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  1. Nobel physics laureate 1999
  2. Specialist in the history of linguistics
  3. An American astrophysicist and astronomer; Secretary of the Smithsonian (1928-1944)
  4. Physcial chemist
  5. Animal trauma surgeon, 'UK's Favourite Vet'
  6. nobel physics laureate 2003
  7. Founder of Geshundheit Institute, portrayed by Robin Williams in movie of same name.
  8. Space Scientist
  9. Computer Scientist one of the inventors of the RSA encryption algorithm
  10. Inventor of the Wireless Remote Control (TV)
  11. Chemist worked on the Manhattan Project
  12. nobel chemistry laureate 2003
  13. An internationally renowned neuroscientist, he has made outstanding contributions to the medical field, particularly through his work in the regeneration of the nervous system. Member of the Order of Canada
  14. Engineer
  15. sociologist
  16. Japanese scientist. He was also awarded the 2014 Nobel prize in Physics, together with Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura
  17. space scientist/geologist
  18. chemist
  19. animal scientist
  20. 'Dr. Wernher Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  21. physicist
  22. nobel physics laureate
  23. Flight (scientist)
  24. Flight (scientist)
  25. French Physician and Politician. Born: 02/09/1907
  26. Paul G. Allen  (2)
    NFL - Owner Seattle Seahawks (1997 - present). Co-Founder of Microsoft (W/ Bill Gates)
  27. biochemist
  28. An American immunologist who holds the position of professor and chair of Immunology. In2018, he won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine respectively along with Tasuku Honjo
  29. American physicist, worked at 'Manhattan Project' in Los Alamos. Was the man who did the countdown on the first a-bomb test (Trinity) on July 16, 1945
  30. Flight (scientist)
  31. Canadian chemist. He is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Ottawa. He is best known for his research of catalysis in chemistry. Member of the Order of Canada
  32. nobel chemistry laureate 1989
  33. (June 13, 1911 - September 1, 1988) was an American experimental physicist, inventor, and professor who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1968
  34. Pakistani mountain climber & engineer. First Pakistani to reach the summit of K2
  35. Japanese physicist who has been awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics together with Isamu Akasaki and Shuji Nakamura
  36. Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley, and a Senior Scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI)
  37. Chernobyl diver
  38. Canadian neurologist known for his research of epilepsy. Member of the Order of Canada
  39. Don Anderson  (3)
    Scientist
  40. Scientist
  41. Ames Laboratory scientist, Inventor, National inventors hall of fame
  42. nobel physics laureate 1977
  43. Anthropoligist
  44. Astronomer
  45. Uruguayan astronomer who is best known for his work on the Kuiper belt. He also has an asteroid named after him
  46. nobel medicine laureate 1978
  47. Civil engineer who oversaw the nation's developing highway system during the Eisenhower administration
  48. Scientist
  49. Founder of psycology of Art
  50. Steve Arnold  (3)
    NatGeo TV show 'Meteorite Men'
  51. Scientist
  52. Scientist
  53. Regenerative tissue scientist
  54. author/doctor - Atkins Diet
  55. British TV anthropologist and writer (*1926) - brother of the late Richard Attenborough; 'State of the Planet', 'Survival Island', 'The Life of Birds', 'Trials of Life', 'The Living Planet', 'Face the Music', 'Private Live of Plants', 'The Natural World'
  56. Scientist
  57. Nobel Laureate Economics
  58. Nobel Prize winner 2004 in Physiology or Medicine winner
  59. nobel medicine laureate 1970
  60. Food Scientist
  61. Invented Email in 1982
  62. Born in 1925, Bach is a Psychologist & WWII Veteran who served in the European Theatre of Operations during WW2. He later joined the Research Center For Mental Health at New York University in 1956. He was awarded the Heinz Hartmann award for his research
  63. Computer Scientist Developed Fortran
  64. 2002 inductee for National Inventors Hall of Fame
  65. American physicist born July 27, 1904; Director of the Trinity test of the Manhattan Project, which took place July 16, 1945. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Bainbridge
  66. Michael Baker  (5)
    Canadian physician, academic, and cancer researcher. Member of the Order of Canada
  67. heart surgeon inventor
  68. Flight (scientist)
  69. nobel medicine laureate 1975
  70. Scientist
  71. Preeminent Psychologist, researcher, & Author
  72. Indian-born American economist. He shared the 2019 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer, 'for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.'
