John | Adams | Thomas Jefferson's friend. |

Andre-Marie | Ampere | A founder of the science of classical electromagnetism. |

Jean | B. J. Fourier | A French mathematician. |

Isaac | Barrow | The first lucasian professor. |

Johann | Bernoulli | A Swiss mathematician. |

Georg | Bohr | A Danish mathematician. |

Usain | Bolt | An olympic athlete. |

Tycho | Brahe | A Danish man. |

Giordano | Bruno | An Italian philosopher. |

Marin | C. D. Chambre | Fermat's colleague. |

James | Cameron | A Canadian film maker. |

Mary | Cartwright | The first female mathematician elected to the Royal Society. |

Bonaventura | Cavalieri | Galileo's student. |

Ernst | Chladni | A musical instrument maker. |

Zu | Chongzhi | The man who calculated the pi. |

William | Clark | An apothecary and chemist. |

John | Collins | The mathematical wannabe and impresario. |

Nicolaus | Copernicus | Published a theory that the earth moves around the sun. |

Allan | Cormack | The inventor of a theory about CT Scan. |

Leonardo | Da Vinci | An Italian polymath. |

Pierre | De Fermat | A mathematician. Rene Descartes's rival. |

Rene | Descartes | The French polymath who designated the XYZ for the unknowns. |

Peter | Deuflhard | A German-applied mathematician. |

Paul | Dirac | The physicist. |

Albert | Einstein | A theoretical physicist. |

Paul | Erdos | A Hungarian mathematician. |

Carl | F. Gauss | A man who used the pseudonym Antoine Le Blanc. |

Michael | Faraday | An English scientist. |

Richard | Feyman | The physicist that Wouk interviewed about making bombs. |

Brock | Fuller | Created first math description of 3D contortions of DNA. |

Galileo | Galilei | Father of observational astronomy. Archimedes's predecessor. |

Maria Celeste | Galilei | Galileo and Marina's daughter. |

Virginia | Galilei | Galileo and Marina's eldest daughter. |

Marina | Gamba | Galileo's wife. |

Sophie | Germain | A French mathematician. |

William | Gilbert | An English physician. Aka: Gilberd. |

John | Glenn | The first man to orbit the earth. |

Edmond | Halley | Isaac Newton's friend. |

Thomas | Harriot | The English astronomer. |

John | Harrison | The inventor of Marine Chronometer. |

Heinrich | Hertz | A man who proved Maxwell's theory of electromagnetic light. |

William | Heytesbury | A philosopher and logician at Merton College. |

David | Ho | A man who led the team of researchers to treat HIV. |

Thomas | Hobbes | A political philosopher and second-rate mathematician. |

Godfrey | Housnfield | A man who wins the Nobel Prize in physiology. |

Liu | Hui | The Chinese geometer. |

Christiaan | Huygens | The inventor of the first pendulum swing. |

Thomas | Jefferson | The 3rd U.S. President. |

Steve | Jobs | Pixar's co-founder. |

Katherine | Johnson | An African-American mathematician who worked at NASA. |

Brian | Josephson | A man who theorized the Josephson Junction. |

Garry | Kasparov | The human chess champion. |

Johannes | Kepler | The astronomer. |

Sofia | Kovalevskaya | A Russian mathematician. |

Joseph Louis | LaGrange | A mathematician. |

Pierre Simon | LaPlace | A French mathematician and astronomer. |

Gottfried W. | Leibniz | German philosopher. Forerunner for the title Father of Calculus. |

John | Littlewood | A British mathematician. |

James Clerk | Maxwell | A Scottish mathematical physicist. |

Nicholas | Mercator | A man who published a book about logarithms in 1668. |

Marin | Mersenne | A mathematician. Rene Descartes's rival. |

Giordano | Monk | The renegade monk who was burned alive. |

John | Napier | The Scottish mathematician. |

Hannah | Newton | Isaac Newton's mother. |

Isaac | Newton | Discovered calculus. One of the greatest scientists of all time. |

Isaac | Newton Sr. | Isaac Newton's father. |

Zeno | Of Elea | A brave philosopher during (C.490-430 BCE). |

Henry | Oldenburg | A promoter of science. |

Alan | Perelson | A mathematical immunologist. David Ho's colleague. |

Pablo | Picasso | A Spanish painter. |

Max | Planck | The father of quantum theory. |

Henri | Poincare | A French mathematician in the 1800s. |

Todd | Quinto | Cormack's colleague. |

Johann | Radon | An Austrian mathematician. |

Bertrand | Russell | A British philosopher. |

Bernie | Sanders | The Senator. |

Madhava | Sangamagrama | The founder of Kerala School of Mathematics. |

Erwin | Schrodinger | The Austrian physicist. |

Barnabas | Smith | Isaac Newton's step-father. |

Willebord | Snell | The Dutch scientist. |

Nilakantha | Somayaji | Astronomer of Kerala School of Mathematics. |

Percy | Spencer | The inventor of the microwave oven. |

Ms. | Stanton | Steven's eighth grade math teacher. |

Simon | Stevin | A man who improved the arithmetic. |

Henry | Stokes | The schoolmaster who taught Isaac Latin. |

Leah | Strogatz | Steven's daughter. |

Tunc | Tezel | The astrophotographer. |

Evangelista | Torricelli | Galileo's student. |

Andreas | Vesalius | Flemish doctor made findings about human anatomy. |

Francois | Viete | Mathematician who designated unknown quantities with vowels. |

Vicenzo | Viviani | Galileo's first and most devoted biographer. |

Karl | Weierstrass | A German mathematician. |

Martin | Weiser | A German-applied mathematician. |

Eugene | Wigner | A Hungarian-American physicist. |

Herman | Wouk | A novelist. |

Stefan | Zachow | A German-applied mathematician. |

Alhazen | | The physicist of the golden age. Aka: Hasan Ibn Al-haytham. |

Archimedes | | A Greek mathematician. |

Aristarchus | | The ancient Greek astronomer. |

Aristotle | | A Greek philosopher. Plato's student. |

Eratosthenes | | Archimedes's friend. The librarian at Alexandria. |

Euclid | | A Greek mathematician. |

Eudoxus | | The Greek mathematician. |

Hodgkin | | Won Nobel Prize for the ionic basis of how cells work. |

Jyesthadeva | | Astronomer of the Kerala School of Mathematics. |

Plato | | An Athenian philosopher. |

Plutarch | | The historian. |

Ptolemy | | The Greek astronomer who modified Aristarchus theory. |

Pythagoras | | A Greek philosopher. |

Shrek | | Dreamworks's heroic ogre. |

Thales | | The founding father of Greek mythology. |

Vitruvius | | A Roman architect. |