(part Renaissance advances in astronomy- Galileo Galilei was a mathematician who made regular observations of the skies using a telescope. Galileo's discoveries helped make Europeans aware of the view of the universe.
Sir Isaac Newton December 1642 – 20 March was an English physicist and mathematician, widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure in the scientific revolution.
Antoine Lavoisier [Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier] French chemist was born on August 1743 – died on May Lavoisier considered as Father of modern chemistry and was a French nobleman prominent in the histories of chemistry and biology.
NTK 4- Renaissance advances in chemistry- Robert Boyle, one of the first scientist to conducted controlled experiments in chemistry, created Boyle's law: The volume of a gas varies with the pressure exerted on it. Another great scientist of this time was Antoine Lavoisier, (picture is shown above) who invented a system for naming chemical elements; this system is still used today, and he is even referred to by some as "the founder of modern chemistry."
Thesis 3: With the Protestant Reformation creating the Renaissance, new biological and anatomy discovers were made by Andreas Vesalius and William Harvey. They discovered about how the human body actually worked, that the human heart is the one that pumps all the blood, and with these basis facts down, both of them started a revolution in medicine for later years and even now. (JAC)