Who discovered what?

 

Who discovered what?

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1.

This Scottish engineer developed the steam engine in the 1760s.

James Watt
William Ramsay
David Brewster
Robert Brown
Daniel Rutherford
I don't know
2.

This US biologist whose research on the molecular structure of DNA and the genetic code earned him a shared Nobel prize in 1962.

Edwin Krebs
John Hughes
Edwin Hubble
James Dewey Watson
Donald Johanson
I don't know
3.

This French chemist and microbiologist discovered that fermentation is caused by microorganisms and developed the germ theory of disease.

Louis Pasteur
Pascal Blaise
Jacques Charles
Léon Foucault
Abraham De Moivre
I don't know
4.

This psychiatrist studied myth, religion, dream symbolism, saw the unconscious as a source of insight, and distinguished between introversion and extroversion.

Karen Horney
Carl Gustav Jung
Sigmund Freud
Clara Thompson
Harry Stack Sullivan
I don't know
5.

He was a Greek physician often called the founder of medicine.

Pythagoras
Thales of Miletus
Hippocrates
Anaxagoras
Archimedes
I don't know
6.

This ________ physician pioneered the study of the unconscious mind.

Austrian
Italian
Swiss
German
French
I don't know
7.

This _______ astronomer, physicist, and mathematician introduced the Celsius scale of temperature.

English
German
Swedish
French
Italian
I don't know
8.

This physiologist from _________ studied conditioned reflexes in animals.

Russia
Germany
France
United States of America
Scotland
I don't know
9.

This ______electrical engineer pioneered the invention and development of radio.

Japanese
English
Greek
Dutch
Italian
I don't know
10.

Albert Einstein's theories of relativity revolutionized our understanding of matter, space, and time. This German physicist lived between ...

1879-1955
1809-1885
1905-1970
1850-1926
1860-1945
I don't know

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