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He also worked on the statistical mechanics of white dwarf stars (1926) with P. His first planes were built in collaboration with mechanics from his auto shop, working in a disused church building that Martin rented.In 1909, Martin made his first successful flight; by 1911 he numbered among the most famous of the “pioneer birdmen.” He incorporated the Glenn L.Swarts, established the first municipal bacteriological laboratory in the U. He determined from field studies and statistics that infectious diseases were spread in the region's temperate climate by simple personal contact.In 1910, he established Providence City Hospital where infectious disease carriers could be isolated under aseptic nursing conditions.Muir provided machinery for the Woolwich Arsenal to make interchangeable rifle sights.He continued inventing machines and machine tools.« .Martin Aircraft Company in 1912 as a manufacturer, and remained for forty years the senior aircraft manufacturer in the U. The vast majority of the more than 11,000 planes built by the company before it ceased producing aircraft in 1960, Martin Bombers pioneered the doctrine of airpower in the 1920's to 1930's and served in all theaters in World War II.Alfred Reginald Radcliffe-Brown was an English social anthropologist of the 20th century, who developed a systematic framework of concepts and generalizations relating to the social structures of relatively simple societies.
His first trip to Australia was in 1910; he joined Grant-Watson and D. He believed scientific methods should be applied to the study of a society and its common values, this is also known as “collective consciousness.” He also contributed to the study of kinship.
(Basel, 1623), the first attempt to summarize a confusing array of names.
It was a monumental compilation that pulled together uncoordinated plant names and descriptions of 6000 species that had appeared in Theophrastus and Dioscorides, as well as in later herbals and other plant records.
By 1840, Muir joined Joseph Whitworth’s company, where he helped in the design of a standard “Whitworth pitch.” Within a couple of years, he had established his own workshop, and his business thrived and grew.
He produced railway ticket printing and dating machines for Thomas Edmonson.
Swiss physician, anatomist and botanist who introduced a scientific binomial system of classification to both anatomy and botany.