John von Neumann-- (Hungarian: Neumann János Lajos, December 28, 1903 – February 8, 1957) was a Hungarian-American pure and applied mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist, and polymath. He made major contributions to a number of fields,

Ő is Magyar! John von Neumann (Neumann János 1903 - was a Hungarian-American mathematician and polymath who made major contributions to a vast number of fields. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest mathematicians in modern history

Richter Gedeon (Ecséd, 1872 – Budapest, 1944), a modern hazai gyógyszeripar megteremtője.

Richter Gedeon (Ecséd, 1872 – Budapest, a modern hazai gyógyszeripar…

Teller Ede

Edward Teller (January 1908 – September was a Hungarian-American theoretical physicist, known colloquially as "the father of the hydrogen bomb," even though he did not care for the title.

Bánki Donát (1859– 1922) korának egyik legnagyobb gépészmérnöke, feltalálója, egyetemi tanár.

Bánki Donát (1859– 1922) korának egyik legnagyobb gépészmérnöke, feltalálója, egyetemi tanár.

Teller Ede (Budapest, 1908. – Stanford, Kalifornia, 2003.) magyar–amerikai atomfizikus, aki élete jelentős részét az Amerikai Egyesült Államokban élte le, és sikereit is főként ott érte el. Legismertebb a hidrogénbomba-kutatásokban való aktív részvétele, emiatt mint „a hidrogénbomba atyja” vált közismertté.

Edward Teller, American theoretical physicist was born today in He's known as the 'father of the hydrogen bomb.' He passed in

Tivadar Puskás (1844–1893) Hungarian inventor, telephony pioneer. According to Edison, "Tivadar Puskas was the first person to suggest the idea of a telephone exchange".The first experimental telephone exchange was based on the ideas of Puskás, and it was built by the Bell Telephone Company in Boston in 1877.

Tivadar Puskás de Ditró - was a Hungarian inventor, telephone pioneer, and inventor of the telephone exchange. He was also the founder of Telefon Hírmondó.

János Irinyi (1817-1895) was a Hungarian chemist and inventor of the noiseless and non-explosive match.

János Irinyi was a Hungarian chemist and inventor of the noiseless and non-explosive match.

Banki Donat Banki-csonka Karburator

Banki Donat Banki-csonka Karburator

Albert Szent-Györgyi, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937

Albert Szent-Gyorgyi working at his lab bench, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 30 August Hungarian Nobel prize winner in biology for discovering vitamin C

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