Robert Hooke was born in Freshwater, England in 1636. Robert Hooke was an architect, natural philosopher, an amazing scientist, And known for his law of elasticity. He went to school at Oxford and spent his career at the Royal Society and Gresham College. He is also famous for being the first person to use the word cells, coming from the latin word “cella”, which means small rooms. He also Ended up publishing a book “Micrographia” in 1665. That book was about his work using the microscope to write down observations of a lot of different samples. Hooke died in London in 1703.