Ohm, George Simon
He showed experimentally that there was a simple relationship between resistance, current and voltage. His famous law stated that the current flow through a conductor is proportional to the potential difference (voltage).
Unfortunately, when Ohm published his finding in 1827, his ideas were dismissed by his colleagues. He would receive no credit for his findings until the Royal Society in London recognized the significance of his discovery and awarded him the Copley medal in 1841.
Oppenheimer had welcomed the chance to support the war effort and to play a major role in the scientific world. People marveled at how he seemed to understand any concept instantly. He had the greatest memory anyone had ever seen. He seemed to keep all aspects of the Manhattan Project in his head, along with an impressive knowledge of the arts and literature.
Near the end of his life, Oppen-heimer expressed mixed feelings about the atomic bombings:
Pavlov was educated to enter priesthood but elected to be a scientist. After studies in Russia, he went to Germany for graduate work. His numerous contributions are in 4 major fields, cardiac physiology, digestion, central nervous system and psychophysiology.
In his investigations of digestive glands he was awarded the Nobel prize in 1904. His book on reflexes is monumental and he will be remembered as one of the great physiologists of all time.
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