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1933 – Born on the 30th of July.          – She was a key witness for the plaintiffs in McLean v. Arkansas and a supporter of NCSE. 2003 – Died on the 28th of May. 2.6 / 5 ( ..

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1944 – Born on the 20th of March in Landsberg am, Bavaria. 1966 – He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in the US.        – He spent a year at the University of Wisconsin, and earned a Masters Degree in Biophysics. 1987 – He received the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize. 1991 – He ..

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1903 – Born on the 26th of February in Imperia, Italy. 1924 – He graduated in Chemical Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano. 1927 – He passed the exams to become a professor. 1933 – He became a full professor and the director of the Institute of General Chemistry of Pavia University. 1935 – He ..

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1904 – Born on the 22nd of November in Lyon, France. 1947 – He pointed out that materials could also exist showing ferrimagnetism. 1970 – He won the Novel Prize in Physics for his pioneering studies of the magnetic properties of Solids.          – He development and improved Computer Memory. 2000 – He died ..

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1902 – Born in Uppsala on the 31st of January. 1930 – She first came to public notice in the coauthoring a book entitled Crisis in the Population Question and was one of the main driving forces in the creation of the Swedish welfare state. 1940 – Member of the Social Democrat party of Sweden. ..

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150 BCE – Nagasena was a Buddhist sage who lived about the 1st century before Christ.   He was the founder of Mahayana Buddhism.    Learned the Tripitaka under the Greek Buddhist monk Dhammarakkhita near Pataliputta.   43 BCE – According to legends this was the time when Nagasena created the "Emerald Buddah".    His ..

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British (Irish-born) novelist and philosopher   wrote novels "A Fairly Honorable Defeat" 1970, "Bruno's Dream" 1973, "The Black Prince" 1973, "The Sacred and Profane Love Machine" 1974, "The Sea, the Sea" 1978 (Booker Prize 1978), "The Message to the Planet" 1989 2.9 / 5 ( ..

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1620 – Born in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Scottish botanist whose work, along with that of his contemporary John Ray, served to elucidate and develop the systematic classification of plants. 1650-1660 – Morison was the director of the Royal Gardens at Blois, France. 1669 – He was appointed the first regius professor of botany at the ..

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