who invented the stethoscope
who developed a chemical theory
who was a Founding Father and a polymath, inventor, scientist, printer, politician, freemason and diplomat
who developed vaccines for anthrax and rabies
One of the founders of the science of human anatomy
who discovered penicillin
who discovered polio vaccine
they risked there life to bring supplies and support to soldiers in the field during the Civil War
She and her husband, Pierre, discovered the elements polonium and radium.
who invented the Parachute.
who invented the alcohol thermometer
who introduced phenol to sterilise surgical instruments and to clean wounds.
A tested theory
A disease you get when you are bitten by an animal
Microscopic disease-causing organisms
Pasteur's first name
An infectious disease in animals which can be transferred to humans
Louis' last name
The name of the country that Pasteur lived in
Somebody who does experiments in a laboratory
The substance injected into people to protect them from major diseases
The process of sterilizing milk or other liquids
Pasteur developed the vaccine for this disease found in chickens
Action of making a person or animal immune to infection, typically by inoculation
Louis Pasteur is the father of this scientific field of study
A tiny flash
A test made in order to study what happened
A room or building used for scientific work
This person invented the light bulb
This was discovered by Benjamin Franklin
A thin rope or cord used for tying things
To watch someone or something carefully
This is Alexander Graham Bell's famous invention
Someone who invents things
The Wright _________ invented the aeroplane
What theory did Albert Eistein develop?
Bill Gates Nationality
discovered the connection between magnitism and electricity
developed the first usable and practible lightbulb
involved forcing air through molten metal to burn out carbon and other impurities that make metal brittle
in 1908 he announce, "I will build a motor car for the great multitude." He did it. Using mass-production methods in modern factories, this man built a line of affordable cars called the Model T.
a machine that sent messages instantly over wires
credidted with inventing the telegraph in 1837
tried to create a way to send multiple telegraph messages at a time
a brother with a name that starts with a w that succeeded in flying a powered airplane in sustained flight
a brother with a name that starts with an o that succeeded in flying a powered airplane in sustained flight
used the discoveries to build a wireless telegraph, or radio
studied variations amoung plants and animals
a person with a name that starts with a M that helped discover polonium and radium
a persons name that starts with a P that helped discover polonium and radium
a processes in which certain elements constantly break down and release energy
developed the special theory of relativity; was a now famous for the formula E=mc2
showed the link between microbes and disease
by heating liquids and foods to high temperatures, this killed the the bacteria and prevented fermentation
a drug that reduces pain and in large doses makes the patient unconscious
used dogs as research subjects to prove that animals could br conditioned, ot taught, to have certain reflex actions
argued that an unconscious part of the mind contains thoughts of which one is unaware
the growth in the proportion of people living in towns and cities
an artistic and literary movement at the beginning of the 1800s which rejected the rationalism of the Enlightenment in favor of emotion, intuition, and imagination
expressed the definition of poetry as "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings from emotions recollected in transquility"
celebrated human freedom in his work
Koch proved that certain bacteria caused this human disease.
This person was Koch's rival.
What vegetable did Koch grow the bacteria for anthrax on?
What animal did Koch successfully inject with anthrax?
Other scientists used liquids, but Koch grew germs on what type of objects?
What is the word for colouring bacteria so that people can see them?
What disease was harder to find the germ for because it was smaller?
In 1882, Pasteur discovered the vaccine for this disease.
What did Anthony von Leuwenhoek invent in the 1600s?
Who found out how to vaccinate against smallpox?
Who discovered a microscope that could magnify by 1000 times in 1830?
Who gave lectures in support of Pasteur's Germ Theory?
What British doctor used the work of Koch to draw attention to germs and their role in human infections?
This doctor explained that some microbes were present in healthy tissue and were harmless.
Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer.
Free African-American scientist, surveyor and farmer.
French mathematician and physicist.
English polymath, mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer.
Greek mathematician, often referred to as the "father of geometry".
A famous mathematician who was born in Pisa, Italy in about 1170.
The mathematical sequence in which any number in the sequence is the sum of the two previous numbers.
German mathematician who invented set theory.
The country where many famous mathematicians came from.
American inventor who developed an electromechanical punched card tabulator.
Greek mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher in Egypt.
Jewish-Hungarian American mathematician and computer scientist.
American mathematician best known for their work on decision problems and Hilbert's tenth problem.
Swiss mathematician, physicist and astronomer.
Hungarian mathematician known both for their social practice of mathematics and for their eccentric lifestyle.
French lawyer at the Parlement of Toulouse, France.
Greek philosopher and founder of the Academy of Athens.
An Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician.
Female French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.
Pre-Socratic Greek philosopher of Magna Graecia.
first to keep accurate health records
medication is administered by IV,injections or
developed the smallpox vaccination
plague that killed 1/3 of Europe also called black death
invented the stethoscope
father of medicine
symbol of medicine
oath of conduct historically taken by physicians
test to diagnose cervical cancer
made the oral polio vaccine
Who discovered the vaccine for rabies
What disease affects the nervous system and can cause paralysis
What software did Bill Gates create?
Who created a machine the cuts, binds, and stacks wheat in field?
This machine cuts, binds, and stacks wheat.
What is the name of the organization that gives to charities and science research?
She is an astronomer.
The name of the comet Maria Mitchell discovered?
He discovered the vaccine for polio while research the flu virus
Louis Pasteur created the vaccine for this disease.
Louis Pasteur discovered that this kills bacteria.
This field of science was created because Louis Pasteur studied bacteria.
"Father of microbiology"
Proved disease transmission by inoculating himself with venereal diseases
Developed the smallpox vaccine
"Father of modern parasitology"
Coined the term "cell"
Developed rabies and anthrax vaccines
Developed the 'Germ Theory'
Developed antiseptics for use in surgery
The study of microscopic organisms such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses
Means living things arise from nonliving things
Theory that states infectious diseases are caused by microorganisms
Published first classifications of bacteria in 1853 and 1892
Developed the telescope
Developed the modern taxonomy and classification of bacteria
Developed the first compound microscope
Invented to magnify an object while enhancing detail
From the root word 'vacca', which us Latin for cow.
Discovered anthrax and tuberculosis
Discovered microorganisms cause fermentation and disease
Disproved pontaneous generation by experimenting with closed and open containers of meat
Founder of the American Red Cross in 1881
isolated radium in 1910
invented bifocals for glasses
invented the microscope in 1666
invented the microscope in 1816
First Female Physician in the US
Developed Vaccine for smallpox in 1796
established professional education for nurses
discovered Penicillin in 1928
created a vaccine for rabies
developed the polio vaccine in 1952
THE "Father of Medicine"