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Scientist of the Week – The Unknown Scientists – Issue 61

Scientist of the Week – The Unknown Scientists – Issue 61


James Felix
James Felix
Scientist of the Week – The Unknown...

This week’s dedication is to all those men, women and children who lost their chance to become scientist of the week, as they may have lost their lives, may have lost their schools or families, or otherwise have had their lives so disrupted that it set us all back an unknown period of time in scientific advancement.


Could this be likened to the loss of scientific understanding in the dark ages?

Please spare these unknown brilliant individuals a moment’s thought.

When were the dark ages?

This weeks scientist of the week was nominated by Mr D O’Brien.

If you would like to nominate a scientist email [email protected]

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