that became the film “Contact”.


Education
University of Chicago (B.A.) (BSc) (MSc) (PhD), Cornell University, Harvard University, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, University of California and Berkeley.


Awards
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, Oersted Medal Award for Public Understanding of Science and National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal.


Personal
American Citizen, Lynn (Spouse 1957-1965), Linda (Spouse 1968-1981), Ann (Spouse 1981-) and 5 Children.



Schrödinger, Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander S
Schrödinger, Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander S
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“The scientist only imposes two things, namely truth and sincerity, imposes them upon himself and upon other scientists.”


Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger, 12 August 1887 to 4 January 1961 (73)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Schrödinger equation, Schrödinger’s cat, Schrödinger method, Rayleigh-Schrödinger perturbation Coherent states, Energy level, Qualia, Quantum biology, Quantum superposition.


Education
University of Breslau, University of Zürich Humboldt, University of Berlin, University of Oxford, University of Graz, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ghent University and the University of Vienna.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1927), Nobel Prize in Physics (1933) and the Max Planck Medal (1937).


Personal
Austrian and Irish Citizen, Annemarie (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“The scientist only imposes two things, namely truth and sincerity, imposes them upon himself and upon other scientists.”


Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger, 12 August 1887 to 4 January 1961 (73)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Schrödinger equation, Schrödinger’s cat, Schrödinger method, Rayleigh-Schrödinger perturbation Coherent states, Energy level, Qualia, Quantum biology, Quantum superposition.


Education
University of Breslau, University of Zürich Humboldt, University of Berlin, University of Oxford, University of Graz, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ghent University and the University of Vienna.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1927), Nobel Prize in Physics (1933) and the Max Planck Medal (1937).


Personal
Austrian and Irish Citizen, Annemarie (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“The scientist only imposes two things, namely truth and sincerity, imposes them upon himself and upon other scientists.”


Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger, 12 August 1887 to 4 January 1961 (73)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Schrödinger equation, Schrödinger’s cat, Schrödinger method, Rayleigh-Schrödinger perturbation Coherent states, Energy level, Qualia, Quantum biology, Quantum superposition.


Education
University of Breslau, University of Zürich Humboldt, University of Berlin, University of Oxford, University of Graz, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ghent University and the University of Vienna.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1927), Nobel Prize in Physics (1933) and the Max Planck Medal (1937).


Personal
Austrian and Irish Citizen, Annemarie (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“The scientist only imposes two things, namely truth and sincerity, imposes them upon himself and upon other scientists.”


Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger, 12 August 1887 to 4 January 1961 (73)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Schrödinger equation, Schrödinger’s cat, Schrödinger method, Rayleigh-Schrödinger perturbation Coherent states, Energy level, Qualia, Quantum biology, Quantum superposition.


Education
University of Breslau, University of Zürich Humboldt, University of Berlin, University of Oxford, University of Graz, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ghent University and the University of Vienna.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1927), Nobel Prize in Physics (1933) and the Max Planck Medal (1937).


Personal
Austrian and Irish Citizen, Annemarie (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“The scientist only imposes two things, namely truth and sincerity, imposes them upon himself and upon other scientists.”


Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger, 12 August 1887 to 4 January 1961 (73)


Vocation
Theoretical Physicist.


Known for
Schrödinger equation, Schrödinger’s cat, Schrödinger method, Rayleigh-Schrödinger perturbation Coherent states, Energy level, Qualia, Quantum biology, Quantum superposition.


Education
University of Breslau, University of Zürich Humboldt, University of Berlin, University of Oxford, University of Graz, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Ghent University and the University of Vienna.


Awards
Matteucci Medal (1927), Nobel Prize in Physics (1933) and the Max Planck Medal (1937).


Personal
Austrian and Irish Citizen, Annemarie (Spouse) and 2 Children.



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“To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge.”


Socrates of Athens, 470 BC to 399 BC (71)


Vocation
Philosopher, Master Stone Cutter and Epistemologist.