  73. Flight (scientist)
  74. co-inventor (molecular-sized transistors)
  75. Inventor Hall of Fame; invented concept of digital packet switching essential for advanced networking systems
  76. American experimental physicist. In 2017, Barish was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics along with Rainer Weiss and Kip Thorne 'for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves'
  77. British visual neuroscientist and the great-grandson of Charles Darwin, the famous naturalist. He is now 91
  78. Heart surgeon
  79. Irish physician (Born: 1914) who worked in leper colonies in West Africa in the 1940's. He co-founded ICROSS with Michael Elmore-Meegan. He lectured in tropical medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
  80. The 2008 Nobel Prize in Medicine
  81. inventor (monster arm wrestling machine)
  82. Astronaut sts-51f
  83. Inventor software
  84. Nobel Prize Winner (Physics)
  85. Bill Bass  (2)
    William Marvin Bass III (born August 30, 1928) is an American forensic anthropologist, best known for his research on human osteology and human decomposition. He has also assisted federal, local, and non-U.S. authorities in the identification of human rem
  86. (born Elsie Thorpe, 15 July 1918) is a retired agricultural scientist from New Zealand. She graduated from Massey University in 1941, becoming the first woman graduate from the university
  87. Scientist
  88. Inventor Hall of Fame inductee; invented ground proximity warning system for planes
  89. Inventor laserphaco probe
  90. Flight (scientist)
  91. American Female electrical engineer and educator. In 1984, she became the first female dean of an engineering school in the United States. In 1988, the National Women's Hall of Fame presented Baum with the Emily Warren Roebling Award. In 1990, the Society
  92. Invented the wind-up radio
  93. Inventor and Buissness woman. Founder and CEO of Littlebits Inc. Has been featured in Time Magizine, Popular Science Magazine, and TED Talks
  94. Plant Breeder. His research led to the development of
  95. Playmobil inventor-businessman
  96. inventor (ph acidity testing meter)
  97. nobel physics laureate 1987
  98. Rocket Scientest on Werhner von Braun's Team at Fort Bliss Texas, 1946/Operation Paperclip was code name for 1945 Office of Strategic Services, Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency recruitment of German scientists from Nazi Germany to US after VE Day
  99. English professor, botanist, author, broadcaster and environmental campaigner.
  100. Apostolic Administrator of Dili, East Timor (1988-2002); 1996 Nobel Peace Laureate
  101. Scientist
  102. American born artist and cybernetics scientist. He works and resides in Perth, Western Australia
  103. nobel medicine laureate 1980
  104. Invented, wrinkle free cotton
  105. Scientist/Entomologist - Focuses on the Chemical Reactions between Herbivore Insects and tere Host Plants
  106. nobel chemistry laueate 1980
  107. inventor (pulsar watch)
  108. nobel medicine laureate 1982
  109. French Physician and Haematologist
  110. Inventor/creator of the World Wide Web
  111. (born 11 June 1916) is a New Zealand dendrologist who founded Hackfalls Arboretum at his farm in Tiniroto, Gisborne. The arboretum is now known for having one of the largest collections of Mexican oaks in the world
  112. nobel physics laureate 1967 helped develop a-bomb
  113. American physicist. He was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry along with Stefan Hell and William E. Moerner.[
  114. Co-Creator of Universal Serial Bus (USB) Technology
  115. astrologist (jacqueline bigar's stars)
  116. Flight (scientist) von braun rocket team
  117. nobel physics laureat 1986 scanning microscope
  118. Inventor - The first reliable, low-cost, mass produced respirator
  119. nobel medicine laureate 1989
  120. Dutch Astronomer. Born: 04/12/1914
  121. James Black  (3)
    Scottish Nobel laureate who pioneered the rational design of drugs and, in the process, developed the first widely used drugs for treating heart disease and blocking stomach acid production
  122. nobel medicine laureate 1988
  123. Nobel Prize 2009 of Medicine
  124. 1999 nobel laureate for physiology/medicine
  125. American Sex Therapist, Author, Filmmaker, Cable TV Talk Show Host, And Cultural Commentator
  126. nobel physics lauireate 1981
  127. Inventer. Many of her inventions helped person's with disabilities. Born: 11/24/1914
  128. Invented Lasik Surgery Technique; Inventor Hall of Fame inductee
