Tagged: chemistry

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Alfred Nobel – Trust is the Only True Wealth

At a time when Alfred Nobel left this world in his accounts there were over $ 150 million in its present value. From this great sum, no a penny received by his family, the...

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Rudolph Archibald Reiss – the First True Forensic Scientist

Rudolph Archibald Reiss (Hausach, Baden, July 8, 1875 – Belgrade, August 8, 1929) was a Swiss forensic scientist, publicist, doctor of chemistry and professor at the University of Lausanne. Reiss was the father of...

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Marie Curie – Only Woman to Receive Two Nobel Prizes

Maria Skłodowska-Curie was a well-known physicist and chemist of Polish origin. She spent most of her life in France, and there she began her scientific career. She has done research in chemistry and physics....

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Gregor Johann Mendel – the Father of Genetics

Gregor Mendel, born Johann Mendel, was an Austrian priest, biologist, botanist and mathematician, nicknamed “the father of genetics” because he was the first to study in the field of inheritance. He was born on...