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Oscillations

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Waves and Oscillations

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Subject of the Week

Physics

Physics is the science of the very small and the very large. Learn about Isaac Newton, who gave us the laws of motion and optics, and Albert Einstein, who explained the relativity of all things, as well as catch up on all the latest news about Physics, on ScienceLibrary.info.

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Great Scientists

Johannes Friedrich Miescher

1844 - 1895

Friedrich Miescher was a Swiss biologist who pioneered work on isolating DNA from white blood cells. His discoveries, and the ingenious techniques he developed, led to the eventual identification of DNA as being the carriers of inheritance.

Friedrich Miescher
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Hawking

[ Universe : Cosmology]

Stephen Hawking, b. 1942, English physicist, is possibly the most-recognisable living scientist. His work in cosmology is considered the most advanced in explaining phenomena such as black holes, and unites general relativity with quantum mechanics.

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