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Scientific Revolution

  • Period: Jan 1, 1473 to

    The years of invention

    The invention of equipments used in our day to day lives and their importances, and inventors
  • Dec 31, 1514

    Andreas Vesalius

    Andreas Vesalius
    Andreas Vesalius was an anatomist, Physician, and the authour of one of the most influential books on human antomy called Dehumani Corporis Fabrica. He is often referred to as the founder of modern human anatomy. He conducted a public dissecton off the body of Jakob Karrer von Gebweiler,a notorious felon from the city of basel.
    the findings of Vesalius corrected the previous anatomical teachings of Galen, which were based upon the dissection of animals even though they were supposed to be a gui
  • Jan 1, 1543

    Nicolaus Copernicus

    Nicolaus Copernicus
    Nicolaus Copernicus published his book entitled De revolutionibus orbium coelestium.
  • Dec 22, 1543

    Matteo Realdo Colombo

     Matteo Realdo Colombo
    n 1543 he returned to Padua to take over the position of Andreas Vesalius, who had travelled to Switzerland to oversee the printing of his book De Humani Corporis Fabrica.
  • Dec 31, 1578

    William Harvey

    William Harvey
    an English physician who was the first to describe correctly and in detail the systemic circulation and properties of blood being pumped to the body by the heart.
  • Wilhelm Schickard

    Wilhelm Schickard
    invented a calculating machine that he called a Speeding Clock or Calculating Clock.The machine could add and subtract six-digit numbers, and indicated an overflow of this capacity by ringing a bell
  • Herman Boerhaave

    Herman Boerhaave
    referred to as a "father of physiology" due to his exemplary teaching in Leiden and textbook 'Institutiones medicae
  • Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz

    Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
    invented the binary system, foundation of virtually all modern computer architectures.
  • Denis Papin

    Denis Papin
    observed the mechanical power of atmospheric pressure on his 'digester', Papin built a model of a piston steam engine, the first of its kind.
  • Pierre Fauchard

    Pierre Fauchard
    Started dentistry science as we know it today, and he has been named "the father of modern dentistry". Basic oral anatomy and function, signs and symptoms of oral pathology, operative methods for removing decay and restoring teeth, periodontal disease (pyorrhea), orthodontics, replacement of missing teeth, and tooth transplantation.
  • Carl Linnaeus

    Carl Linnaeus
    In his Systema Naturae, he catalogued all the living creatures into a single system that defined their morphological relations to one another: the Linnean classification system.