Einstein was the greatest scientist of the 20th century. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) made a huge contribution to the development of physics. However, he is best known for his theory of relativity.
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Edison (1847-1931) arguably remains the most heroic inventor in the history of mankind and to remember all his inventions is literally impossible. He is most popularly known for inventing the light bulb.
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Founder of Microsoft and co-chairman of the Bill and Melinda Gates charity, the 57-year-old billionaire Bill Gates (born October 28, 1955) is one of the richest men on earth. By 2007 the Bill and Melinda Gates charity had donated $ 28 billion to welfare projects.
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Fleming (1881-1955), born in Scotland, was engaged in immunological studies, and later discovered penicillin. His discoveries continue to save millions of lives around the world to date.
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The brains behind the theory of evolution, Darwin (1809-1882) was from the United Kingdom. He provided evidence in support of his hypothesis and widely contributed towards explaining the evolution of living beings.
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The Italian physicist and mathematician (1564-1642) was born in Florence. His main achievements include the law of inertia and the invention of the telescope. He became the first man on earth to start quantitative methods and accurate observation.
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The Greek poet Homer:
Legendary Greek poet Homer was born in the 8th century, before Christ. His contributions to the world of literature are invaluable. He managed to write famous poems such as Illiad and the Odyssey.
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Pablo Picasso (1882-1973) was born in Malaga, Spain. Picasso was the most iconic artist of the XX century. Pablo Picasso brilliantly entered the Barcelona Academy of Fine Arts at the age of 13. The Spanish artist brought about a great number of innovations in the art of painting.
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The Czech Republican scientist, Gregor Mendel (1822-1884), was the first person who discovered the basic principles of heredity, and thus opened the way for the development of modern genetics. His given principles and are now being used as the starting points for several researches.
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The Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937) won the physics Nobel prize after making radio transmission possible. His work changed how people communicated with each other.
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