21 Sep Science Tuition on George Washington Carver
Greetings and welcome back to Science Tuition. There are so many things in the chemistry world of which we are unaware of, and so many chemists about whose inventions and discoveries we do not know yet.
So in this Science Tuition lesson, we continue to gain our knowledge on our famous chemists. Today we will study about George Washington Carver.
Born in the 1860s, George was an American agricultural chemist. He worked on improving the lives of the farmers, and he developed methods to upgrade and enhance the quality of the soil. He also discovered industrial uses for crop plants such as sweet potatoes, peanuts, and soybeans. His works gave the idea for the crop rotation. Carver was also a leader in promoting environmentalism and received numerous honors for the same.
He was an inspiration to many, and one of his famous quotes is “When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.”
Stay tuned on Science Tuition for more of such encouraging stories.