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Albert Einstein Facts ALBERT EINSTEIN
Albert Einstein changed the world of science with his fascinating work in physics. His theories became legendary and his image is known around the world.

Galileo Galilei Facts GALILEO GALILEI
Italian, Galileo developed telescopes and used them to make  observations about our solar system, discovering objects like the moons that orbit Jupiter.

Isaac Newton FactsISAAC NEWTON
Isaac Newton developed the theory of gravity, leaving his mark on physics and astronomy.

Charles Darwin FactsCHARLES DARWIN
Charles Darwin introduced the idea of evolution, how humans/animals and plants have changed and adapted over time.

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British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking is famous for his work on black holes - changing what people knew about outer space.

Marie & Pierre Curie FactsMARIE CURIE
Marie Curie was a chemist and scientist famous for becoming the first person to be awarded two Nobel Prizes. She made lots of scientific discoveries including radioactivity and even has a charity named after her.

Jane Goodall Facts JANE GOODALL
Jane Goodall is known for her lifelong study of the behaviour of chimpanzees in social situations and educating/changing our views of these animals.
 
 
 
 
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