Oduenyi 100

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Overview
In 2017, Valentine Oduenyi (Ѻ), a Swiss scholar, educated in atomic and molecular physics, mathematics, and science history, published an online listing of “100 greatest scientists”, from antiquity to the year 2000, based on a four-part ranking criterion, namely: overall ability, versatility, productivity and developmental influences, which took him 15-years to conclude, based on research conducted in dozens of libraries, in 20 countries. (Ѻ)

List
The following Odueny’s listing his ranking of the “100 greatest scientists” of all time:

1. Isaac Newton
2. Leonhard Euler
3. Gottfried Leibniz
4. Carl Gauss
5. Michael Faraday
6. Euclid
7. Galileo
8. Nikola Tesla
9. Marie Curie
10. Albert Einstein
11. Alhazen
12. Louis Pasteur
13. Johannes Kepler
14. Liu Hui
15. Max Planck
16. Augustin Cauchy
17. James Maxwell
18. Avicenna
19. Amedeo Avogadro
20. Dmitri Mendeleyev
21. Robert Koch
22. Ernest Rutherford
23. Nicolaus Copernicus
24. Georg Riemann
25. Zhang Heng
26. Blaise Pascal
27. Al-Khwarizmi
28. Henri Poincare
29. Abu Al-Biruni
30. Isambard Brunel
31. Galen
32. Joseph Lagrange
33. Qin Jiushauo
34. Paul Ehrlich
35. Archimedes
36. Nasir Al-din Al-Tusi
37. Robert Boyle
38. Pierre Laplace
39. Zhu Shijie
40. Wernher Braun
41. Henri Becquerel
42. David Hilbert
43. Niels Bohr
44. Srinivasa Ramanujan
45. Gregor Mendel
46. Emmy Noether
47. Antoine Lavoisier
48. Brahmagupta
49. Edward Jenner
50. Pierre Fermat





51. Zu Chongzhi
52. James Watt
53. Rene Descartes
54. John Neumann
55. Omar Khayyam
56. Hermann Helmholtz
57. Robert Hooke
58. George Carver
59. Pythagoras
60. Joseph Gay-Lussac
61. Aryabhata
62. Alessandro Volta
63. Christiaan Huygens
64. Carl Linnaeus
65. Walther Nernst
66. Hippocrates
67. Charles Coulomb
68. Gerolamo Cardano
69. Andrey Kolmogorov
70. Hans Orsted
71. Andreas Vesalius
72. Daniel Bernoulli
73. Heinrich Hertz
74. Jean d’Alembert
75. Shen Kuo
76. Bhaskaracharya
77. John Dalton
78. Andre Ampere
79. Enrico Fermi
80. Claude Bernard
81. Johann Lambert
82. James Joule
83. Seki Takakazu
84. Hendrik Lorentz
85. Otto Hahn
86. Luigi Galvani
87. Joseph Fourier
88. Abu-Kamil ibn-Aslam Shujaj
89. Georg Ohm
90. William Thomson
91. John Bardeen
92. Li Shizhen
93. James Sylvester
94. Wilhelm Roentgen
95. Sergei Korolev
96. Antoine Leeuwenhoek
97. Jesse Wilkins
98. Humphry Davy
99. Lise Meitner
100. Alexander Fleming

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References
1. 100 Greatest Scientists – SapaViva.com.

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