Albert Szent-Györgyi ( September 16, 1893 – October 22, 1986) was a Hungarian physiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albert Szent-Györgyi"
Anyos Jedlik (Hungarian Jedlik István Ányos, Slovak Štefan Anián Jedlík) ( January 11, 1800, Szimő (now Zemné in Slovakia) - December 13, 1895, Gyõr, Hungary) was a Hungarian inventor, engineer, physicist, and Roman Catholic Priest of Slovak origin. He is considered to be the Unsung Father of the Dynamo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anyos Jedlík"
Árpád Pusztai is one of the world's most widely respected protein scientists. He recently claimed that genetically modified potatoes might be dangerous, but when he published his study in The Lancet, his claims were not supported by the evidence. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Árpád Pusztai"
Hans Selye (Selye János, 1907 - 1982), was a Canadian endocrinologist of Austrian- Hungarian origin. His mother was Austrian; his father was Hungarian. He did much important theoretical work on the non-specific response of the organism to stress. While he did not recognize all of the many aspects of glucocorticoids, Selye was aware of their role in this response. Some commentators considered him the first to demonstrate the existence of a separate stress disease, the stress syndrome, or General adaptation syndrome. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hans Selye"
Ignaz Goldziher ( June 22, 1850 - 1921), was a Jewish Hungarian orientalist and is widely considered among the founders of modern Islamic studies in Europe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ignaz Goldziher"
Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis (originally Semmelweis Ignác Fülöp) ( July 1, 1818 - August 13, 1865) was the Hungarian- Austrian physician who demonstrated that puerperal fever (also known as "childbed fever") was contagious and that its incidence could be drastically reduced by enforcing appropriate hand washing behavior by medical care-givers. He made this discovery in 1847 while head of the Maternity Department of the Vienna Lying-in Hospital. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ignaz Semmelweis"
Johann August Georg Edmund Mojsisovics von Mojsvar (1839-1907), Austro-Hungarian geologist and palaeontologist, son of the surgeon Georg Mojsisovics von Mojsvar (1799-1860), was born at Vienna on the 18th of October 1839. He studied law in Vienna University, taking his doctor's degree in 1864, and in 1867 he entered the Geological Institute, becoming chief geologist in 1870 and vice-director in 1892. He retired in 1900, and died at Mallnitz on the 2nd of October 1907. ...more on Wikipedia about "Johann August Georg Edmund Mojsisovics von Mojsvar"
Dr. Joseph A. Schwarcz, known to his students, and many via his science popularization efforts as Dr. Joe, is a doctor of chemistry and professor at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joseph A. Schwarcz"
József Szabó von Szentmiklós ( March 14, 1822 – April 12, 1894), Hungarian geologist, was born at Kalocsa. ...more on Wikipedia about "József Szabó von Szentmiklós"
Count László "Ladislaus" Ede Almásy de Zsadány et Törökszentmiklós ( 1895– 1951) was a Hungarian desert researcher, aviator and soldier. ...more on Wikipedia about "László Almásy"
László Mérő (1949-) is a Hungarian mathematician, research psychologist and game-theorist. He received his degree in mathematics. Today he is a lecturer at the Experimental Psychology Department of ELTE University; he received his Ph.D. in Psychology in 2000. He is also a founder and leader of a software company producing computer games. One of his projects is a computer game he is developing with Ernő Rubik, the inventor of the Rubik's Cube. Besides, he is the leader of the Hungarian team at the World Puzzle Championship. ...more on Wikipedia about "László Mérő"
Margaret S(choenberger) Mahler, or Margit Mahler ( 1897 - 1985) was a Hungarian psychoanalytic child psychologist who contributed many theories to developmental psychology. ...more on Wikipedia about "Margaret Mahler"
Michael Balint (3.12. 1896-31.12. 1970) was a psychoanalyst and proponent of the Object Relations school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michael Balint"
(Moritz Löw) Astronomer; born at Makó, Hungary, in 1841; died in Steglitz, Berlin, May 25, 1900; studied at the universities of Leipsic and Vienna, and received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Budapest (1867). After graduating he became an assistant at the Leipsic observatory, and in 1883 was appointed section chief in the Prussian geodetic institute at Berlin, with the title of professor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Moritz Löw"
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Péter Molnár is a Hungarian academic and intellectual, working on questions related to communication law and freedom of speech. ...more on Wikipedia about "Péter Molnár"
(Samuel Lasz) Hungarian scientist; born 18 December 1859, at Szergeny; studied at Pápa, Sopron, and Budapest. In 1882 he received an appointment at the state meteorologic institute, where he made researches into climatology, zoology, and geology. He is now (1904) professor at one of the gymnasiums of Budapest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Samuel Lasz"
Sándor Ferenczi ( 1873- 1933) was a Hungarian psychoanalyst who came to believe that his patients' accounts of sexual abuse as children were truthful, having verified those accounts through other patients in the same family. This, among other reasons, resulted in a break with Sigmund Freud and his denunciation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sándor Ferenczi"
Professor Stevan Harnad (Hernád István, Hesslein István) - born June 2, 1945 in Budapest - is a Hungarian-born cognitive scientist. He did his undergraduate work at McGill University and his graduate work at Princeton University (PhD 1991). He is currently Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Science at Université du Québec à Montréal and Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of Southampton. He is also an External Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stevan Harnad"
Tivadar Puskás ( 17 September, 1844 - 16 March, 1893) was a Hungarian inventor, telephone pioneer, inventor of the telephone exchange. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tivadar Puskás"
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