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Famous Biologists. The field of biology has seen many important discoveries throughout the centuries. From vaccines to theories of the beginning and progression of life on Earth, the many discoveries have improved not only our understanding of history but also our quality of living.
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Biologists working in educational sector engage themselves in the publication of their study in different journals besides imparting education at classrooms. What follows is a collection of the biographies, timelines and trivia about some of the world’s most famous biologists.
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It includes zoologists, botanists, ornithologists, entomologists, malacologists, naturalists and other specialities.
Humayun Abdulali (–), Indian ornithologist. Aziz Ab'Saber (–). Overall, an excellent book for the experimental biologist. Caveat: I have heard Glass talk about some of these topics before, but In lucid prose, Glass carefully takes the reader through the steps a scientist should take to carry out a successful and reproducible project/5.
Great scientists of the world Sunday, Ma Panchanan Maheshwari() Born In November in Jaipur (Rajasthan), Panchanan Maheshwari got solace in books and magazines in school days and later developed interests in scientific magazines.
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Louis Agassiz (). Swiss-born American zoologist, geologist, and paleontologist, with a special expertise in ichthyology. Founder and director of Harvard's Museum of Comparative. One, remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Two, never give up work.
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