  129. Scientist. Nobel Prize in Medicine 1976. Identified Hepatitis B virus & developed the diagnostic test & vaccine for it. Professor of Medicine & Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania since 1977
  130. nobel physics 1975
  131. Scientist
  132. Born 1924, Booker served in the British Royal Navy from 1940-1954 during WWII and peacetime. He later became a well-known Engineer and is known for his book A History Of Engineering Drawing published in 1963
  133. Entomologist/Scientist - Specializes in Beetles
  134. 2008 Inventors Hall of Fame; Founders of Bose Corp (speaker/sound systems)
  135. Scientist, part of the team that took the very first image of a black hole in space
  136. Scientist wrote Hidden Beauty: Microworlds Revealed
  137. inventor (added speed to modern microelec app's)
  138. Former president of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and the American Academy for Environmental Protection.He was consultant on the film Soylent Green
  139. American Former Scientist. Researcher And Entrepreneur In Biotechnology. Member of National Inventors Hall of Fame
  140. American Former Biochemist, And Analytical Chemist. Winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  141. Canadian Former Physicist. Pioneer In The Field Of Laser Technology And Co - Inventor Of The Charge - Coupled Device
  142. Scientist; Manhattan Project (Trinity); was in charge of the final assembly of the Trinity test bomb in July 1945´
  143. WW2 Navy Service/Scientist/American physicist, government policy advisor
  144. Physician who contracted the Ebola virus in Africa, then was airlifted to Emory University for treatment
  145. Invented Automotive Airbags
  146. Scientist
  147. 2002 Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine laureate
  148. Scientist
  149. Former professor at the University of Montevallo in Alabama compiled The Voltairine de Cleyre Reader
  150. Canadian Female Former Inventor- Rocket Scientist Best Known For Her Development Of Rocket And Jet Propulsion Technologies. Inductee Inventor Hall Of Fame (2010)
  151. Scientist
  152. American Former Male Photographer. He Was Head Photographer To Shoot Movies (In 16-Millimetre Black - And - White Film) For The Trinity Test. The First Nuclear Weapon Detonation (July 1945)
  153. nobel physics 1994
  154. Noted Physician, Born in Barcelona, 05/18/1908
  155. physicist
  156. Famed entomologist and founder of the Montreal Insectarium
  157. Astronomer, born 1965. Discovered many objects in the far solar system, including Eris, which led to Pluto being downgraded to a 'Dwarf Planet' with Eris. Author of the book 'I Killed Pluto.'
  158. nobel medicine 1985
  159. Whale Researcher
  160. Scientist
  161. 10th president of Indiana University and organizer/charter member of American Psychological Association
  162. Computer Scientist coined the word bytes
  163. 2004 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
  164. Flight scientist
  165. Russian Scientist Who In 1978 Stuck His Head Into The Largest Particle Accelerator In Russia At The Time To Fix Something. The Accelerator Malfunctioned At Shot A Laser At His Head That Was Equal To 2,000 Greys. He Survived And Is Alive Tod
  166. Astronomer, planetary scientist, born 1958. Has been involved with the discovery and research in to many new minor planetary objects. Has done much work on Pluto, with the New Horizons mission, and the co-discovery of some of Pluto's moons
  167. Scientist
  168. inventor anibody ladelung
  169. Boeing engineer, born 1930, worked on the 1966 Lunar Orbiter, an early NASA unmanned probe to photograph and map the moon, and chose Apollo landing spots
  170. Scientist
  171. Scientist
  172. American engineer, inventor and science administrator known for his work on analog computers, for his role as an initiator and administrator of the Manhattan Project
  173. Inventor, Pong, Founder Of Atari
  174. Inventor of Scrabble
  175. Scientist
  176. Scientist
  177. Entomologist/Science Teacher - known for her work with parasitic insects and there chemical responces to there host, also has had 30 years in Research on the Texas Field Cricket
  178. Co-Invented the WWW
  179. Flight scientist
  180. 19th project member at at 'Project Manhattan' (Trinity)
  181. Game maker (Diplomacy) & writer
  182. English biologist, lead team that cloned Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned animal
  183. Co-winner 2015 Nobel Medicine Prize/cited for discovering avermectin, derivatives of which helped lower incidence of river blindness & lymphatic filariasis 2 diseases caused by parasitic worms that affect millions of African & Asian people
