Albert Einstein (1879-1955), physicist
theres albert Einstein for the Theory of relativity :)
Matthias Jakob Schleiden was a a professor at the University of Jena. His studies as a botanist were of a microscopic art, he was a co-grounder of the cell theory. H…e was born on the fifth of April 1804 and deid on the 23rd of June 1881.
You need to contact the German consulate nearest you (or the German Embassy in Washington) for detailed instructions on how to document German heritage and apply for German ci…tizenship. The rules have changed recently and are continually being updated.
Albert Einstein Wernher von Braun, rocket scientist and architect of the US space program
In German, father translates to Vater. The formal form is Vater or Papa. The familiar form is Vati or Papi.
Scroll down to related links and look at "Werner Heisenberg, Otto Hahn, and Max Planck".
Radiology is a part of medicine that uses radiation and or xray to treat and diagnose diseases.
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen in 1895
For work. After the tides of war shifted to the Allies, even the scientists who were Nazi sympathizers understood that post-war employment opportunities would be better in t…he west.
Georg Wilhelm Steller
Albert Einstein Is probably the most well known German Scientist, known for his theory of relativity and the resultant formula relating mass and energy; E = mc2. He was the wi…nner of 1921 Nobel Prize in physics for his work on the photoelectric effect, which is also known as the Hertz effect.
To the best of my knowledge, veterinary radiology was adapted by numerous people from the developments in human radiology and there isn't a specific person identified as "…the father" of this discipline. There are likely several prominent Indian veterinarians who were involved in the discipline and made significant contributions.