These Scientists Could Be Our Generation's Einsteins
According to guff these scientists could be our generation's Einsteins based on their work.
K. Eric Drexler
Known as the father of nanotechnology, K. Eric Drexler popularized the prospects placed in the folds of realism at the nanoscale. He carry out his major work in the field of the nanotechnology in the 70s and 80s, and printed a revolutionary book in '92 that split the case wide open. As nanotechnology improves and enhances, we owe many thanks to Drexler for his frontiersmen work. You can read a complete bio of K. Eric Drexler here.
Sir Andre Geim
In 2010, Andre Geim was granted the Nobel Prize along with Konstantin Novesolov for their combined work on graphene, the ultra-fine, ultra-strong material that can transform the material sciences completely.
Sir Andre Konstantin Geim, FRS, HonFRSC, HonFInstP is a Soviet-born Dutch-British physicist currently employed in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester. He is also known as Father of graphene. Learn more about Andre Geim here.
Mildred Dresselhaus is known as the queen of carbon science, and is best recognized for her work that explored energy transfer in microscopic structures like nanotubes and nanostructures. Numerous cutting-edge experiments are named after her and indebted to her strides. You can read more about here.
These Scientists Could Be Our Generation's Einsteins Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 9/07/2015 Rating: