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  • Hermann Friedrich von Maltzan (1843 - 1891)
    Hermann von Maltzan Hermann Friedrich von Maltzan was a German malacologist known for his work in the field of conchology . A former law student at the University of Rostock , in 1864-65 he underto...
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    Stephen Schwartz, MD, PhD (1942 - 2020)
    Stephen Schwartz (January 1, 1942 – March 17, 2020) was an American pathologist at the University of Washington. He researched vascular biology, investigating the structure of blood vessels and smoot...
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    Jessica Meir
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  • Charles De Geer af Leufsta (1720 - 1778)
    Baron Charles de Geer (the family is usually known as De Geer with a capitalized "De"; or in his case, De Geer af Leusta , born in Finspång in Risinge 30 January 1720 – Stockholm 7 March 1778) was a Sw...
  • Petrus Ekerman (1697 - 1783)
    Petrus "Per" Ekerman was a Swedish professor in the University of Uppsala. His parents were Maria Löfgren and Paul Enerman, the vicar of West Eneby. In 1727, Ekerman was appointed as a Docent in Ph...

A group collecting the most famous and least known biologists.

SEE ALSO THE PROJECT-PAGE : BIOLOGISTES

A biologist, or biological scientist, is a scientist who studies living organisms, often in the context of their environment. Biologists involved in fundamental research attempt to explore and further explain the underlying mechanisms that govern the functioning of organisms. Biologists involved in applied research attempt to develop or improve more specific processes and understanding, in fields such as medicine, industry and agriculture.

While "biologist" can apply to any scientist studying biology, most biologists research and specialise in specific fields. In this way, biologists investigate large-scale organism interactions (ecology), whole multicellular organisms, organs, tissues, cells, and small-scale cellular and molecular processes. Other biologists study less direct aspects of life, such as phylogeny and evolution.

As with other scientists, biologists conduct research based on the scientific method, with hypothesis formation, experimentation and documentation of methods and data.

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