Read the full biography of Charles Augustin de Coulomb, a French physicist known for discoveries such as Coulomb's Law, electrostatic force of attraction, and repulsion.
Biography of Andre-Marie Ampere, credited with the discovery of Electromagnetism, SI unit of electric current is named after him.
An astrophysicist and a research assistant Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Who Discovered Pulsars know about her awards and honors.
Biography of a great physics scientist, which every person should read and learn everything from their life.
Gustav Kirchhoff contributed to explaining electrical circuits, spectroscopy, and the emission of black body radiation by hot objects.
HG Wells, whose written imaginations became true events. The scenes depicted in the Wells film The Shape of Things to Come actually came true in World War II.
We have been on the banks of the cosmic ocean for a long time. We are ready to set sail for the stars. Here are Carl Sagan's quotes that will always inspire humanity and science.
Biography of Alessandro Volta. Physicist and chemist who is credited as inventing the electrical battery and the finder of methane.
Richard Feynman was a Theoretical Physicist, after World War II Feynman is considered the most brilliant in physics and Richard Feynman: an influential popular theoretical scientist of the 20th century.
we can help us remain more creative in our work, How to stay engaged and think creatively. The following are what we should learn from Albert Einstein.
Who was Michael Faraday, one of the most outstanding scientists in the world of science, whose inventions made Newton, Maxwell, and Einstein so great?
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