  184. Italian Doctor/Plans to perform the first human head transplant, says he believes he has a 90 percent chance of success
  185. Nobel laureate in medicine 2007
  186. Scientist
  187. nobel medicine laureate 2000
  188. Founder Armadillo Aerospace; team that won Lunar Lander Challenge
  189. 08 Lasker Prize winner. one of three
  190. Member of National Inventors Hall of Fame
  191. Ben Carson  (2)
    Neurosurgeon, Republican Politician, Secretary of Housing & Urban Development
  192. Mathematician Born: 07/08/1904
  193. Australian theoretical physicist, best known for his work on the properties of black holes in the Solar System
  194. Robert Carter  (2)
    WWII: One of the last surviving members of The Manhattan Project, he was Enrico Fermi's lab technician: helped create the world's first atomic bomb. Witness to the explosion of the first a-bomb ('Trinity', July 16, 1945)
  195. Doctor, Writer Torture Survivor and Activist
  196. Geiger counter; science advisor
  197. Psychologist
  198. Author, scientist, and noted conservationist. Working to save Mexican endangered species
  199. Flight scientist
  200. nobel chemistry laureate 1989
  201. Member of National Inventors Hall of Fame
  202. Inventor of the internet
  203. Biologist who engineered the oil eating bacteria
  204. Nobel laureate chemistry 2008
  205. nobel physics laueate 1959
  206. Scientist, invented the world's first artificial cell
  207. Inventor
  208. nobel physics laureate 1992
  209. Nobel prize laureate chemistry
  210. Co Inventor of Bubble Wrap
  211. nobol physics laueate 1958
  212. Russian Rocket Designer. Born: 03/01/1912
  213. Paleontologist and ichnologist. In 1998, Dr. Chin studied the first fossilized T. rex dung (coprolites) that contained bits of Triceratops frill. Chin received her Masters Degree from Montana SU, and her Ph.D. from UCSB (1996)
  214. Scientist
  215. Scientist
  216. Inventor
  217. Renowned author, Linguistics Professor at MIT
  218. astronomer discovered pluto's moon
  219. Atomic physicist; worked on Manhattan Project
  220. American theoretical physicist and later astrophysicist and one of the last people alive to have worked on the Manhattan Project
  221. Nobel Laureate (Physics 1997); U.S. Secretary of Energy (2009-13)
  222. Invented the three-dimensional version of the Sudoku puzzle in 2005
  223. Geneticist, molecular engineer/Successfully copied woolly mammoth genes into the genome of an Asian elephant/Will have reproduced the extinct Wooly Mammoth in the next three years
  224. Scientist, 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  225. Turkish archaeologist and Assyriologist who specializes in the study of Sumerian civilization
  226. Oncologist who developed the CD34 monoclonal antibody, which made it possible for the first time to identify, isolate and collect hematopoietic stem cells, the immature cells in the human body that grow into mature blood, marrow and immune cells
  227. Colin Clark  (2)
    Scientist
  228. Inventor of cochlear implant
  229. Director of the Goddard Space Flight Center from 1965-1976
  230. Human computer at the aberdeen Proving Ground. Engineer on B2 Stealth bomber
  231. Scientis
  232. Scientist, teacher, naturalist, state park ranger, national park ranger, cruising sailor, photographer, and author
  233. Inventor Neutron Bomb
  234. nobel med. laureate 1986
  235. Nobel physics laureate 1997
  236. Scientist
  237. World-Renowned Cryptozoologist And Author
  238. scientist
  239. invertor (enovid oral contraceptive)
  240. inventor (tetracycline antibiotic)
  241. Flight scientist
  242. Venezuelan epidemiologist specialist in tropical diseases. Born: 09/11/1913
  243. Mathematician
  244. Computer Scientist and transgender activist
  245. Biophysicist
  246. Is a centenarian and a Canadian geologist and palaeontologist, and Emeritus Professor at Dalhousie University. The author of several scientific books
  247. Doctor - Aerobics advocate
  248. nobel physics laureate 1972
  249. Inventor of Cell Phone
  250. Member of the Academy of Sciences, Famous for his work in Immunology
  251. American Inventor/Chemist (b: 1919)
  252. Scientist
  253. Anthropologist
  254. Flight scientist
  255. nobel chemistry laureate 1990
  256. nobel physics laureate 2001
  257. Nobel chem. laureate 1975. Born: 09/07/1917
  258. Director of NASA's Langley Research Center, and Chairman of the Apollo 13 Review Board which investigated the explosion that occurred during the Apollo 13 spaceflight in 1970.
