People either hated him or loved him because of the theories he used to talk about. He believed that every person has an unconscious feeling that can be discovered through a process called "psychoanalysis."
1858 - 1947
His work on science was so important that when he was doing the "classical physics" ended, he began the "modern physics".
1867 - 1934
She worked very closely with her husband and they both discoverd two new elements: polonium and radium.
1879 - 1955
He was known for his interest in knowing the world around him and science. People also loved him for his down-to-earth sense of humor.
1920 - 1958
She was known for her work on the molecular structures.
There are 3 scientific laws describing orbital motion, originally to describe the motion of planets around the sun.
First Marine Hospital
May 3, 1802
The first Marine hospital was authorized to be built in Boston, Mass.
He discovered that the Milky Way is just one of many galaxies.
Claude E. Shannon to find fundamental limits on signal processing operations such as compressing data.
John Carew Eccles Death.
Eccles was from Australia, he was awarded one third of the 1963 Nobel Prize in medicine. He won it because of the information he discovered of how nerve cells relay.
Major Medicine Scientists
Sir Isaac Newton
December 25, 1642
He was physicist, mathematician, astronomer, alchemist, and natural philosopher. All 5 in a row.
John B. Gurdon.
He is best known for his research in nuclear transplantation and cloning.
Yamanaka worked on how to turn mature cells in mice into stem cells by adding a few genes.
Medical Major Events
In the 18th century, the anti-smallpox vaccine was rediscovered in the west. It had been invented in China by a Taoist monk in the 10th century BC.
German ophthalmologist A.E. Fick made the first corneal lenses, now known as contact lenses.
Karl Landsteiner introduces the system to classify blood into A, B, AB, and O groups.
The Discovery of AIDS
Both HIV-1 and HIV-2 are believed to have originated in West-central Africa and to have transferred to humans (a process known as zoonosis) in the early 20th century.
The First Cancer Vaccine
April 8, 2008
New York-based company announced that it had received approval for the first cancer vaccine in Russia.