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Scientists who entered history

Scientists who entered history

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You don't have to be a scientist to understand how and why phenomena occur. The quest for understanding of the world is derived primarily from human curiosity.

Albert Einstein, one of the greatest scientists of all time, said that problem formulation is in many cases more important than the solution itself. Solving a problem, according to Einstein, may just be a matter of mathematical skill or experimentation.

However, proposing new problems and facing old problems from a new point of view requires creative imagination, and this is what promotes the progress of science.

Now let's see a little more about the lives of some great scientists.

Albert Einstein

Alessandro Volta

Alfred Wegener

Antoine Lavoisier

André Marie Ampère

Carl Linné

Charles Darwin

Galileo Galilei

Gregor Mendel