A Scottish by birth and American by choice, this is the story of Alexander Graham Bell and the serendipities that led to his telephone.
James Watt was the pioneer of the Industrial Revolution. From his improvements on Newcomen engine to coining "horsepower', this is the life history of the great Scottish engineer.
The most successful inventor in human history, Edison is a symbol of ingenuity and persistence. This is the life story of the Wizard of Menlo Park.
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor who was way ahead of his time. From his row with Edison to conflict with Marconi, here is the professional journey of this generally underappreciated genius.
Marie Curie was a Polish and naturlized-French physicist and chemist. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first female professor at the university of Paris, and the first laureate to win prizes in two different sciences. From her educational struggles in Poland to winning Nobel Prizes, this is a tale of a woman fighting against gender discrimination and much more.
His father wanted him to be a priest but fate made him a heathen. Read the life story of Charles Darwin— famous British naturalist and the father of evolutionary science.
Coming from humble origins and starting as a bookbinder's apprentice, Micheal Faraday proved that one can achieve great things in life with passion and perseverance. An uplifting tale of trails and triumphs.
Arguably the most influential scientist of all times, Isaac Newton started his life as a lonely orphan. From intellectual combats with Hook to conflict with Leibniz, this story takes a peek into the professional life of the father of Classical Physics.
A patent office clerk in Bern, Albert Einstein overturned the world of Classical Physics with five ground-breaking papers. From his relativity theories to intellectual battle with Neils Bohr, here you go with this German of genius.