Check out the list of notable Black Scientists

Despite facing racial bias right from the birth, the black people excelled in education and research, and proved to be one of the greatest personalities in the history of the world. Black scientists from past to the present have made countless inventions that are significant to the society. George Washington Carver, named "Black Leonardo" by the Time Magazine, invented agricultural science and established an industrial research laboratory to help farmers develop crops that are useful for their livelihood. Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, the first African American doctor to successfully perform open heart surgery is also one of the physicians to perform pericardial surgery. NASA Astronaut and physician by profession, Mae Jemison is the first black woman to travel to space. Garrett Morgan, the inventor of traffic signal patented gas mask and Norbert Rillieux, the inventor of multiple-effect evaporator are a few notable black scientists.
Ben CarsonBen Carson
(Neurosurgeon)

18 September 1951

Detroit, Michigan, U.S.

American

Virgo

Neil deGrasse TysonNeil deGrasse Tyson
(Astrophysicist)

05 October 1958

Manhattan

American

Libra

George Washington CarverGeorge Washington Carver
(Scientist & Inventor)

01 January 1864

05 January 1943

Diamond, Missouri, U.S.

American

Capricorn

Mae JemisonMae Jemison
(First African American Woman To Travel To Space)

17 October 1956

Decatur

American

Libra

Benjamin BannekerBenjamin Banneker
(Compiler of Almanacs)

09 November 1731

09 October 1806

Baltimore County

American

Scorpio

Daniel Hale WilliamsDaniel Hale Williams
(cardiologist)

18 January 1856

04 August 1931

Hollidaysburg

American

Capricorn

Garrett MorganGarrett Morgan
(Inventor)

04 March 1877

27 July 1963

Claysville

American

Pisces

Ernest Everett JustErnest Everett Just
(Biologist, Zoologist, University teacher, Marine biologist)

14 August 1883

27 October 1941

Charleston

American

Leo

Charles DrewCharles Drew
(Educator, Doctor, Surgeon)

1904 AD

1950 AD

Percy JulianPercy Julian
(Academic, Civil Rights Activist, Chemist, Scientist, Medical Professional)

1899 AD

1975 AD

Mae C. JemisonMae C. Jemison
(Astronaut, Doctor)

1956 AD

Guion S. BlufordGuion S. Bluford
(Astronaut, Scientist, Pilot)

1942 AD

George CarruthersGeorge Carruthers
(Physicist, Scientist)

1939 AD

Katherine G. JohnsonKatherine G. Johnson
(Mathematician)

1918 AD

Lonnie G. JohnsonLonnie G. Johnson
(Engineer, Inventor)

1949 AD

Dorothy Johnson VaughanDorothy Johnson Vaughan
(Mathematician)

1910 AD

2008 AD

Mary Winston-JacksonMary Winston-Jackson
(Scientist, Mathematician)

1921 AD

2005 AD

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