  259. Eastman Kodak engineer, worked on the camera team for NASA's Lunar Orbiters that photographed the moon, and mapped landing spots for the Apollo missions. Led to the first photo of the earth from the moon, a B&W grainy one, in 1966
  260. British astronomer
  261. Scientist
  262. German-born, American physicist (1924- ). Built circuits for the Manhattan Project. One of the few surviving witnesses of the Trinity Test, the first atomic explosion
  263. oceanographer
  264. American physical chemist, worked at ' Manhattan Project' (Trinity)
  265. Scientist, Physicist, host of 'Physics Girl' on YouTube
  266. Scientist
  267. Brian Cox  (2)
    TV Presenter, Author - Why Does E=mc2?
  268. Biochemist who helped determine the DNA structure
  269. Scientist
  270. Whiplash expert, director ofspine research institute of san diego
  271. nobel physics laureate 1980
  272. nobel chemistry laureate 1995
  273. Actress - The Goodbye Girl, Family, Big Eddie. Inventor/Company President - Hip-Hugger baby-carrying sling-type device
  274. nobel chemistry laureate 1996
  275. Palaeontolist, curator, author
  276. Co-founder of Acorn Computers, a British computer company established in Cambridge, England, in 1978. The company produced a number of computers which were popular in the UK. Due to its innovative designs, Acorn is sometimes known as the 'British Apple'
  277. Physicist, best known for the Cutkosky cutting rules in quantum field theory, which give a simple way to calculate the discontinuity of the scattering amplitude by Feynman diagrams
  278. Chinese American AIDS researcher famous for pioneering the use of protease inhibitors in treating HIV-infected patients
  279. Computer engineer, born 1937. Co-founder of Syzygy in 1969 and Atari in 1972. Co-creator of early video games Computer Space and Pong
  280. Political Scientist. Born: 12/17/1915
  281. Rocket Scientist, 'Dr. Wernher Von Braun's NASA Team'
  282. inventor (mri scanner)
  283. Inventor of Monopoly
  284. Botanist and great-great grandaughter,of the famous naturalist Charles Darwin.
  285. French immunologist, Nobel medicine laureate 1980. Born: 10/19/1916
  286. French Egyptologist and scientist who published a theory stating that the stones of the Great Pyramid where not carved stone but mostly a form of limestone concrete
  287. Scientist
  288. American Nobel Prize winning Physicist
  289. British Ethologist, Evolutionary Biologist, Professor at Oxford University
  290. German engineer and computer scientist. He is one of the pioneers of the first generation computers. Born: 04/04/1912 in Ascona
  291. nobel med. laureate 1974
  292. nobel physics laureate 1991
  293. American Political Scientist, 'Public and Republic'. Born: 12/29/1919
  294. Primatologist. Known as the dean of Brazilian Primatology
  295. Inventor Hall of Fame inductee; holds three of the nine original IBM patents upon which the IBM PC personal computers were based including bus control means for peripheral processing devices
  296. British and American economist. In 2015, he was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare
  297. Famed Heart Surgeon
  298. nobel physcis laureate 1989
  299. nobel chemistry laureate
  300. Invented the big mac for mcdonalds
  301. DeLorean Motor Company
  302. Flight scientist
  303. Renowned penguin expert, scientist TED speaker and award-winning author. AKA The Penguin Lady
  304. Discovered Petussis Vaccine Born: 02/01/1898. 4th Oldest person in the world
  305. inventor (delevoped ram in computers)
  306. professor of biology at Stanford University
  307. Inventor
  308. Scientist
  309. American mathematician and former professional magician and poker player. He teaches statistics at Stanford University. He is particularly known for tackling mathematical problems involving randomness
  310. Nobel prize
  311. Canadian Scientist / Credited with first identifying cancer stem cells in certain types of human leukemia
  312. Inventor; 2011 Inductee National Inventor Hall of Fame
  313. Flight scientist
  314. American physicist, worked at 'Manhattan Project' (Trinity)
  315. Chemist - The First Oral Contraceptive Pill
  316. Astronomer & telescope designer. Born: 09/14/1915
  317. Famous Sex Doctor and Author
  318. nobel med. laureate 1996
  319. US electrical engineer who devised the Dolby system used to reduce background noise in tape recording
  320. Scientist
  321. An American invertebrate paleontologist who became known for his discovery in 1909 of well-preserved fossils in the Burgess Shale of British Columbia, Canada; Secretary of the Smithsonian (1907-1927)
  322. FBI's pioneer and master of investigative profiling. Author and basis for the Netflix series 'Mindhunter'
  323. Noted author, scientist, and conservationist. Works to save the African Elephant
