wk 17 Luigi Galvani, painted with electrode and frog legs. ~ Luigi Galvani and Giovanni Aldini,  real-life scientists whose electric experiments may have inspired Dr. Frankenstein.

wk 17 Luigi Galvani, painted with electrode and frog legs. ~ Luigi Galvani and Giovanni Aldini, real-life scientists whose electric experiments may have inspired Dr. Frankenstein.

Luigi Galvani (1737-1798), médecin et physicien italien, célèbre pour ses études sur l'activité électrique des nerfs et des muscles des animaux. Son nom est aujourd'hui associé à l'électricité : on le retrouve dans les mots galvanisme, galvanisation ou encore galvanomètre

Luigi Galvani (1737-1798), médecin et physicien italien, célèbre pour ses études sur l'activité électrique des nerfs et des muscles des animaux. Son nom est aujourd'hui associé à l'électricité : on le retrouve dans les mots galvanisme, galvanisation ou encore galvanomètre

Electricity and mental disease - 19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos - Pictures - CBS News

Electricity and mental disease - 19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos - Pictures - CBS News

Luigi Galvani helps us look younger

Luigi Galvani helps us look younger

Benjamin Franklin first made the name battery to describe an array of charged glass plates.  The electrical basis of nerve impulses was researched by Luigi Galvani from 1780 to 1786 which allowed for later inventors to create the battery.  The battery used today was created by Thomas Alva Edison in 1901.  The battery is important because it allowed us to have a portable energy source that lasts a long time, and that can even save our lives in bad situations.

Benjamin Franklin first made the name battery to describe an array of charged glass plates. The electrical basis of nerve impulses was researched by Luigi Galvani from 1780 to 1786 which allowed for later inventors to create the battery. The battery used today was created by Thomas Alva Edison in 1901. The battery is important because it allowed us to have a portable energy source that lasts a long time, and that can even save our lives in bad situations.

An engraving of the electrical stimulation of dead frogs from Luigi Galvani's De Viribus Electricitatis In Motu Musculari (1792).

An engraving of the electrical stimulation of dead frogs from Luigi Galvani's De Viribus Electricitatis In Motu Musculari (1792).

wk 17 Luigi Galvani's Experiment Done by Mr. Rzykruski in Frankenweenie - YouTube

wk 17 Luigi Galvani's Experiment Done by Mr. Rzykruski in Frankenweenie - YouTube

Luigi Galvani's discovery of 'animal electricity' at the end of the eighteenth century resulted in a whole new world of possibilities in which electricity could cure sickness, restore sexual potency and even raise the dead

Luigi Galvani's discovery of 'animal electricity' at the end of the eighteenth century resulted in a whole new world of possibilities in which electricity could cure sickness, restore sexual potency and even raise the dead

News Photo : Luigi Galvani, italian scientist. Late 1780s...

News Photo : Luigi Galvani, italian scientist. Late 1780s...

Regia Marina, submarine class Mameli ((Cavallini) - class Brin, class Mameli, class Pisani, class Bandiera, class Settembrini)), submarines names Des Geneys, Giovanni Bausan, Marcantonio Colonna, Vettor Pisani, Giovanni da Procida, Goffredo Mameli, Pier Capponi, Tito Speri, Ciro Menotti, Fratelli Bandiera, Luciano Manara, Santorre Santarosa, Luigi Settembrini, Ruggiero Settimo, Galileo Ferraris, Galileo Galilei, Archimede, Brin, Evangelista Torricelli, Gugielmotti, Luigi Galvani.

Regia Marina, submarine class Mameli ((Cavallini) - class Brin, class Mameli, class Pisani, class Bandiera, class Settembrini)), submarines names Des Geneys, Giovanni Bausan, Marcantonio Colonna, Vettor Pisani, Giovanni da Procida, Goffredo Mameli, Pier Capponi, Tito Speri, Ciro Menotti, Fratelli Bandiera, Luciano Manara, Santorre Santarosa, Luigi Settembrini, Ruggiero Settimo, Galileo Ferraris, Galileo Galilei, Archimede, Brin, Evangelista Torricelli, Gugielmotti, Luigi Galvani.

Diagram of Luigi Galvani’s experiments with animal electricity in the 1780s. Galvani discovered the physiological action of electricity and demonstrated the existence of natural electric current in animal tissue.

Diagram of Luigi Galvani’s experiments with animal electricity in the 1780s. Galvani discovered the physiological action of electricity and demonstrated the existence of natural electric current in animal tissue.

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