4 Turkish Scientists Who Marked World Medical History Are In The Museum

Turkish Scientist Who Marked World Medical History Is In The Museum
4 Turkish Scientists Who Marked World Medical History Are In The Museum

Wax statues of 4 successful Turkish scientists who left their mark on the history of world medicine began to be exhibited at the 'Yılmaz Büyükerşen Wax Sculptures Museum'.

Opened on May 19, 2013, and being the first example of wax sculpture museums in Turkey, 'Yılmaz Büyükerşen Wax Sculptures Museum', with its historical and cultural characters, especially Atatürk, and 200 artists from the past to the present in the world of science, media, art, politics and sports. There are statues of more than three famous names.

Successful Turkish scientists who left their mark on the history of world medicine were added to the new sculptures of the 'Yılmaz Büyükerşen Wax Sculptures Museum', whose income is spent on the education and health issues of disabled and girls.

2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry kazanThe Turkish scientist Prof. Dr. Aziz Sancar, physics engineer, who made his mark in the medical literature with his inventions such as wearable pacemakers and smart artificial intelligence drugs, was included in the list of '30 Scientists Under 30 Years old' and was the first Turkish scientist to be elected to the Harvard University Young Academy membership with the highest votes. Canan Dağdeviren, the founders of the BioNTech company, which saved the lives of millions of people with the vaccine studies they carried out against the Covid-19 pandemic, which took the world captive. Dr. Uğur Şahin and Dr. Wax sculptures of Özlem Türeci began to be exhibited in the museum.

Sculptures of successful scientists, which attract great attention from visitors, fascinate the visitors with their similarities.

Young people and students, who see the statues of Turkish scientists at the Wax Sculptures Museum, have lots of photos taken, and they express their happiness that the names who made great achievements in world history are remembered with wax statues in the museum.

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