4 Scientist’s whose works were not appreciated until their death.

They say you know a person’s worth when he’s gone, this statement applies to the men in the article, their works were only appreciated, years after they died. 1. GREGOR JOHAN MENDEL  An Austrian-born scientist whose experiments gave birth to the laws of inheritance as we know it. Growing up, Johan struggled with his education due to illness and financial constraints. He became a Friar and took on the name Gregor so he wouldn’t have to pay for his education. while serving as a monk, Mendel started conducting experiments with…

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