During this year, prominent broadcasters and scientists died. Physicist Stephen Hawking and Nobel Prize Laureate Leon Max Ledman were among those who died.
2018 was a stunning year of science: it inspires us, amazes us, and with some cautiousness after we've learned about editing the possible embryonic gene. But that did not make us feel well. The Nobel Prize winners, such as Stephen Hawking, are those who have died in recent months.
This is a brief description of the costs of 2018.
On March 14, news came to the world and the scientific community that there was little unexpected impact: popular and favorite physicist Stephen Hawking died at the age of 76 at the Cambridge House.
He was diagnosed with motor neuron disease (associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS) when he was 21 at age 1963. The doctors gave him two more years of life. But Hawking is slower than usual, surviving for more than half a century. It was enough to detect it and make it a symbol.
However, it would be unfair to remind him of his condition. Hawking defended his doctoral dissertation in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and gained universal comparability and cosmology. In addition, he described his theory of "The Hawking radiation" and wrote several popular scientific books and inspired his film The All Theory.
On May 10, an environmentalist, David Goodall, confirmed his suicide attempt in Switzerland. A few days ago, 104-year-old Australian scientist expressed his desire to end his life by euthanasia.
Goodolle was an influential botanist in early development of statistical methods in plant associations. He also worked as researcher and professor in England, Australia, Ghana and the United States. He is the editor-in-chief of the 30-volume book series of world ecosystems and author of more than 100 publications.
Leon Max Lederman
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The Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics, Professor Leon Leonard Lehman, died in 1988 on October 3. The great professor of Jewish immigrants from Russia, LeFrath Legend, was a legend in the particle physics world and, first of all, "The Divine Parts" is the same title.
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Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics Charles Kuean Kao died at the age of 84 in Hong Kong in 2009. His fibrous optics research helped reverse the field of research in the 1960s and helped build the technical foundation of the information age.
Kao received half of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2009; The second part is by Willard Boyle and George E. Between Smith and Bell Laboratories at the same time. They have invented a semi-conductor sensor, called a device charger, behind digital photos and movies.
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Latin America also lost one of the brightest minds. On Friday, 23rd, Colombian scientist Emilio Eunice, considered to be one of the geneticists in the country, died of a heart attack in Bogota. Yunis received a long list of results that allowed him to name his name in world science.
He has a Master of Genetics degree at Junich U. Nacional. It is the first genetics institute in the same university. She has been a pioneer in cohorts of genetics and genetics in human and medical genetics, cytogenetics, and judiciary and molecular genetics.
Paul Allen was not a scientist, but his contribution helped shape a society that knows today. Along with Bill Gates, he devoted most of his wealth to research: He sponsored the Allen Institute of Mental Sciences, the Allen Institute of Cell Science, the Allen Telescope Massage, and the Allen Artificial Intelligence Institute. He died of cancer on October 15 at the age of 65.
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The last member of this list is not scientific, and ultimately … not even human; but his mind contributed significantly to science and expanded our knowledge of animals. We talked about Coco, a gorilla who was famous for his glamorous genius. Coco died on June 20 while sleeping.
Known primate, although a major ambassador to the danger of its extinction, "has become a kind of relationship and empathy," says the Gorilla Foundation. "Coco's language and empathy have revealed millions of people's minds and hearts," he said.
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