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Who was the most important scientist of the twentieth century?

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Who was the most important scientist of the twentieth century?

2 Responses to Who was the most important scientist of the twentieth century?

  1. Jerry Parker says:

    There are so many but I must select Flemming because of the discovery of penicillin.

  2. Bob Jensen says:

    Nobel Prize winners Watson and Crick describing the structure of DNA, ushering in a new era in biological science.

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