Famous Scientists
Science in Pop Culture
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Chemistry
100

The scientist who discovered the relationship E=mc2

Who is Albert Einstein?

100

A popular comedy show on CBS featuring physicists, biologists, and chemists.

What is the Big Bang Theory?

100

Bees have this many eyes.

What are 5?

100

An organic compound with four rings that greatly improves muscle gain but has been banned from most sports.

What are steroids?

100

This ionic compound is often placed on roads during winter to lower the freezing point of water (and to make food taste better).

What is salt?

200

This Polish thinker proposed the heliocentric model of the universe in 1543

Nicolaus Copernicus

200

This quirky educational scientist known as "... The Science Guy" was the host of Disney's popular science TV show.

Who is Bill Nye?

200

This funny animal looks like mammals, but are marsupials that bounce on their hind two legs.

What is a kangaroo?

200

This natural substance is responsible for making one sore after an intense workout.

What is lactic acid?

200

A colorless, odorless unreactive gas that forms 78% of the Earth's atmostphere and is used as a coolant in the liquid form due to its low freezing point.

What is nitrogen?

300

A scientist known for his contributions to evolution.

Who is Charles Darwin?

300

Hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson, this popular science TV show takes viewers on trips around the universe.

What is the Cosmos?

300

Looking like they wear a tuxedo, these birds live in some of the coldest parts of the world.

What are penguins?

300

This sports themed beverage was developed by researchers to replenish carbohydrates for student athletes at the University of Florida.

What is Gatorade?

300

Most substances shrink in size as they freeze, however this amazing substance expands by 9% as it freezes.

What is water?

400

A British chemist who is best known for her discovery of the structure of DNA.

Who is Rosalind Franklin?

400

This chemical element became a favorite murder weapon in the Middle Ages because the symptoms of its poisoning are similar to those of cholera which was common at the time.

What is arsenic?

400

Best known for their long necks, these tall creatures roam the Serengeti.

What are Giraffes?

400

Daily Double!! - Potato Cell Battery

The lemon will produce the higher voltage

400

"Better things for better living...through chemistry" was once an advertising slogan for this company, which merged with Dow Chemical in 2017?

What is DuPont?

500

A scientist who paved the way for electricity. He also has a car named after him.

Who is Nikola Tesla?

500

This highly flammable gas was the main reason behind the Hindenburg disaster.

What is hydrogen?

500

Their name comes from nose and "ceros" meaning horn. They have also been nearly hunted to extinction for their horns.

What is a Rhinoceros?

500

Contrary to fats, which are better for long-term energy storage, this substance is responsible for short-term energy storage which can be quickly burnt off.

What is glucose (sugar)?

500

This 6-letter C-word is the name of the polysaccharide substance that makes up the hard outer armor of many insects, arachnids, and crustaceans?

What is chitin

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