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Aaron Augenblick

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Hal Lee

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Ioana Nistor

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Lauren Royal-Woods

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Lisa Thomas

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As both scientific legends and rivals, Robert Hooke and Isaac Newton had something of a falling out. Derek Hirst describes this clash of some the times greatest minds and egos in his New York Times book review.

Learn more about how cell theory was established and how the scientific method works: http://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/scientific-experiments/scientific-method4.htm

This timeline will help you visualize every step of the history of the cell theory: http://www.timeline-help.com/the-cell-theory-timeline.html

A fun way to learn more about cell theory -- The Cell Theory Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuJqqiATlqw

More science education resources from this lesson's educator, Lauren Royal-Woods: http://www.bal.henderson.k12.nc.us/teachers/lroyal-web/
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