Author: Gama

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Enrico Fermi – The Manhattan Project

Enrico Fermi was the most complete physicist of the past century – the world’s theoretician and first-class experimenter. No other physicist after Fermi was so easily balanced between theory and experiment and it is...

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Alan Turing – The British Hero of Science

In the era of IT discoveries and the everyday development of computer technology, the review of the historical significance of Alan Turing acts as a scientific scenario for the “Gone with the Wind”. Nevertheless,...

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Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen – The Father of X-Ray

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen was born March 27, 1845 in Lennepu, Germany. He was the only child in the family of textile manufacturers and traders. When he was three, he moved to  Apeldoorn, Netherlands with...

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Robert Hook – The Forgotten Genius

Robert Hooke was a man whom his contemporaries regarded as “the most inventive man of all time”. Today, some call him British Da Vinci.  Hooke was born in 1635, and in 1662 he became...

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Stephen Hawking has passed away at age 76

Famous British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking died at age 76 at his home in Cambridge, his family announced on Wednesday early in the morning. “We are deeply sad that our dear father has passed...

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Niels Henrik David Bohr – Danish Theoretical Physicist

Niels Henrik David Bohr was born in Copenhagen on October 7, 1885, as the son of Christian Bohr, Professor of Physiology at Copenhagen University, and his wife Ellen, née Adler. Niels, together with his younger brother Harald,...