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Scientists advance society and our understanding of the world. This category contains a list of biographies of scientists throughout the ages. This list may be incomplete since it mainly serves to support the citations inside HandWiki encyclopedic articles and books. It was generated automatically by analyzing the existing articles. If you think some names are missing, you are welcome to add additional names,

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  1. Accelerator physicists
  2. Aerospace engineers
  3. Algebraic geometers
  4. Algebraists
  5. American Nobel laureates
  6. Analytic philosophers
  7. Ancient Greek mathematicians
  8. Ancient Greek metaphilosophers
  9. Ancient Greek metaphysicians
  10. Ancient Greek philosophers
  11. Ancient Greek physicists
  12. Ancient mathematicians
  13. Antarctic scientists
  14. Artificial intelligence researchers
  15. Astrobiologists
  16. Astrochemists
  17. Astronauts
  18. Astronomers
  19. Battery inventors
  20. Biochemists
  21. Bioinformaticians
  22. Biostatisticians
  23. Cellular automatists
  24. Chaos theorists
  25. Cognitive neuroscientists
  26. Cognitive scientists
  27. Combinatorial game theorists
  28. Combinatorialists
  29. Complex analysts
  30. Computer designers
  31. Computer scientists
  32. Consciousness researchers and theorists
  33. Conspiracy theorists
  34. Cosmic ray physicists
  35. Cosmologists
  36. Data scientists
  37. Differential geometers
  38. Discoverers of asteroids
  39. Discoverers of comets
  40. Earth scientists
  41. Econometricians
  42. Epistemologists
  43. Esotericists
  44. Ethologists
  45. Evolutionary biologists
  46. Evolutionary psychologists
  47. Experimental physicists
  48. Fluid dynamicists
  49. Founders of philosophical traditions
  50. Functional analysts
  51. Game theorists
  52. Geometers
  53. Group theorists
  54. Human evolution theorists
  55. Idealists
  56. Lattice theorists
  57. Logicians
  58. Lorentz Medal winners
  59. Machine learning researchers
  60. Magneticians
  61. Manhattan Project people
  62. Mathematical analysts
  63. Mathematical economists
  64. Mathematical logicians
  65. Mathematical physicists
  66. Mathematics popularizers
  67. Measure theorists
  68. Metaphilosophers
  69. Metaphysicians
  70. Meteorite researchers
  71. Microeconometricians
  72. Modal logicians
  73. Monte Carlo methodologists
  74. Moral philosophers
  75. Mystics
  76. Nanophysicists
  77. Neuropsychologists
  78. Nobel laureates in Chemistry
  79. Nobel laureates in Physics
  80. Nobel laureates in Physiology or Medicine
  81. Nuclear chemists
  82. Number theorists
  83. Ontologists
  84. Optical physicists
  85. Particle physicists
  86. Philosophers of language
  87. Philosophers of mind
  88. Phycologists
  89. Planetary scientists
  90. Plasma physicists
  91. Presocratic philosophers
  92. Probability theorists
  93. Programming language researchers
  94. Proof theorists
  95. Pteridologists
  96. Quantum physicists
  97. Radio astronomers
  98. Radio pioneers
  99. Rationality theorists
  100. Recreational mathematicians
  101. Religious skeptics
  102. Researchers in geometric algorithms
  103. Researchers of artificial life
  104. Rheologists
  105. Rocket scientists
  106. Science communicators
  107. Set theorists
  108. Software engineering researchers
  109. Soviet cosmonauts
  110. Space advocates
  111. Spectroscopists
  112. String theorists
  113. Television pioneers
  114. Theoretical chemists
  115. Theoretical computer scientists
  116. Theoretical physicists
  117. Thermodynamicists
  118. Topologists
  119. X-ray pioneers