  324. American astronomer who is best known as one of the pioneers in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, including the founding of SETI, mounting the first attempts at detecting extraterrestrial communications in 1961
  325. Flight scientist
  326. Scientist
  327. Scientist
  328. (born October 14, 1917) is a Canadian educator known for teaching computer classes at the age of 101. Manitoba Teachers? Society honoured Dryden in their magazine's March issue. City of Winnipeg presented her with a Community Service Award
  329. Retired Swiss biophysicist. In 2017, he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry together with Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson
  330. Scientist
  331. French American economist. She shared the 2019 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Abhijit Banerjee and Michael Kremer, 'for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty'
  332. nobel med. laureate 1975
  333. D.1965 cathode ray tube inventor
  334. Entomologist - Trying to Prove Bugs are the food of the future and will solve World Hunger
  335. Zoologist, theory that all evolution is now human driven
  336. Assisted discovery of H2 receptor class of drugs, cimetidine, which inhibits production of stomach acid. Cimetidine is commonly used to treat acid reflux and stomach ulcers to this day. Inducted National Inventors HOF 1990
  337. Engineer 1st working American gasoline-powered car & co-founder of Duryea Motor Wagon Company. In Springfield Charles & his brother Frank produced & road-tested America's 1st gasoline-powered car
  338. Scientist
  339. One of Russia's most notable specialists in the investigation of unidentified flying objects. He works as a coordinator at The Science and Research center Kosmopoisk (Search of Cosmos), Russia
  340. African-American sculptor and former test pilot who was the first African American to be trained as an astronaut
  341. Paul Dye  (2)
    Flight scientist
  342. german physicist, nobel peace prize 1995 (with group Pugwash), recipient of the alterbative nobel prize and the Bundesverdienstkreuz
  343. One of the last surviving members of the Manhattan Project. He now lives in Idaho Falls, Idaho, U.S.A
  344. Environmental Advocate and Oceanographer, Professional Speaker
  345. 2010 Inductee National Inventor Hall of Fame; inventor of GPS
  346. Chemist
  347. Flight sicentist
  348. nobel medicine 1972
  349. American inventor and businessman who developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph and a long lasting light bulb
  350. Sports sociologist born 1942
  351. British physiologist and pioneer in Reproductive medicine and in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in particular - the first test-tube baby. 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 'for the development of in vitro fertilization'
  352. German rocket-propulsion engineer & advocate for space colonization/He worked at Peenemünde as a propulsion engineer from 1942-1945, then to USA with other German rocket scientists & technicians under 'Operation Papercli
  353. populaition bio. author (population bomb)
  354. Human ethnologist
  355. nobel chemistry laureate 1967
  356. Bloodline/Was an anesthesiologist and physician, at the UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica and the great - grandson of physicist Albert Einstein
  357. Egyp/Amer scientist worked w/NASA in planning of scientific exploration of the Moon, & selection of Apollo landing sites & training of astronauts in lunar observations & photography. Shuttle pod named in Star Trek: The Next Generation 'Time Sq
  358. Nobel Laureate Peace
  359. inventor co-developed tagarment
  360. Scientist/Entomologist/Author - Known for his authority on the History and Geological placement of insects most notably the 'Honey Bee', writer or over 300 papers and the book 'Evolution of the Insects'
  361. Flight sicentist
  362. computer scientist (mouse inventor)
  363. nobel economics laureate 2003
  364. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  365. Belgian theoretical physicist and 2013 Nobel laureate (shared with Peter Higgs)
  366. World renown Psychoanalyst born 1916
  367. South African-born British cardiac surgeon (Born: 1932) He performed Britain's first successful heart transplant in January 1979. He was knighted in 1991. He is now retired and lives in the UK. Sir Terence English
  368. nobel chemistry 1991
  369. German physicist, 2007 Nobel Prize in chemistry
  370. Nobel physics laureate 1973
  371. (12/4/1918?7/23/2011 Academic/"Father of cryonics" from impact of his book The Prospect of Immortality/Considered pioneer transhumanist from his book Man into Superman. Founded Cryonics Institute & Immortalist Society/His body Cryopreserved
  372. Nobel Prize in Medicine 2007
  373. Scientist
  374. Robert R. Everett (born ca. 1920) is a computer scientist known to be the father of electronic computers
