The 10 Most Influential Scientists of 2012

Best College Reviews released an infographic highlighting the 10 most important scientists of 2012 and their breakthroughs. Below are some featured examples. Which one do you find the most interesting among the group?
  • John Hafernik: Biology, San Francisco State University – Revealed a parasitic fly responsible for the worldwide honey bee disappearance. Bees are responsible for pollenating about a third of the U.S. food supply.
  • Nate Silver: Statistics, New York Times – Predicted 2012 election results accurately adding to his impressive resume of statistical prediction.
  • James Cameron: Filmmaking, National Geographic – First person to visit Earth’s deepest area in a solo craft.
  • Rolf-Dieter Heuer: Physics, CERN – Urged his colleagues to go public with their discovery of the so-called “God” particle, the Higgs boson, which was one of the most exciting announcements of 2012.

The Most Influential Scientists of 2012
Source: Best College Reviews

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