Today in Science (0129)


1688 - Emanuel Swedenborg, Swedish scientist and philosopher

1846 - Karol Olszewski, Polish scientist

1901 - Allen B. DuMont, American scientist and inventor

1926 - Abdus Salam, Pakistani physicist and Nobel Prize laureate

1947 - Linda B. Buck, American scientist and Nobel Prize laureate


1934 - Fritz Haber, German chemist and Nobel Prize laureate

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