Jane Goodall Biography, Animal Rights Activist, Jane Goodall Biography and Profile, UK Scientist, Activist, British Scientist, Jane Goodall, Scientist

Jane Goodall,Animal Rights Activist and Scientist, was born April 3, 1934, in London, England to Mortimer, an engineer and Vanne, an author. Jane loves animals even as a child. Jane is made a Dame of the British Empire (the equivalent of a knighthood) on February 20, 2004 during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London. Jane dreamt of living in Africa to watch and write about animals. Read Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall Biography and Profile. Read more

Mae Carol Jemison, Mae C. Jemison Biography , Doctor, Scientist, Scientist, Astronaut, African-American, USA, US

Mae Carol Jemison, born October 17, 1956, Alabama. Mae C. Jemison is the first African-American female astronaut. In 1992, she flew into space aboard the Endeavour, becoming the first African-American woman in space. Read Mae C. Jemison Biography Doctor. Read more

Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge Biography - German analytical chemist. Runge identified the mydriatic effects of belladonna extract, identified caffeine, and discovered the first coal tar dye

Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge born 8 February 1794, was a German analytical chemist. Runge identified the mydriatic effects of belladonna extract, and discovered the first coal tar dye. Read Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge Biography. Read more

Charles Darwin Biography, Naturalist, Biologist, Scientist, born 12 February 1809

Charles Darwin, Naturalist, Biologist, Scientist, born on 12 February 1809. Charles Darwin is best known for his work as a naturalist, developing a theory of evolution to explain biological change. Continue reading Charles Darwin Biography. Read more

John Hall Biography, John L. Hall, American Physicist, Nobel Laureate, John Lewis Hall, American Nobel Laureate, John Lewis Jan Hall, American Scientist, Physicist

John Hall (John Lewis Hall, Known by many as Jan) was born August 1934, in Denver, Colorado. Hall’s research with Theodor W. Hänsch on measuring optical frequencies led to the pair sharing (also with Roy Glauber) the 2005 Nobel Prize for Physics. John Hall Biography. Read more