Known for
Socratic Method & Socratic Irony.


Education
Self Taught.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Xanthippe (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge.”


Socrates of Athens, 470 BC to 399 BC (71)


Vocation
Philosopher, Master Stone Cutter and Epistemologist.


Known for
Socratic Method & Socratic Irony.


Education
Self Taught.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Xanthippe (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge.”


Socrates of Athens, 470 BC to 399 BC (71)


Vocation
Philosopher, Master Stone Cutter and Epistemologist.


Known for
Socratic Method & Socratic Irony.


Education
Self Taught.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Xanthippe (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge.”


Socrates of Athens, 470 BC to 399 BC (71)


Vocation
Philosopher, Master Stone Cutter and Epistemologist.


Known for
Socratic Method & Socratic Irony.


Education
Self Taught.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Xanthippe (Spouse) and 3 Children.



“To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge.”


Socrates of Athens, 470 BC to 399 BC (71)


Vocation
Philosopher, Master Stone Cutter and Epistemologist.


Known for
Socratic Method & Socratic Irony.


Education
Self Taught.


Personal
Greek Citizen, Xanthippe (Spouse) and 3 Children.



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“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come and point the way.”


Nikola Tesla, 10 July 1856 to 7 January 1943 (86)


Vocation
Electrical Engineer.


Known for
Induction motor, rotating magnetic field, Tesla coil and Radio remote control vehicle (torpedo).


Education
Graz University of Technology.


Awards
Order of St. Sava II Class (1892), Elliott Cresson Medal (1894), Order of Prince Danilo I (1895), Edison Medal (1916), Order of St. Sava, I Class (1926), Order of the Yugoslav Crown (1931), John Scott Medal (1934), Order of the White Eagle, I Class (1936), Order of the White Lion, I Class (1937), University of Paris Medal (1937) and the Medal of the University St. Clement of Ochrida, Sofia, Bulgaria (1939).


Personal
Austrian and American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come and point the way.”


Nikola Tesla, 10 July 1856 to 7 January 1943 (86)


Vocation
Electrical Engineer.


Known for
Induction motor, rotating magnetic field, Tesla coil and Radio remote control vehicle (torpedo).


Education
Graz University of Technology.


Awards
Order of St. Sava II Class (1892), Elliott Cresson Medal (1894), Order of Prince Danilo I (1895), Edison Medal (1916), Order of St. Sava, I Class (1926), Order of the Yugoslav Crown (1931), John Scott Medal (1934), Order of the White Eagle, I Class (1936), Order of the White Lion, I Class (1937), University of Paris Medal (1937) and the Medal of the University St. Clement of Ochrida, Sofia, Bulgaria (1939).


Personal
Austrian and American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come and point the way.”


Nikola Tesla, 10 July 1856 to 7 January 1943 (86)


Vocation
Electrical Engineer.


Known for
Induction motor, rotating magnetic field, Tesla coil and Radio remote control vehicle (torpedo).


Education
Graz University of Technology.


Awards
Order of St. Sava II Class (1892), Elliott Cresson Medal (1894), Order of Prince Danilo I (1895), Edison Medal (1916), Order of St. Sava, I Class (1926), Order of the Yugoslav Crown (1931), John Scott Medal (1934), Order of the White Eagle, I Class (1936), Order of the White Lion, I Class (1937), University of Paris Medal (1937) and the Medal of the University St. Clement of Ochrida, Sofia, Bulgaria (1939).


Personal
Austrian and American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come and point the way.”


Nikola Tesla, 10 July 1856 to 7 January 1943 (86)


Vocation
Electrical Engineer.


Known for
Induction motor, rotating magnetic field, Tesla coil and Radio remote control vehicle (torpedo).


Education
Graz University of Technology.


