co-discoverer


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someone who is the first of two or more people to discover something

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Temperatures can be as hot as 160 degrees or as frigid as minus 25 degrees below zero, but in between, in the land of constant sunrise, it would be "shirt-sleeve weather," according to co-discoverer Steven Vogt of the University of California at Santa Cruz.
Temperatures can be as hot as 160 degrees or as frigid as 25 degrees below zero, but in between - in the land of constant sunrise - it would be "shirt-sleeve weather," said co-discoverer Steven Vogt of the University of California at Santa Cruz.
With the help of this guide it did not take me long to identify the memorials of John Couch Adams (1819-1892), the co-discoverer of Neptune and past director of the Cambridge Observatory; Robert Stawell Ball (1840-1913), populariser of astronomy who also had a distinguished career at Cambridge; and Arthur Stanley Eddington (1882-1944), the most influential astrophysicist of his day.
The Story of Matthew Henson, Co-discoverer of the North Pole" (Peach Tree).
Michael Houghton, co-discoverer of the hepatitis C virus - Prof.
The Story of Matthew Henson, Co-Discoverer of the North Pole is a picturebook biography of intrepid African-American explorer Matthew Henson, who is often overlooked even though he discovered the North Pole along with the more famous Admiral Robert Peary.
Ambros left Dartmouth to come to UMass in January, recruited by RNA interference co-discoverer and Nobel laureate Craig C.
TV psychologist Dr Raj Persaud and Dr James Watson, co-discoverer of DNA, are among other speakers in the season of talks.
James Watson, Nobel Prize winner and co-discoverer of DNA, in the January Esquire
In the 23 years since the HIV virus was discovered, AIDS has become recognized as a ''disease of the poor,'' one that is ''incurable'' but ''100 percent preventable,'' in the words of its co-discoverer, Professor Luc Montagnier, president of the World Foundation for AIDS Research and Prevention.
A discoverer or co-discoverer of 21 comets, Levy helps astronomy buffs in any hemisphere and locale find 100 deep sky objects, such as double and triple stars, nebulae, galaxies and quasars.
THE co-discoverer of DNA, the template for all life, and one of the 20th century's most important biologists, died July 28, aged 88.
Co-discoverer, Dr Geof-frey Marcy, of the University of California, said: 'We can't quite see the Earth-like planets yet, but we're seeing their big brothers.
Written by the co-discoverer of DNA, the book is not only thorough, but also intriguing, and the opportunity to find out exactly how DNA was discovered struck me as an opportunity too good to miss.
Dr Luc Montagnier, the French co-discoverer of the Aids virus, said poor hygiene at the Benghazi hospital likely led to the contamination.