German scientists BIOLOGISTS
For centuries, science has developed in Germany, set up research centers, open universities. German scientists have achieved excellent results in all areas. They have made an impressive contribution in the improvement of the world civilization.
Kaiser Wilhelm Center for the Study of the universal questions of creation was founded in 1911, which later became known as the Max Planck Society. Center became the smithy of Nobel laureates.
What are the major scientific discoveries made by scientists in Germany? Who's Who in the German science? How to evaluate the contribution of German scientists in the development of world civilization? On the site you can get acquainted with the biographies of prominent German scientists and with significant contributions made by them in the world of science.
People are always interested in how ingenious scientists, collecting the crumbs of all information submitted by the predecessors, colleagues or outstanding contemporaries, in moments of greatest insight suddenly made a rapid breakthrough and a great discovery. Their findings are often disputed, caused bewilderment, envy and persecution. However, they stubbornly went to his goal, and paved the way for followers. This is indicated by the biography of the great German scientists.
GREAT GERMAN SCIENTISTS
Alexander von Humboldt
Heinrich Hertz (German)
Heinrich Hertz (in Russian)
Famous people of Germany have made to civilization and world culture is a tremendous contribution. This country has given the world a big number of eminent scientists, inventors, engineers, doctors, composers, philosophers, poets, writers.
Alexander von Humboldt (Alexander von Humboldt, 1769-1859) - the famous German scholar and lexicographer, a geographer and explorer, naturalist. In honor of Alexander named the lake and river in the state of Nevada (USA), a crater on the moon, the mountains in Australia, New Zealand, Central Asia, the glacier in Greenland, Peruvian current - a cold current washing coast of South America, he opened ...
We often hear on the radio: "The radio has a range of 782 kHz." What does the "kHz" or 1,000 times smaller "hertz" "? It is a measure of frequency, number of oscillations per second AC running the receiver. The name was chosen in honor of the eminent German physicist Heinrich Rudolf Hertz. Hertz, the son of a prominent family, ...