co-discoverer


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

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Despite decades of study, there are a few holdouts who deny black holes exist, and this work shows that they do, said Boston University astronomer professor Alan Marscher, a co-discoverer.
Nowell, who died December 2016 at 88, was the co-discoverer of the first genetic defect proven to cause cancer.
Co-discoverer Nicola Astudillo-Defru said: "It's much more comfortable for life.
Synopsis: In the early 1970s, Nobel Prize-winning DNA co-discoverer Sir Francis Crick and his colleague Leslie Orgel proposed that in the distant past, an extraterrestrial race sent a spacecraft loaded with microorganisms to seed the Earth with life.
Nobel Prize winner and co-discoverer of HIV, Francoise Barre-Sinoussi says, 'One of the mechanisms why [latently infected cells] persist is the fact they are proliferating very similar to tumor cells.
Golfand (1922-94) was a co-discoverer of supersymmetry, a revolutionary concept in theoretical physics during the 20th century.
They include memorials to computing pioneer Ada, Countess of Lovelace, aviator Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia, singer Gracie Fields and the co-discoverer of DNA, Rosalind Franklin.
Currently, Dr Nussbaum is a member of the Institute of Medicine and a fellow at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, co-discoverer of the first inherited form of Parkinson's disease as well as identifies the genetic contributions to the disease as well as carrying out basic research into its pathogenesis.
Peter Piot, the co-discoverer of the Ebola virus, agreed in an interview Friday that WHO acted far too slowly, largely because of its Africa office.
In the breakthrough book called "The Miracle of MSM: The Natural Solution for Pain," Stanley Jacob, M.D., the co-discoverer and 'Father of MSM', and Ronald Lawrence, M.D.
Dr Angelina Whalley, curator and designer of the Body Worlds exhibitions, said: "I am struck by the synergy, symmetry and poetry of having the trailblazing science of plastination that unveils the keenly intelligent human body, presented at Life, the pioneering science village which has the co-discoverer of DNA, Nobel Laureate Dr James Watson, as its patron.
And, if they don't, that means the plants are actually tricking the bees into doing their bidding, which would be a really neat thing for a plant to do." Listed as a co-discoverer is David Symon, who mentored Martine while he was pursuing his doctorate in the early 2000s.
Co-discoverer Kevin May, operations manager, says the goal was to explore as many beaches as possible for evidence of dinosaurs.