Robert Hooke was born on the 18th of July 1635 and died on the 3rd of March 1703.
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He was possibly the most famous biologist of all time. What he was most famous for was the discovery of cells and his golden microscope.
He discovered cells by looking at them through a microscope in a piece of cork and noticed that they looked like little hexagons. It reminded him of monk's bedrooms, or cells. These cells were transparent because the cork was no longer living.
He also wrote a very popular book at that time (called micrographia) it was about what observations he made with his microscope (constructed by Christopher White). Now his inventions , are 'inspired by Isaac Newton' . Biological Achivements we have to do a biology poster on Robert Hooke