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Galvani

Luigi . 1737--98, Italian physiologist: observed that muscles contracted on contact with dissimilar metals. This led to the galvanic cell and the electrical theory of muscle control by nerves
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Since Galvani's jumping frogs, scientists have made leaps in understanding electrical signals in the brain.
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"It includes the famous occasion when Italian physicist Luigi Galvani discovered that the legs of dead frogs twitched when struck by a spark, and some of the equipment on show wouldn't have gone amiss in Baron Frankenstein's laboratory.
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Galvani's electrostatic machine, proving Thales of Miletus right:
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