When he got out of school he attended the University of Munich, where in 1935 graduated with a PhD in physical anthropology. Mengele, years later went to the institute for Hereditary Biology and Racial Hygiene in Frankfurt, where he became the assistant for Dr. Otmar von Verschuer. Dr. Otmar von Verschuer was just fascinated with twins, so from then on so was Mengele. While in Frankfurt he earned his second doctorate in medicine. Mengele had two doctorates in medicine and physical anthropology when he joined the Nazi party in
The reader must know a thing or two about Michael Crichton 's life in order to understand how it influenced the novel, The Andromeda Strain. Michael Crichton was born on October 23, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois (“Michael,” Encyclopedia). As a child Crichton was surrounded by literature: “Crichton 's father was a journalist and his mom often took her children to plays, movies and museums” (“Michael,” Encyclopedia). Although, “Crichton was often ill as a child, which led him to spend more time indoors playing with electric trains and performing amateur scientific experiments” (“Michael,” Encyclopedia). He would then go on to graduate from Harvard with his medical degree (“Michael,” Biography).
Leonhard got his first education in mathematics at home from his dad, as his father was also interested in mathematics and studied from Jakob Bernoulli at university. At the age of 13 Euler entered the University of Basel and took courses from famous Professor, John Bernoulli, younger brother of Jakob Bernoulli. Euler was not limited to Mathematics; he also did Master’s degree in Philosophy. In 1727 he joined St. Petersburg Academy where he continued his research with Daniel Bernoulli in mechanics and physics and was able to publish his work in the respective field. Euler was dedicated to his work.
We still use Sir Isaac Newton’s law everywhere. If Isaac Newton hadn't discovered the three laws, we would be no where close to where we are today in science and many other things. We use Newton’s research in most things even to this day, even though is was researched over three hundred years ago. Sir Isaac Newton was also interested in Alchemy. He did experiments with many of objects, in which he used a lot of Mercury(This was the second reason why they thought he had the nervous breakdown).
What if Adolf Hitler had been successful in his application to the Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts? Would he have become the notorious dictator we know him for today? Adolf Hitler was born on the 20th of April 1889, 4th child to parents Alois Hitler and Klara Polzl. His father, Alois, was a government official and his mother took charge of the household and devoted her years to the family. During his early years, Hitler clashed frequently with his father, Alois.
Early on in school, Turing struggled and was not considered an ideal student. He was accepted into King’s College in 1931 where he continued to study mathematics. In 1936 he won the Smith’s Prize in math for a paper on probability theory. He also began study at Princeton where he researched Boolean algebra and binary
He also completed a doctorate in the study of art history in this University. Just a while later, in 1936, he decided to write his first book; A Little History of the World. He wrote this book to educate children and teenagers. Sadly, the book got banned by the German Nazi organization for peacemaking, which the Nazis didn’t want at that time period. But luckily, before the book got banned, he already fled to Britain in 1939.
World War II provided a huge backdrop for a major expansion and improvements in the medical field. Medical inventions like sulfanilamide saved plenty of lives during the war and many historians credit the invention with helping allied forces win World War II. With penicillin, the chance of wound infections for soldiers vastly reduced, so survival rates also raised. Plasma was also of very great usage because 15,000 units of plasma were distributed in just five months of the war! Microscopes were also created and they opened up a new perspective in the medical field.
Did you know that Leonardo Da Vinci discovered density 400 years before scientists could explain it? Did you also know that Thomas Edison discovered “etheric force” which led to the invention of the radio? Although both of these men were geniuses in their own time, they are still remembered because of their impact on the world today. Leonardo Da Vinci, known as a great painter, also had a knack for inventing. “At age 30, he first explored his engineering talents and went to work as a military engineer for 17 years in Milan.
After treatment, addition, new blood vessels may develop. The photodynamic therapy also aims to destroy the fragile blood vessels, but this is achieved by injecting a drug that adheres to the surface of said vessel, and subsequently illuminating the eye with a light that activates the drug. The activated drug destroys blood vessels only, without affecting healthy tissues. This treatment does not restore lost vision, but retards the progress of the disease. A recently developed a new treatment for macular degeneration with very good results in general (although there are people who do not respond to this treatment), which is based on the use of injections periodic anti-VEGF (vascular endothelial growth ), they are hindering the development of new vessels, which is the alteration that really worsens the prognosis of the disease.
The gun was not used officially during the war, partly because of Gatling 's affiliation with the "Copperheads," a group of antiwar Democrats who opposed Lincoln 's policies and were suspected of treason. Also, he had offered to sell the gun to anyone, including the Confederacy and foreigners. Many Gatlings were sold to England, Austria, and Russia and to South American nations. Until about 1900 they were used in small wars and against small threats such as the American Indians. To compete with other machine gun manufacturers, in 1893 Gatling developed an electricity-driven gun that fired 3,000 rounds per minute, later he built an automatic gas-operated gun, however, in 1911 the U.S. Army officially declared his weapon
German scientists like Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr, and Ernest Rutherford were the first to aid in splitting the uranium atom that was necessary in creating the atomic bomb. These scientist were Jews, therefore during the Holocaust, they had to flee from Germany to America. The American scientists, many of whom came from fascist regimes in Europe, organized a project to exploit the new fission process for military purposes. This took place in 1939 when a conference between Enrico Fermi and the Navy Department was arranged. By the summer of 1939, Albert Einstein presented to Pres.
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.
¬ A Nazi Named Erik Schaefer – Siva Incarnate Erik Schaefer was born to a family of great Germany bankers, but is also the great-grandson of Isaac Newton’s sister. He got his PhD in relatvistic physics from Harvard University, and thereupon become an associate professor, and eventually a full-professor at the University of Toronto, where he taught astrophysics for a period of twenty years and worked on nuclear propulsion in spacecraft. In 2009, he was fired for lighting a student’s work on fire after his discontent. He then earned a B.Ed. and thereupon secured a position has a physics teacher, banished from academia.