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Who Are The Foreign Scientist And Their Contribution?

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Some of the most famous foreign scientists that have contributed to the field of science include Galileo Galilei, Louis Pasteur, Alexander Fleming and Marie Curie.

  • Galileo Galilei.
Galileo Galilei was an Italian scientist who is often referred to as the father of science. He has an extensive list of contributions that he made to science around 400 years ago. These include the refinement and innovation to the telescope which resulted in him being able to look deeper into the constructs of space.

Furthermore, Galileo invented one of the first ever thermometers in 1593. It was compromised of various objects submerged in water and contained in a glass cylinder. Each object had a different weight and would react to any fluctuations in the temperature by rising to the top or sinking to the bottom of the container.  He was also a very wise and talented mathematician.

  • Louis Pasteur.
Louis Pasteur was a French microbiologist and famous chemist who was the first to create and administer a vaccine. He created the first ever vaccine for rabies and anthrax as well as making the discovery that a deactivated virus could in fact strengthen the body if it were to be exposed to it. He was also responsible for discovering the process of pasteurizing milk, hence the term 'pasteurization'.

  • Alexander Fleming.
Sir Alexander Fleming was a Scottish biologist who made the discovery of the very first antibiotic - penicillin. He received a Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine award for his work alongside his fellow scientists Howard Florey and Sir Ernst Boris Chain who aided him in this discovery.

  • Marie Curie.
Marie Curie was a French scientist who was the first person to ever win two Nobel Prize awards; one in the field of physics and one in the field of chemistry. She conducted innovative and astonishing research into radioactivity and eventually used this research to be the first to ever treat cancer with radiation. She also responsible for discovering two chemical elements; radium and polonium
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Isaac Newton- Laws of Motion and Universal Gravitation

John Dalton- Atomic Theory

Galileo Galilei- first telescope

James Maxwell- Electromagnetic Theory

Albert Einstein- Theory of Relativity

Benjamin Franklin- electricity (lightning rod)

Johannes Kepler- Laws of Planetary Motion

Gregor Johann Mendel- heredity

Pierre and Marie Curie- discovered Polonium,Radium and Radioactivity

Max Planck- Quantum Theory

Jomar Pagdunsulan-discovered the  Piseta
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Isaac Newton- Laws of Motion and Universal Gravitation

John Dalton- Atomic Theory

Galileo Galilei- first telescope

James Maxwell- Electromagnetic Theory

Albert Einstein- Theory of Relativity

Benjamin Franklin- electricity (lightning rod)

Johannes Kepler- Laws of Planetary Motion

Gregor Johann Mendel- heredity

Pierre and Marie Curie- discovered Polonium,Radium and Radioactivity

Max Planck- Quantum Theory

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Give the foreign scientist and their contributions
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Isaac Newton- Laws of Motion and Universal Gravitation

John Dalton- Atomic Theory

Galileo Galilei- first telescope

James Maxwell- Electromagnetic Theory

Albert Einstein- Theory of Relativity

Benjamin Franklin- electricity (lightning rod)

Johannes Kepler- Laws of Planetary Motion

Gregor Johann Mendel- heredity

Pierre and Marie Curie- discovered Polonium,Radium and Radioactivity

Max Planck- Quantum Theory
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Give 5 foreign scientist and there invention
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Galileo Galilee- he invented the telescope
sir isaac new ton- the three laws of motion namely:
1.law of inertia
2.law of acceleration
3.if there is an motion there is an equal or opposite reaction
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1.Galileo Galileo.2.Isaac Newton,3.Eduard Jenner,4.Johannes Kepler,5.Alessandro Volta,6.Albert Einstein,7.Louis Post cur,8.Marie Curie,9.William Nicholson,10.Samuel Finley
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The only one that comes to mind right now, without research, is Maria Sklodowska-Curie, a polish-french chemist and physicist who pioneered radiology and the treatment of cancers with radio-isotopes and discovered the elements polonium and radium. She theorised about radioactivity (coining the term).
She was awarded the Nobel Laureate twice and was the first female professor at the University of Paris

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