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The Greatest Scientists

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#: 961 - 970

# Name
Year
Country
Science
achievements
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Bernard F. Burke

1959-2004
USA
Astronomy

developed techniques for very-long-baseline interferometry (VLBI) using atomic frequency standards to synchronize radio telescopes at remote locations worldwide, leading to a 1000-fold improvement in angular resolution for radio telescopes
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Waldo R. Tobler

1930-
USA
Geography

His idea that "Everything is related to everything else, but near things are more related to each other" is referred to as the "first law of geography"
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Alfred Weber

1868-1958
Germany
Economy

devised a model of how to understand industrial locations in regard to several factors, including labor supply, markets, resource location, and transpiration
964
Henry Hallett Dale

1875-1968
United Kingdom
physiology

For his study of acetylcholine as agent in the chemical transmission of nerve impulses (neurotransmission) he shared the 1936 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Otto Loewi
965
Joel E. Hendricks

1818-1893
USA
Mathematics


966
Wilhelm Friedrich K├╝hne

1837-1900
Germany
physiology


967
Eugene N. Parker

1927-
USA
Physic


968
Antonio Luigi Gaudenzio

1830-1903
Italy
Mathematics


969
Robert Alan Good

1922-
USA
physiology

Performed the first successful human bone marrow transplant between persons who were not identical twins and is regarded as a founder of modern immunology
970
Willard Harrison Bennett

1903-1987
USA
Chemistry

conducted research into plasma physics, astrophysics, geophysics, surface physics, and physical chemistry. The Bennett pinch is named after him.

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