The celebrated robert hooke at first threw doubt upon this notion of Descartes, but he afterwards substantially espoused it.
Spots on Jupiter seem to have been first recorded by robert hooke in 1664.
The most distinguished of his opponents were robert hooke and Huyghens.
This led to an acrimonious 417 controversy with robert hooke.
In this treatise he describes experiments with the improved air-pump constructed at his suggestion by his assistant, robert hooke.
It deserves to be recorded that robert hooke drew a very similar inference from his observations of the comets of 1680 and 1682.
robert hooke, an English mathematician and philosopher, died.
It was, however, much occupied with a discussion between Newton and robert hooke concerning the planetary motions.
The cellular basis of life was discovered and described by robert hooke.
These meshes 15 were first called "cells" by robert hooke, in 1667, because of their resemblance to the chambers of a honeycomb.
English physicist, inventor, and mathematician who contributed to many aspects of science. With Robert Boyle he demonstrated that both combustion and respiration require air and that sound does not travel in a vacuum. Hooke studied plants and other objects under microscopes and was the first to use the word cell to describe the patterns he observed. He also identified fossils as a record of changes among organisms on the planet throughout history.