He did not finish his entire education because later on because he was forced to work ("Benjamin Banneker (1731-1806)," n.d.). In his early life, he lived by Baltimore, Maryland on a farm which his family owned. On this 100 acre farm, he gained a love for astronomy and the connection it had to mathematics. He would teach himself about these things
He was the first in his family to attend Harvard. Back then the men who attended Harvard were ranked on the social status of their father. Samuel was ranked sixth because Deacon Adams was a justice of peace, he paid Samuel’s tuition with flour. In Harvard Samuel continued his learning of Greek and Latin texts. His parents wanted him to one day join the church as a minister so he also studied Hebrew to prepare for it.
The cell, so small yet so significant to scientific research and biology, The man that discovered it is Robert Hooke. The discoverer of the cell (Robert Hooke) was born in Freshwater, in England on July 18, 1635. (Biography). As a boy and a teenager, he marveled his father with his excellent work in art and sketching as well as his work in tech like clocks and sundials. Robert Hooke was encourage by his father to become a clockmaker or an artist as a career (Famous).
After graduating in 1909, Eisenhower worked at the Belle Springs Creamery with his uncle and father, as well as moonlighting as a fireman. He even paid for two years of his brother Edgar’s tuition at the University of Michigan, then hoping that Edgar would do the same after getting a higher-paying job. However, Edgar never needed to pay his brother’s tuition because Dwight entered
In the dictionary, honor is defined as “high respect”. To me, honor is when somebody does something to better the lives of the people around them and they get, like the dictionary states, respect for their achievement. I think a very honorable scientist is a man known as “The father of modern genetics”, Gregor Mendel. Gregor Mendel was born in 1822 on his family’s farm in what is now the Czech Republic. He spent his early years on the farm until age 11 when a schoolmaster who was taken by his proclivity for learning recommended that he be sent to a school in Troppau to continue his education.
Tycho Brahe was an eminent danish astronomer and alchemist. He developed various instrument such as great globe in the 1580, armillary sphere in 1581, triangular sextant in 1582, use for astronomy. He was born at Khutstorp castle, Scania in 1546. He received his early education in a Latin school. Brahe stepped into university of Copenhagen when he was only twelve years old.
He was seventeen years old (25) when he left his family and moved to Ingolstadt to study science at the university. On his idea “of infusing life into an inanimate body” (35) he worked in total about two years, so he was 21 years old when his creature awoke. With the age of 21 you might be an adult on paper, but you are still naive and have less life experience then older people might have. This could be a reason why Frankenstein dreams he can advance science in the fields of death and afterlife
1. developed the theory of relativity, he was a mathematician and he’s greater known in theoretical physics. 2. One of the two pillars of modern physics the “alongside quantum mechanics”. 3. He is mostly known for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2, which has been recognized as "the world 's most famous equation".
Victor Frankeinstein grew up as a young Swedish boy raised in Geneva. He read books about old Alchemists and attends to college in Ingolstadt. He studied and learned modern science and found out how to create life. He is the type of character that gets obssesed with things with great ambission. Unfortunately, Victors life is a reflection of tradegy and greed.
At a young age, he was given the nickname “Donatello” by his family and friends, which continued to stay with him for the rest of his life. Since he was the son of a craftsman, he was expected to work in the trading business. Donatello’s education began at the home of wealthy and influential bankers by the name of Martellis. This family had close ties to the Medici family, and this is where Donatello first began his lessons in art. (1) It is not definite how Donatello started his career, but historians believe he learned stone carving from one of the sculptors working at the cathedral of Florence sometime around the year 1400.
William Playfair was considered a black sheep during his lifetime. It wasn’t until after his death, mathematicians and scientists began to appreciate his inventions. William Playfair is credited for the invention of graphic displays of scientific and mathematical data. William Playfair was born on the twenty-second of September, nineteen fifty-seven near Dundee Scotland. He was the fifth child of eight, born to Reverend James Playfair, who was the minister of a small Parish near Dundee called Liff and Benvie.
While at Yale, he studied with a German-trained American composer named Horatio Parker. Parker, who felt that the conventional composition practices of European composers reigned supreme, trained Ives in the typical theoretical rules of the time. It was at the end of his college years that Ives, as a writing assignment, composed his first symphony. During his first year at Yale, Charles father, George, died after suffering a stroke. This was devastating to Charles; his relationship with his father was one of deep, profound admiration and love.
In 1679, Newton 's mother died which caused him to become extremely isolated for six months; he used this time to study gravity. Although Newton is best known for his work on gravity he also had many physical inventions. He is also known for the invention of calculus as well as another mathematician who they say invented it at the same time. Later on, he then published a book titled Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica which is considered to be one of the most influential books in the history of science today. Newton was elected president of Royal Society after the death of Robert Hookes in 170 3.
However his scientific ingenuity was not peaked until his last two years, in which he became enraptured with chemistry, botany, and mathematics. Lavoisier went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in law at the age of twenty under the influence of his father, who believed science would only be a hobby for Antoine, yet
Daniel Bernoulli never imagined himself to come so far into life as he did with becoming a scientist. Bernoulli was born on February 8, 1700, in Groningen, Netherlands and died on March 17, 1782, in Basil, Switzerland (Daniel Bernoulli Biography). He was the son of Johann Bernoulli and Dorothea Faulkner. He had one older brother named Nicholas (II) Bernoulli. Daniel was born into a “family of leading mathematics” (Daniel Bernoulli Biography).