Who Are The Famous Foreign Scientists And Their Contribution In Biology?


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There are absolutely loads of famous scientists all over the world depending on your current location it is hard to specify which are actually foreign.

You can access information on websites such as Wikipedia by searching for "famous scientists" on a search engine such as Google. This will bring you back many results for you to look through and find out information on scientists all over the world and the things that they have invented.

Some of the most famous scientists of all time include:

  • Albert Einstein who invented the theory of general relativity during his lifetime: Between 1879 and 1955. He received the Nobel Prize in 1921 for his efforts and discoveries in Physics, with some of his work (discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect) aiding scientists today even, with the establishment of the quantum theory that is within Physics.
  • Marie Curie who discovered radioactivity and was also the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize.
  • Samuel Pierpont Langley who was the founder of one of the first instruments that measured the amount of energy that is radiated by the sun.
  • Robert Cess who first looked into things surrounding water vapor, clouds and carbon dioxide in regard to their effects on the environment.
  • Benjamin Franklin found that lighter color cloth absorbs less sunlight than dark clothing does when the weather is sunny, leading to him suggesting that people ought to wear lighter clothes in incredibly sunny weather, in a bid to stay cool.
These are just a few examples of the famous scientists that you can research online or from a book and discover more about the people that have helped us to have a greater understanding about the world around us. Without these people, we'd not be able to have created the medicines and the understanding that we need to live on this planet.
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