had a theory basically saying that everything broke down chemically and this view included the universe in a macrocosm-microcosm analogy.
She wrote the book, Observation upon Experimental Philosophy. In it she says that everything about (creatures, plants, objects) in this universe-humans and their brains included-are material or corporeal. If it something isn't material, then it doesn't belong to nature.
He discovered Elipses and devised the three laws of planetary motion. The first 2 laws where published in 1609. The third was published 10 years later. 1. Planets orbits are elliptical 2. the speed of the planet is greater when the planet is closer to the sun and decreases when the distance from the sun increases. 3. planets with larger orbits go slower and planets with shorter orbits go faster.
She was denied her deceased husband's spot at the Berlin Academy because she was a woman.
Published in 1628 in the city of Frankfurt, this 72 page book contains his theory of the circulation of the blood. The quarto has 17 chapters which provide a clear and connected account of the actions of the heart and the consequent movement of the blood around the body in a circuit.
Developed the concept and wrote down some of the steps of the scientific method.
He invented a system of naming the chemical elements and is known as the father of modern chemistry.
a mathematical philosopher who developed rationalism that was an integral to Newton's development of the Scientific Method.
He was an astronomer that rejected the ideas of his previous astronomers; He also created his own discovery about the universe and documented it. he also discovered many new stars
He was the first person to speak up against Ptolemy, saying the world was actually heliocentric instead of Earth centered.