Discovered catalytic RNA, for which he won the Nobel Prize in 1989
A founding father of experimental petrology.
Pioneered biofilm microbiology
Atmospheric scientist who has worked on several space satellite missions.
First radio broadcast and scores of other inventions
Created the Java programming language
Studies in atomic energy and nuclear physics
Discovered the telomere clock
Co-designed the first commercially available electron microscope in North America
Studied natural systems and the response of predators to prey
Co-winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1981 for mapping the visual cortex
Developed the concept of exhalative ore deposits
Invented the APL computer programming language
Author of Classical Electrodynamics
Wrote "The C Programming Language" with Dennis Ritchie.
Developed methods of simulating atoms in molecular systems to help understand the structural and dynamic behavior of complex materials
Developed mathematical theories of group representations and number theory
Ethnobotanist: World expert on airborne and allergenic pollen and famous for targeting medicinal plants in the tropical rain forest.
Prof. Livingston has performed research on ferromagnetic, superconducting, and mechanical properties of metals and alloys. He is now primarily occupied with teaching and writing.
Contributed to the theory of electron transfer reactions in chemical systems
Important cosmologist and astrophysicist
World famous cosmologist and science communicator
Nuclear scientist killed by radiation accident at Los Alamos, New Mexico in 1946.
Shared the 2009 Nobel Prize in medicine for the discovery of telomeres.
Won the Nobel prize in chemistry for studying electron transfer reactions
Won the Nobel Prize for verifying the quark theory
Invented the alkaline battery
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