Time Line :)

Five scientists

Nicolaus Copernicus

February 19, 1473 - May 24, 1543

Nicolaus Copernicus was well known for his Copernican theHis theory stated that sun rest near the center of the universe, and the earth, which spun daily on its axis, revolved annually around the sun. Now, this process is known as helocentric system. After making a career in medicine, he started to write books about astronomy.

Glileo Glilei

February 15, 1564 - January 8, 1642

Galileo invented the geometric compass he called it Military compass because it could be used to aim cannons.

Charles Darwin

February 12, 1809 - April 19, 1882

Charles Darwin investigated just about every form of life except dinosaurs :) such as barnacles, plants, earthworms, and prehistoric mammals. In an essential way, it was Darwin's theory that helped to make sense of the numerous dinosaur fossils being dug up all over the world in the 19th century.

Marie Curie

November 7, 1867 - July 4, 1934

Marie Curie is one of the most famous scientists that ever lived. Her discoverys such as the discovery of Radium and other key elements help us out every day, especially when getting an x-ray.

Albert Einstein

March 14, 1879 - April 18, 1955

Albert Einstein is famous for coming up with several mportant theories such as the behavior of matter and energy in the universe. Einstein's first published theory that became widely known is his theory on thermodynamic fluctuation,

Scientific Breakthrough's

Heliocentrism

1543

Heliocentrism is the view that the sun is at the center of the universe. It was made by some ancient Greeks,and became the dominant view in the 1700's and 1800's. We stoped using it in the 20th century.

Andreas Vesalius

1543

On December 31,1514 through October 15, 1564 Andreas Vasalius was a Flemish,anatomist, physician, and author of one of the most influential books.

Michael Servetus

1552

In 1529 Servetus accompanied his employer, Quintana, who is the royal confessor, and the imperial party as they traveled to the coronation of Charles V in Bologna, Italy.

Tycho Brahe

1570

Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is importan for two reaseons: Observing and measuring the distance to a Supernovaortant,and making the most accurate measurements of planetary positions available.

William Gilbert

1600

Father of electricity. William Gilbert, was a physician and man of learning. Before him, all that was known of electricity was what the ancients knew...That the lodestone possessed magnetic properties.

Medicene

Islamic Medicine

701 BC

There is evidence that establishment hospitals were existing by the 8th Century and they were soon widespreaded across the Islamic world.

Hippocrates

460 BC

Hippocrates was discovered by a Greek physician also the founder of the first university, AKA the father of medicene.

Thomas Trotter

1804

Thomas Trotter studied medicine in Edinburgh as surgeons mate.

Louis Pasteur

1822

Pasteur can be considered one of the best medical scientists in the world.