  375. Flight scientist
  376. scientist invented space shuttle & lunar lander
  377. invertor (co-inv. micoprocessor & computer chip)
  378. American economist and Nobel laureate in Economics jointly with Robert Shiller and Lars Peter Hansen
  379. American immunologist who has made substantial contributions to HIV/AIDS research and other immunodeficiencies, both as a scientist and as the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)/Saved millions of lifes
  380. Inventor Nespresso-businessman
  381. Scientist
  382. inventor (portable computer)
  383. Austrian naturalist
  384. Nobel prize winner - Chemistry - 2002
  385. Australian virologist12/21/1914
  386. Invented LCD technology; Inventor Hall of Fame Inductee
  387. A synthetic organic chemist. He received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, together with Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Jean-Pierre Sauvage, 'for the design and synthesis of molecular machines'
  388. Flight scientist
  389. French physicist , Nobel Prize 2007
  390. Son of Richard Feynman
  391. Daughter of Richard Feynman
  392. Dr. Wernher Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member
  393. Scientist
  394. Co Inventor of Bubble Wrap
  395. Belgian molecular biologist who was the first to establish the complete nucleotide sequence of a viral RNA-genome
  396. developed napalm
  397. Renowned physicist and optical engineer, winner of the Kingslake medal
  398. Is a centenarian, a British statistician, Professor Emeritus of Statistics at the University of Edinburgh, and former President of the Royal Statistical Society and of the Biometric Society
  399. Nobel prize winner - Medicine - 2006
  400. nobel medicine 1992
  401. nobel chemistry 1973
  402. Nobel prize for physics 1980, worked on Manhattan Project
  403. Inventor
  404. Egyptologist
  405. Canadian aerospace engineer (Born: 1914) He was involved in the design and development of the Avro Jetliner and CF-100 aircraft designs, over a period which is viewed by many as the 'Golden Age' of the Canadian aviation industry
  406. Invented Embolectomy Catheter - industry standard that revolutionized cardiovascular surgery (balloon catheterization); inductee Inventor Hall of Fame
  407. Inventor and Game Designer who invented the game Twister
  408. cancer researcher
  409. Inventor random access memory; inductee to Inventor Hall of Fame. Born: 07/14/1918
  410. Monkey Woman of the World/Reseacher
  411. inventor of natural colored cotton
  412. German-born American biophysicist at Columbia University, New York City and a Nobel laureate. He shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2017 with Jacques Dubochet and Richard Henderson
  413. British immunologist born 03/18/21912
  414. Engineer and a leading pioneer in Canada?s space programme. He played a leading role in the design, construction and application of Canada's first satellite, the Alouette
  415. Inductee of National Inventors Hall of Fame
  416. Chemist/Educator - created many self-testing systems for diabetes
  417. Born March 13, 1916, American self-taught structural designer, architectural designer, concept artist, educator, and futurist
  418. nobel physics laureate 1990
  419. U.F.O Researcher
  420. Flight (scientist)
  421. inventor post-its
  422. American chemist of Japanese descent. After studying at Harvard, he co-discovered the Fujimoto-Belleau reaction. Born 1 July 1920, if alive he'd be 99
  423. Astronomer
  424. Microbiologist, Natural farmer
  425. 1998 Nobel Laureate in Medicine. Born: 06/04/1916
  426. Nobel medicine laureate 1976
  427. Inventor Hall of Fame inductee; first to show that HIV caused AIDS
  428. Medicinal chemist, integral part in development of cimetidine. Listed as inventor or co-inventor of 160+ US patents as well as authored & co-authored over 260 scientific papers. Was inducted into the National Inventor's HOF for his work on cimetidine
  429. Dr. G: Medical Examiner on Discovery Health Channel
  430. Professional basketball player, WBA Medical doctor
  431. Flight (scientist)
  432. Scientist
  433. American anthropologist and sexologist. Gebhard was a close colleague to sex researcher Alfred Kinsey
  434. Dutch-Russian physicist was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics jointly with Konstantin Novoselov for his work on graphene
  435. Mathematician
  436. Nobel physics laureate 1969
  437. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  438. American neuroscientist and author. Self-published debut novel Still Alice, about a Harvard University professor who suffers early onset Alzheimer's disease. The book was adapted into a film & won the Best Actress Oscar for Julianne Moore
  439. model doctor
  440. Is a centenarian and is a Canadian psychologist and educator. She was the first woman Chancellor of the University of Western Ontario from 1992 to 1996
