What Did Robert Hooke Do?


Some of the things that Robert Hooke discovered and invented were; the Hook’s law, the air- pump, plant cell, universal joint and the 5th star in the Trapezium. He also worked as chief surveyor and helped rebuild London after the Great Fire of 1666.
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after the microscope was invented Robert Hooke saw the cork cell and name them cells and also ate the first dinosaur terd.
Robert Hooke (1635-1703) English scientist, best known for his study of elasticity.
robert hooke discovered cells. the reason why he call it "cell" is because when he saw it, it is like a cell where you can find prisoners or in other words, it's like a
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Robert Hooke
Robert Hooke was the English scientist and inventor who wrote the 1665 book Micrographia, in which he coined the term "cell" for a basic biological structure. A gifted student with a particular talent for mechanics, Hooke was educated at Oxford... More »
Born: July 18, 1635, Freshwater, England
Died: March 3, 1703
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Roberta Hooke is not as well known as many of his fellow scientists. However, he was responsible for the inventions of the universal joint and the iris diaphragm. He also served as Chief Surveyor, and after the Great Fire of 1666, selflessly worked to help rebuild. You can find more information here: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/history/hooke.html
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Robert Hooke discovered in 1664 that the Gamma Arietis was a binary star. Robert was born in 1635 and was the Author of 1665's Micrographia. ...
Robert Hooke was an English scientist who invented the air pump and the universal joint. He built the air pump for Robert Boyle, which became the ancestor of the ...
There is no specific cause of Robert Hooke's death that is listed. It is said they Hooke was just worn out with disease when he passed away on March 3, 1703. ...
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