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Famous Scientists

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Famous Scientists
Louis Pasteur
1822-1895
http://www.biography.com/people/louis-pasteur-9434402#synopsis
Parts of a Microscope
Pasteurized Milk
Fleming in his lab
Conclusion
http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/29782-understanding-antonie-van-leeuwenhoek-video.htm
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
1632-1723
Birthplace of Hooke
Freshwater, Isle of Wright, England
Alexander Fleming
1881-1955
http://www.biography.com/people/alexander-fleming-9296894#synopsis
Robert Hooke
1635-1703
http://www.famousscientists.org/robert-hooke/
Delft, The Netherlands
Birthplace of Van Leeuwenhoek
Anton Leeuwenhoek
After watching the video, answer the following:
1. What did he discover?
2. Why do you think he's a "Way Cool" scientist?
After reading the article, answer the following questions:
1. When and where was he born?
2. How did he make a good impression at Westminister School?
3. What was the name of his book?
4. When did he die?
5. Why was he considered a Way Cool Scientist?
1. Why should he be known for more than his work with milk?
2. What is his major contribution to science?
3. Why should he be considered a Way Cool scientist?
1. What did he discover?
2. How did he discover it?
3. Why is he considered a Way Cool scientist?
If you had to pick a scientist out of the four you just learned about, which one would you consider the most important and why?
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