Life of Outstanding Scientists
Jean-Francois Champollion, French orientalist, founder of Egyptology. Honorary member of Saint Petersburg Academy of Sciences. Rosetta stone decipherer.
Ilya Mikhailovich Frank. Soviet physicist. Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Nobel Prize Winner. Two-times winner of the Stalin Prize and State Prize of the USSR
Russian and Soviet mineralogist, crystallographer and geochemist. Vice president of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Winner of the Lenin Prize for his scientific works, the First-Degree Stalin Prize. The poet of stone.
A Dutch mechanic, physicist, mathematician, astronomer and inventor, one of the founders of the Theory of Mechanics and the Theory of Probability. First president of the French Academy of Sciences.
Russian linguist, pioneer of phonology and experimental phonetics, mathematical linguistics, and structuralism. Corresponding member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences
Pavel Alekseyevich Cherenkov. Soviet physicist. Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. Hero of Socialist Labor. Winner of two Stalin Prizes and USSR State Prize. Winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics
Count Ferdinand Adolf Heinrich August von Zeppelin. German inventor and military leader, constructor of the first airships
Vladimir Aronovich Khavkin (also known as Waldemar Mordechai Wolff Haffkine). Bacteriologist, immunologist and epidemiologist. Creator of the first anti-plague and anti-cholera vaccines
Sir Andrew John Wiles. British and American mathematician, Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Fellow of the Royal Society of London. Prover of Fermat’s Theorem
Aleksandr Grigorievich Stoletov. Russian physicist, distinguished professor of Imperial Moscow University. He who turned the light into electricity.
Merab Konstantinovich Mamardashvili. Soviet philosopher, D. Sc. (Philosophy), Professor of Moscow State University
Yury Tsolakovich Oganesyan. April 14, 1933. Soviet and Russian scientist, specialist in experimental nuclear physics, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Leonid Vitalyevich Kantorovich. Soviet mathematician and economist, one of the founders of linear programming.
Euclid. Ancient Greek mathematician, author of the first surviving theoretical treatise on mathematics, “father of geometry”
Clemens Peter Freiherr von Pirquet. Austrian physician, bacteriologist and immunologist.
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