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

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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.
Also making their first appearances are Italian physicist Fabiola Gianotti (one of the scientists at the CERN Large Hadron Collider and co-discoverer of the Higgs boson particle) and the world's youngest self-made female billionaire, Sara Blakely (the owner of undergarment company Spanx).
Novichonok and co-discoverer Vitali Nevski followed up the next night with a bigger telescope at the Maidanak Observatory in Uzbekistan.
Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, co-discoverer of the AIDS virus and new president of the International AIDS Society, told the meeting's closing session.
According to Dr Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, the co-discoverer of HIV, Director of the Regulation of Retroviral Infections Unit at the Institut Pasteur in Paris and the IAS President-Elect, "The strategy is the result of a collaborative effort which has produced a roadmap that will constructively move HIV Cure research forward.
Wallace is often credited as the co-discoverer of this great achievement in science.
While Alfred Russel Wallace is recognized as co-discoverer of the theory of natural selection (and was perhaps deliberately sidelined by Darwin) he was also an edgy social commentator and a voracious collector of "natural productions"--while in Asia he caught, skinned, and pickled 125,660 specimens including 212 new species of birds, 200 new species of ants, and 900 new species of beetles.
It was discovered on photographic plates in 1939 from Harvard Observatory where Rebecca Jones, its co-discoverer, also discovered another planetary that bears her name, Jones 1 in Pegasus.
Martin was the co-discoverer of the gold deposit in Kirkland Lake that led to the establishment of Lake Shore Mine, one of the highest producing gold mines in Canadian antiquity, generating 8.
Watson, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, noted the literary influences on his memoir The Double Helix: "Watson said he had modeled the book's tone on fiction--primarily Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, Kingsley Amis's Lucky Jim (which inspired Watson's original title for The Double Helix--"Honest Jim"), and F.
If you were an aquatic biologist and you had seen this thing, because of the size and the setae on the antennae, you would have recognized it as something really, really different and you would have saved it," said University of Illinois aquatic biologist Chris Taylor, the curator of crustaceans at the Illinois Natural History Survey and a co-discoverer of the new species with Eastern Kentucky University biological sciences professor Guenter Schuster.
People have been getting closer and closer over the last couple of years, they have been finding planets that are on the hot edge of the habitable zone and on the cold edge of the habitable zone, but finally we have one right in the middle," said co-discoverer R.
This really is the first Goldilocks planet," said co-discoverer R.
That sheer prejudice rather than science motivates pronouncements about "different races" was demonstrated recently by the co-discoverer of DNA, Nobel Prize winner James Watson.