  441. Nobel laureate physics
  442. nobel physics laureate 1973
  443. British Scientist Born in 1924, first Chief of the European Space Agency ESA 1975 - 1983
  444. nobel chem. laureate 1980
  445. nobel med. laureate 1994
  446. American paleontologist (born: 1946) whose research focuses on vertebrate paleontology, especially the Paleocene-Eocene eras. He is an expert on the evolution of primates and whales
  447. Russian Physicist won Nobel in 2003.Born: 10/4/1916
  448. nobel phy. laureate inv. the bubble chamber
  449. nobel phy. laureate 1979
  450. Nobel Laureate Physics 2005
  451. Scientist
  452. (1908-1989) Was a Soviet engineer, and the principal Soviet designer of rocket engines during the Soviet/American Space Race
  453. Roboticists Matthew Godden of Shadow Robot Co. in England led the assembly of the bionic man from prosthetic body parts and artificial organs donated by laboratories around the world/First Fully Bionic Man Walks, Talks and Breathes
  454. Theoretical physicist; worked at Manhattan Project; friend of Robert Oppenheimer; then working at Caltech (whose president he became) with Enrico Fermi + Edward Teller; spearheaded development of the 10-m-telescope at Keck Observatory, HI
  455. Physicist former director f Brookhaven National Laboratory. Born: 04/18/1911
  456. Flight (scientist)
  457. Primatologist/Anthropologist - study of chimpanzee social life
  458. American materials scientist and solid-state physicist. In 2019, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and, at 97 years old, became the oldest Nobel laureate in history
  459. Former British test pilot and Royal Navy officer. Pilot during WWII. Inventor of the mirror-sight deck landing system for aircraft carriers
  460. Inductee in National Inventors Hall of Fame
  461. Physician who co-authored first report printed regarding AIDS
  462. nobel economics laureate 2003
  463. radio psychologist
  464. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  465. inventor of pacemaker
  466. Wrote ' The Elegant Universe' And One Of The World's Foremost String Theorists
  467. Flight (scientist), retired NASA engineer.
  468. Scientist & author. Presenter BBC2 Brain Story. Head of the Royal Institution.
  469. nobel med. laureate 2000
  470. Nobel Prize 2009 of Medicine
  471. American physicist; group leader 'detonator group' at Project Manhattan (Trinity). Eyewitness to Trinity explosion
  472. German medical and prof. of the University ofWitten/Herdeck - Brother of the singer Herbert Groenemeyer
  473. Nobel laureate physics 2004
  474. Rocket Scientist, 'Dr. Werner Von Braun's Team'
  475. 'Dr. Werner Von Braun Rocket Scientest Team Member'
  476. former editor/chairman of National Geographic, son of Melville Bell Grosvenor (NatGeo), great-grandson of Alexander Graham Bell
  477. chairman ceo of intel. time's man of the year 1997
  478. 2005 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  479. American computer scientist, inventor, and entrepreneur co-founded Siri Inc., which created the Siri intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator
  480. Nobel Prize Winner Physics
  481. Argentine-Cuban pediatrician, Che Guevara's daughter
  482. nobel med. laureate 1977
  483. Invented the modern photocopier; Inventor Hall of Fame inductee
  484. British developmental biologist.In 2012, he and Shinya Yamanaka were awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for the discovery that mature cells can be converted to stem cells
  485. Philosopher and Sociologist
  486. Danish Statistician
  487. Frederick Duncan Michael Haldane FRS (born 14 September 1951) is a British physicist. He won the 2016 Nobel prize for physics with David J. Thouless and John Michael Kosterlitz
  488. Astronomer/co-discoverer of the Hale-Bopp Comet
  489. Flight (scientist), former NASA engineer
  490. Inventory of the Waterbed
  491. American geneticist and chronobiologist with a focus on the neurology and behavior of Drosophila melanogaster and 2017 Nobel Laureate in Physiology
  492. Nobel Laureate Physics 2005
  493. Computer scientist, systems engineer/Director of Software Engineering Division of MIT Instrumentation Laboratory, which developed on-board flight software for Apollo space program. Her team's work prevented abort of Apollo 11 moon landing
  494. Has worked with the Hubble telescope
  495. 'Inventor Barbie Doll' 'Founder of Mattel Toys'
  496. Chemist, William 'Butch' Hanford (1908-1996) is best-known for his development of the modern system of making multipurpose material polyurethane. This method is responsible for manufacturing many of the plastics used within today's society
  497. Flight (scientist)
  498. Professor of economics. In 2013, he was awarded the The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel - Nobel Prize in Economics, jointly with Robert J. Shiller and Eugene Fama