Awards
Order of St. Sava II Class (1892), Elliott Cresson Medal (1894), Order of Prince Danilo I (1895), Edison Medal (1916), Order of St. Sava, I Class (1926), Order of the Yugoslav Crown (1931), John Scott Medal (1934), Order of the White Eagle, I Class (1936), Order of the White Lion, I Class (1937), University of Paris Medal (1937) and the Medal of the University St. Clement of Ochrida, Sofia, Bulgaria (1939).


Personal
Austrian and American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



“The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – for the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come and point the way.”


Nikola Tesla, 10 July 1856 to 7 January 1943 (86)


Vocation
Electrical Engineer.


Known for
Induction motor, rotating magnetic field, Tesla coil and Radio remote control vehicle (torpedo).


Education
Graz University of Technology.


Awards
Order of St. Sava II Class (1892), Elliott Cresson Medal (1894), Order of Prince Danilo I (1895), Edison Medal (1916), Order of St. Sava, I Class (1926), Order of the Yugoslav Crown (1931), John Scott Medal (1934), Order of the White Eagle, I Class (1936), Order of the White Lion, I Class (1937), University of Paris Medal (1937) and the Medal of the University St. Clement of Ochrida, Sofia, Bulgaria (1939).


Personal
Austrian and American Citizen, No Spouse and No Children.



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“A clone of Einstein wouldn’t be stupid, but he wouldn’t necessarily be any genius, either.”


James Dewey Watson, April 6, 1928


Vocation
Molecular Biologist, Geneticist and Zoologist.


Known for
Co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.


Education
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, National Institutes of Health, University of Chicago (B.S., 1947) and the Indiana University (Ph.D., 1950).


Awards
Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1962), John J. Carty Award (1971), Copley Medal (1993) [4] and the Lomonosov Gold Medal (1994).


Personal
American Citizen, Elizabeth (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“A clone of Einstein wouldn’t be stupid, but he wouldn’t necessarily be any genius, either.”


James Dewey Watson, April 6, 1928


Vocation
Molecular Biologist, Geneticist and Zoologist.


Known for
Co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.


Education
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, National Institutes of Health, University of Chicago (B.S., 1947) and the Indiana University (Ph.D., 1950).


Awards
Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1962), John J. Carty Award (1971), Copley Medal (1993) [4] and the Lomonosov Gold Medal (1994).


Personal
American Citizen, Elizabeth (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“A clone of Einstein wouldn’t be stupid, but he wouldn’t necessarily be any genius, either.”


James Dewey Watson, April 6, 1928


Vocation
Molecular Biologist, Geneticist and Zoologist.


Known for
Co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.


Education
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, National Institutes of Health, University of Chicago (B.S., 1947) and the Indiana University (Ph.D., 1950).


Awards
Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1962), John J. Carty Award (1971), Copley Medal (1993) [4] and the Lomonosov Gold Medal (1994).


Personal
American Citizen, Elizabeth (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“A clone of Einstein wouldn’t be stupid, but he wouldn’t necessarily be any genius, either.”


James Dewey Watson, April 6, 1928


Vocation
Molecular Biologist, Geneticist and Zoologist.


Known for
Co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.


Education
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, National Institutes of Health, University of Chicago (B.S., 1947) and the Indiana University (Ph.D., 1950).


Awards
Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1962), John J. Carty Award (1971), Copley Medal (1993) [4] and the Lomonosov Gold Medal (1994).


Personal
American Citizen, Elizabeth (Spouse) and 2 Children.



“A clone of Einstein wouldn’t be stupid, but he wouldn’t necessarily be any genius, either.”


James Dewey Watson, April 6, 1928


Vocation
Molecular Biologist, Geneticist and Zoologist.


Known for
Co-discoverer of the structure of DNA.


Education
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Harvard University, University of Cambridge, National Institutes of Health, University of Chicago (B.S., 1947) and the Indiana University (Ph.D., 1950).


Awards
Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1962), John J. Carty Award (1971), Copley Medal (1993) [4] and the Lomonosov Gold Medal (1994).


Personal
American Citizen, Elizabeth (Spouse) and 2 Children.



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