Inventor of Microbiology – New Google Doodle Celebrates Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
The G – doodle represents the “little creatures” Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek found that later got to be known as microscopic organisms
Monday denote the 384th birthday of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, credited with being the principal microbiologist.
While won’t not an easily recognized name today, the Dutch material sales representative ground. And cleaned his own focal points, and was the principal human to find the presence of microorganisms, single celled animals, and spermatozoa.
Working from his residences over a commercial center in the Dutch city of Delft. His home-made focal points were so finely built that a portion of the life forms he found were not seen again for one more century.
Doodle planner Gerben Steenks says, “I made it a vivified Doodle to demonstrate the ‘prior. And then afterward’ encounter that Antoni van Leeuwenhoek had — looking through a magnifying instrument and seeing an amazing new world.”
Van Leeuwenhoek wrote in a letter to the Royal Society of London. That he had seen “little creatures” in lake water he had gathered for his first infinitesimal examination. “He saw an entire world in a drop of water,” composes Google.