Applied Science - Science and Math (4C)
Post Lab 

JUST A FEW INVENTORS AND SCIENTISTS

Carolus Linnaeus

(1707-1778)

classification system

Marie Curie

(1867-1898)

radioactivity, discovered radium and polonium

Galileo Galilii (1564-1642) gravity, telescope allowed him to discover many unknown features

Isaac Newton

(1643-1727)

laws of motion, calculus, optics, celestial mechanics

Louis Pasteur

(1822-1895)

spread of disease, pasteurization

Charles Darwin

(1809-1882)

natural selection, coral reefs, evolution

Jonas Salk

(1914-       )

vaccine for polio

Albert Einstein

(1879-1955)

relativity, photoelectric effect, quantum mechanics

George Washington
Carver

(1861-1943)

agriculture, peanuts and sweet potato products

Robert Fulton

(1765-1815)

steamboat

Thomas Edison

(1847-1931)

incandescent lamp, electric power station, phonograph

Marconi Guglielmo

(1874-1937)

wireless telegraph

Tísai Lun

around 100 A.D.

paper

early North Africans

 

writing, numbers

early American Indians

 

agriculture

 

[Dictionary]
  [Back to Applied Science Grid]  [Back to Science & Math (4)