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  1. Hall of fame • THE HALL OF FAME • A photograph or cartoon drawing hall of fame of people in history who have made a positive contribution to science. This section will contain background information and some interesting facts to make the scientistsmore human and less boring

  2. THE HALL OF FAME • When visitors click on the hall of fame icon they should get transported to a cartoon hall of fame. There will be characteure drawings on the wall of these famous people in history, it would be great if their eyes were moving or something there was something animated about these images. Nancy can draw the images but she would need input from you as to how you would want them in flash format?

  3. I imagine these to be in either B&W or coloured characteur format. They would be either talking to each other or their eyes would be moving around the screen as if following something. Van Leewenhoek 1676 Edward Jenner 1776 IngazSemmelweiz 1850 Louis Pasteur 1861 Robert Koch 1884 Alexander Flemming 1929 Hey welcome to the hall of fame. I’d like you to meet some of my friends. You might have heard of some of them - they’re quite famous you know! Click on their pictures to find out who discovered antibiotics because he was really MESSY and who deliberately gave a small boy a deadly disease to test his theory!!! Go on, have a look.

  4. Van Leewenhoek 1676 Edward Jenner 1776 IngazSemmelweiz 1850 Louis Pasteur 1861 Robert Koch 1884 Alexander Flemming 1929 Hey welcome to the hall of fame. I’d like you to meet some of my friends. You might have heard of some of them - they’re quite famous you know! Click on their pictures to find out who discovered antibiotics because he was really MESSY and who deliberately gave a small boy a deadly disease to test his theory!!! Go on, have a look.

  5. In the 1700s smallpox was the most deadly human disease killing 1000s of people every year. In 1976, Edward Jenner was a doctor living in England and he noticed that milkmaids seemed to not get the disease. On closer inspection, he noticed that only milkmaids who caught the harmless infection cowpox from their cows did not die from smallpox. Could it be possible that if you caught cowpox first them somehow your body could fight smallpox? He decided to test his theory .... on a 10 year old boy! He vaccinated him with cowpox and then exposed him to smallpox. Lucky for the boy, Jenner was "right". He did not contract smallpox. The smallpox vaccine was the first successful vaccine ever to be developed and remains the only effective preventive treatment for the deadly smallpox disease. Thanks to Jenner’s discovery, the World Health Organisation declared smallpox an eradicated disease in 1980. It is the ONLY disease to be completely eradicated from earth in the past two centuries!!! Van Leewenhoek 1676 Edward Jenner 1776 IngazSemmelweiz 1850 Louis Pasteur 1861 Robert Koch 1884 Alexander Flemming 1929 Smallpox virus