Scientist Timeline

Scientist

Plato

428 B.C. - 348 B.C.

Plato was a greek philosopher and mathematician

Aristotle

384 B.C. - 322 B.C.

Essentially everything in science
Incorrectly theorized the shape of our solar system

Hypatia

350 A.D. - 415 A.D.

Others contributions to science have been based off her research

Nicholas Copernicus

1473 - 1543

Discovered the earth revolved around the sun

Johannes Kepler

1571 - 1630

Keplers law of planetary motion, Invented and improved version of the telescope

Isaac Newton

1643 - 1727

Telescope
discovered gravity
3 Laws of Motion

Caroline Herschel

1750 - 1848

First women to discover a comet

Helped her brother discover Uranus

Michael Faraday

1791 - 1867

electromagnetic
electric motor

Alfred Nobel

1833 - 1896

Dynamite
Detonation cap
Nobel Prize

Dmitri Mendeleev

1834 - 1907

Designed the periodic table
Discovered the first 60 elements

Thomas Edison

1847 - 1931

Patented light bulb
Phonograph
Commercial Energy
Direct Current (DC)

Nikola Tesla

1856 - 1943

Alternating Current (AC), Radar,
Remote Control, Tesla Coil, And the Death ray

Marie Curie

1867 - 1934

discovered radium and
polonium

Albert Einstein

1879 - 1955

Created the refrigerator
won the nobel prize in physics

Alfred Wegener

1880 - 1930

Theorised continental drift

Dorothy Hodgkin

1910 - 1994

molecule structure with x-ray analysis
first woman to win Nobel prize in U.K.

Richard Phillips Feynman

1918 - 1988

Atomic Bomb
Revolutionized Quantum Mechanics
He wrote several books and journals

Ted Fujita

1920 - 1998

Fujita Scale

Rosalind Franklin

1920 - 1958

Discovered the double helix (DNA)
Discovered the A and B DNA

Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin

1930

He was on the Apollo 11 mission

Joanne Simpson

1939 - 2010

First Female Meteorologist
first woman to get a Phd in meteorology and become a meteorologist

Stephen Hawking

1942

Hawking Radiation Theory

Hwang Woo-Suk

1953

Cloned multiple animals
2004 he said he successfully cloned human embryos

Cloned an Afghan dog named Snuppy