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50 Most Popular Scientist of All Time

List of most influential scientist of all time. Top physicians, astronomers, philosopher, and powerful figures in the scientific field of aptitude.

Breakthroughs in the medical sciences have been numerous and extremely valuable. Study in this discipline begins with a contemporary of Aristotle’s named Hippocrates, who is commonly regarded as the “father of medicine.” Perhaps Hippocrates’ most enduring legacy to the field is the Hippocratic Oath, the ethical code that doctors still abide by today.

Heretofore, we will list quiet a deal of scientist who moved and their works are still moving and shaking our world today. Though, they might not be the first to conceive the idea but quoting Francis Darwin:

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In science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs. —Francis Darwin (1848-1925)

…we are safe to bring out the list below, list of most popular scientist of all time, maybe in our generation. We read, learn and study their works, meditate grossly on their innovations and theories.

Most Scientists of All Time

  1. Aristotle
  2. Robert Hooke
  3. John Ray
  4. Sir Isaac Newton
  5. Michael Faraday
  6. Louis Agassiz
  7. Charles Darwin
  8. Alfred Russel Wallace
  9. William Thomson
  10. James Clerk Maxwell
  11. Sigmund Freud
  12. Albert Einstein
  13. Sir Alexander Fleming
  14. Asclepius Hippocrates
  15. Pliny the Elder
  16. Ptolemy
  17. Galen of Pergamum
  18. Avicenna
  19. Roger Bacon
  20. Nicolaus Copernicus
  21. Paracelsus
  22. Andreas Vesalius
  23. Tycho Brahe
  24. Giordano Bruno
  25. Luigi Galvani
  26. Sir William Herschel
  27. Edward Jenner
  28. John Dalton
  29. John James Audubon
  30. Sir Francis Galton
  31. Gregor Mendel
  32. William Bateson
  33. Marie Curie
  34. Henrietta Swan Leavitt
  35. Ernest Rutherford
  36. Niels Bohr
  37. Sir Fred Hoyle
  38. Francis Harry Compton Crick
  39. James Dewey Watson
  40. Richard P. Feynman
  41. Rosalind Franklin
  42. Edward O. Wilson
  43. Jane Goodall
  44. Sir Harold W. Kroto
  45. Richard E. Smalley
  46. Robert F. Curl, Jr.
  47. Stephen Jay Gould
  48. Stephen W. Hawking
  49. J. Craig Venter
  50. Francis Collins