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Question: Whose your favourite scientist of all time?
Asked by star42sun to Sergio on 9 Nov 2019.
Sergio Martin Saldana
answered on 9 Nov 2019:
Santiago Ramon y Cajal. He was a Spanish neuroscientist that described more than 150 years ago how the neurons connect to each other in a network in our nervous system just working with a microscope. How cool is this?
Sudhin commented on 11 Nov 2019:
Nikola Tesla a Serbian-American engineer. An inventor who challenged Thomas Alva Edison over Direct current and put forth the use of Alternating current which we now use everywhere from home to factories. A remarkable scientist, born quite ahead of his time but did not get the deserved respect and acceptance.
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