Famous Scientist 2

Have you ever contributed to science? These people did. Can you name them based on the clues?
The clues can be discoveries, inventions, famous work, theories, etc...
Some of them might be rather known as inventors.
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Last updated: July 20, 2013
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Computer science
Alan Turing
Black holes
Stephen Hawking
a2 + b2 = c2
Uncertainty principle
Werner Heisenberg
A revolver bears his name
Samuel Colt
First atomic theory
Ballpoint pen
László Bíró
Wernher von Braun
Father of modern economics
Adam Smith
Medical oath
Petrol-powered cars
Karl Friedrich Benz
A surface with only one side
August Möbius
Flew with geese
Konrad Lorenz
Peanut butter
George Washington Carver
Human sexuality
Alfred Kinsey
Big bang theory
Georges Lemaître
Carl Linnaeus
The canon of medicine
DNA double helix
James Watson
Francis Crick
Level 31
May 18, 2014
Harder than the first one. Challenging and well done!
Level 83
Feb 28, 2018
"Carver is often mistakenly credited with the invention of peanut butter. By the time Carver published "How to Grow the Peanut and 105 Ways of Preparing it For Human Consumption" in 1916, many methods of preparation of peanut butter had been developed or patented by various pharmacists, doctors and food scientists working in the US and Canada. The Aztec were known to have made peanut butter from ground peanuts as early as the 15th century. Canadian pharmacist Marcellus Gilmore Edson was awarded U.S. Patent 306,727 (for its manufacture) in 1884, 12 years before Carver began his work at Tuskegee." (Wikipedia)