This Biologist is famous for developing a much-used technique in today's labs.
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As for the last installment, that was
Pacual Jordan. While he wasn't technically a biologist he was a well respected (at the time) pioneer of Quantum Physics. He was also one of the earliest proponents of the concept of Quantum Biology. Unfortunately Pascul was also a proud member of the Nazi party and this unsurprisingly led to his isolation from the physics community. It also meant that Quantum Physics was largely forgotten due to the fact he was the theories champion. It just goes to show that society and personality can often be more powerful than scientific ideas.