Discoveries/Inventions-Scientists, Structure of DNA, Rabies Vaccination

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1. Structure of DNA: Watson & Crick

2. Rabies Vaccination: Louis Pasteur

3. Penicillin: Alexander Fleming

4. Genetic Laws of Heredity: Mendel

5. Vaccination against Small Pox: Edward Jenner

6. Solar System: Copernicus

7. Current Electricity: Volta

8. Telephone: Graham Bell

9. Gramophone: Thomas Edison

10. Atomic Number: Mosley

11. Mercury Thermometer: Fahrenheit

12. Dynamite: Alfred Noble

13. Cell: Robert Hooke

14. Television: John Baird

15. X-rays: Roentgen

16. Circulation of Blood: William Harvey

17. Bicycle: Macmillan

18. Wireless Telegraphy: Signor Marconi

19. Microorganisms: Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek

20. Laser: Dr. C. Gilbert

21. Periodic Table: Mendeleev

22. Radium: Madam Marie Curie

23. Mass/Energy Conversion Equation: Einstein

24. Cement: Joseph Aspdin

25. Simple Microscope: Hans Janssen and Zacharias Janssen

26. Sulphuric, Nitric and Hydrochloric Acid: Jabir Bin Hayan

27. Jet Engine: Frank Whittle

28. Electricity: Thomas Edison

29. Computer: Charles Babbage

30. Lightening Conductor: Benjamin Franklin

31. Semiconductor: Bardeen and Brattain

32. Uncertainty Principle: Heisenberg

33. Cyclotron: Ernest Lawrence

34. Electro Magnetic Engine: James Maxwell

35. Internal Combustion Engine: Nikolas August Otto

36. Earth as a Huge Magnet: William Gilbert

37. First Person to Orbit Earth: Yuri Gagarin

38. Water: Henry Cavendish

39. Gravitation: Newton

40. Magnet: Dr. Gilbert

41. E.M Induction: Faraday

42. Energy Quanta: Max Planck

43. Vitamin. C Therapy: Linus Pauling

44. First Clone of a Sheep: Ian Wilmit

45. Streptomycin: S.A.Waksman

46. Helical Structure of Protein: Linus Pauling

47. Polio Vaccine: Jonas Salk

48. Nylon: Wallace. H Carothers

49. Radioactivity: Becquerel

50. Safety Match: John Walker

51. Gun Powder: Roger Bacon

52. Jupiter: Galileo

53. Neutron: James Chadwick

54. Earth’s Radius: Eratosthenes

55. Oxygen: Joseph Priestley

56. Noble Gases: Cavendish

57. Synthesis of Gene in Laboratory: Hargobind Khorana

58. Earth Revolves Round the Sun: Copernicus

59. Binomial Nomenclature: Carl Von Linnaeus

60. North America: Christopher Columbus

61. Green Land: Robert Peary

62. Transistor: William Bradford Shockley

63. Typewriter: Sholes 64. Bacteriology: Pasteur

65. Laser: Theodore Maiman

66. Father of Botany: Theophrastus

67. Father of Zoology: Aristotle

68. Father of Taxonomy: Carolus Linnaeus

69. Father of Genetics: Gregor Mendel

70. Cell Theory: Scheilden and Schwann

71. Cholera Bacillus: Robert Koch

72. Theory of Relativity and Photoelectric Effect: Einstein

73. Insulin: Dr. F.G Banting

74. Nucleus: Robert Brown

75. Chromosome: Waldeyer

76. Ultra Violet Rays: Johann Wilhelm Ritter

77. Law of Attraction and Repulsion between Electric Charges: Coulomb

78. Battery: Alessandro Volta

79. Electromagnetic theory: James Clerk Maxwell

80. First Person to Televise Pictures of Moving Objects: John Logie Baird

81. Antiseptic Medicine: Joseph Lister

82. Cotton Gin: Eli Whitney

83. Big Bang Theory: Georges Lemaitre

84. Electron: J.J Thomson

85. Aero plane: Wilbur and Orville Wright

86. Steam Railway Locomotive: Richard Trevithick

87. Radio: Marconi

88. Household Vacuum Cleaner: Herbert Cecil Booth

89. Bakelite: Baekeland

90. Windscreen Wipers: Marry Anderson

91. Ballpoint pen: Laszlo And Georg Biro

92. Helicopter: Igor Sikorsky

93. DDT: Paul Muller

94. Blood Banking: Charles Drew

95. AK-47: Mikhail Kalashnikov

96. Integrated Circuit: Robert Noyce

97. Cellular Phone: Dr. Martin Cooper

98. Vitamins: Funk

99. Uranus: Herschel

100. Calculating Machine: Blaise Pascal

101. Tuberculosis: Robert Koch

102. Logarithm Table: John Napier

103. Malaria Parasite: Ronald Ross

104. Zero: Al Khwarizmi

105. Velocity of Light: Roomer

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