He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in 1829 and one year later, earned his Doctor of Medicine.
Though the school is now gone, he was given an island and $50,000 to open a school that studied zoology in 1873.
He was known as a strict teacher, sometimes locking students in a room with no direction and expecting them to learn about, for example, turtle shells or lobster shells.
Was a British lawyer and the leading geologist of his day.
was an American paleontologist.
Was an American biologist often called the “father of biodiversity” or “socio-biology” for discovering hundreds of new insect species.
Was an American biologist known for his extensive work in species variation among many other scientific breakthroughs.
Was a biologist from Germany known best for his work in evolution and his influential work in the history of science.
was an Indian physicist whose ground breaking work in the field of light scattering earned him the 1930 Nobel Prize for Physics
Was an English physician.
Is an American geneticist and biophysicist who was noted for the discovery of the molecular structure of DNA.
Alexandre Brongniart was a French chemist, mineralogist, and zoologist, who collaborated with Georges Cuvier on a study of the geology of the region around Paris