Famous Polish Scientists
Mikołaj Kopernik [Nicolaus Copernicus]
(1473–1543) besides being a world-class astronomer responsible for “stopping the Sun and moving the Earth,” he was known to his contemporaries as the most prominent and modern medical doctor in Central and Eastern Europe, considered by many to be the second Aesclepios, who relied strictly on scientific approach to patient treatment and drug formulation.
Nicolaus Copernicus is the face of promotional campaign of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education Ready, Study, Go! Poland
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