I, mesothorium II, and ionium4. Mesothorium I was a very valuable discovery, as it could be used as a treatment for radiation and was much cheaper than the manufactured alternative. For the discovery of mesothorium I Hahn was elected for the Nobel Peace Prize in Chemistry. Otto was now qualified to be a teacher at the University of Berlin because of a habitational thesis he completed in 1907.
Introduction 1 Benjamin Franklin was always loved to read and write and it led him to his amazing accomplishments. 2 Some of his accomplishments he had were in all subjects that are in schools today. 3 His accomplishments consisted of the first battery, the bifocal glasses, and he made the Odometer.
These three people helped others so they would use their inventions and make more money.
I was trying too hard to be like everyone else, I wasn’t paying attention to who I was as a photographer. Once I let go of the idea of fitting myself into someone else’s style, I was able to really look at who I was as an artist and what I truly love. Only then did my style truly develop. Over the past couple of years I have served as a mentor to several up and coming photographers, helping them create a brand and a business
The Phonograph The invention of recorded sound predated the successful demonstration of motion pictures by nearly 20 years. Edison's 'Kinetoscope' was arguably the first successful motion picture system, which was developed from 1889 through 1892. The sound
Through science, we developed new materials, architectural styles and even new forms of art it is how we moved from wood to bronze and from bronze to stone and later on synthetic material. I will admit the Renaissance is my favorite period out of all three given times. Personally, I think it is the period of time we moved forward the most as a species. We learned to go back and reconcile religion and academia, as well as some of the greatest inventors and painters, came out of this period in
The noble gases group was then incorporated into the periodic table. In 1897 physicist J. J. Thomson first discovered electrons; small negatively charged particles in an atom. John Townsend and Robert Millikan later on were able to determine their exact charge and mass. In 1911 Rutherford and German physicist Hans Geiger found out that electrons orbit the nucleus of an atom. Radiation is emitted during movement from one orbital to another.
Born in 1910 in Philadelphia into a working class Jewish emigrant family, Merton became a very important figure in Sociology as a whole. He started his education in Temple College and then later went on to Harvard where he studied Sociology in both. He proved extremely popular and highly respected when he was ranked the University’s highest academic rank, later to be awarded the national Medical of Science award and founding sociology of science. It’s important to add also that he was the first ever to do this.
Albert Einstein was the most influential person in the making of the atomic bomb. His theory of relativity E=MC2 and other theories he made were the most influential in discoveries scientists made about energy and its forms. Albert Einstein left behind the biggest legacy ever. Albert Einstein was born March, 14th 1879 in Ulm Württemberg Germany.
This is why, many creative photographers have complained of not receiving the needed attention and recognition as is given to artists and architects. But the good news is that, as stated above, things have changed in this direction. Apart from its collection of photographs, the National Gallery of Art is now including photography in its major exhibitions, and bringing photographers together to exhibit their products as well. And according to Fiofiori, efforts have been made by private galleries and cultural institutions like Mydrim, Nimbus, Alliance Française and Goethe Institut to attract collectors by mounting photography exhibitions. Individual photographers have also done the same.
James Dwight Dana was born on February 12, 1813 in Utica, NY. His parents were Harriet Dwight and James Dana. At Utica high school, his teacher Fay Edgerton encouraged and developed his love and interest for science. He graduated in 1830 and enrolled in Yale College, where he studied natural history and geology. He graduated in 1833 and for two years, he became a mathematical instructor to midshipmen in the navy.
At a young age, Franklin was a determined. He would become his brother’s apprentice in his printing press company. This would inspire him to establish his own printing press which would be well known throughout all the colonies. He was then given the rank of postmaster, which made him the head of all the post offices in the colonies. He was very interested in pursuing science and enjoyed inventing; this curiosity of science would lead him to be the first to discover electricity.
During this time he developed plans for a horseless carriage and Thomas Edison encouraged him to build a better model. In 1903, Henry Ford established the Ford Motor Company. He also introduced a revolutionary idea: an inexpensive automobile made by
In the year 1779, he wrote “A Bill for the More General Diffusion of Knowledge”. This writing of his led to a bound of a plan for forming Virginia public schools where all children are free including male and female. These children were to be given lessons on reading, writing, early history and math. This public education was free for all students. After increasing the size of the United States, Thomas Jefferson wanted to see the new part of the country discovered.
Danny Lyon is a New York City based photographer who was heavily involved in the civil-rights movement. According to Vince Aletti from The New Yorker magazine, Lyon ended up in a Georgia jail in 1962, with Martin Luther King, Jr., in a nearby cell. A year later, he was given the opportunity to become the staff photographer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Lyon had a passion for social change so he fully immersed himself in the cultures and communities he documented. Throughout the period of the civil-rights movement, he recorded marches, sit-ins, arrests, and the aftermath of bombings.