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# Name
Year
Country
Science
achievements
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Hideki Yukawa

1907-1981
Japan
Physics

predicted existence of the pion
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Maria Goeppert-Mayer

1906-1972
Germany
Physics

advanced shell model of nuclear structure
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Felix Bloch

1905-1983
Switzerland
Physics

contributed to development of the NMR technique; measured the magnetic moment of the neutron; contributed to the theory of metals
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Hipparchus

-190-120
Greece
Geodesy


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Alfred Kastler

1902-1984
France
Physics

discovered and developed optical methods for studying the Hertzian resonances that are produced when atoms interact with radio waves or microwaves
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Nikolaus Riehl

1901-1990
Germany
Physics

German nuclear energy project Soviet atomic bomb project
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Ernst Ising

1900-1998
Germany
Physics

developed the Ising model of ferromagnetism
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Dennis Gabor

1900-1979
Hungary
Physics

invented and developed the holographic method whereby it is possible to record and display a three-dimensional display of an object
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David Hilbert

1862-1943
Germany
Mathematics

Hilbert's basis theorem
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Georg Cantor

1845-1918
Germany
Mathematics

Inventor of set theory

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