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A scientist is one who studies and/or works in the field of science, usually specializing in a particular branch of study. This may include physics, astro-physics, genetics, biology, marine biology, chemistry, etc. In science fiction, it is not uncommon for a scientist to perceive their work as the sum-total of their existence, even to an obsessive and often dangerous degree. When the obsession to further the reaches of man's understanding of the universe takes precedence over the common good and/or any accepted code of ethical conduct, then one may find themselves branded with the label of "mad scientist".

Characters Edit

Character Film/Series
Anna Bolt Resident Evil
Arnim Zola Marvel Cinematic Universe
Bill Michaels 2001: A Space Odyssey
Daisuke Serizawa Gojira
David Marrow The Haunting
Dimitri Moisevitch 2010: The Year We Make Contact
Doctor Durae Dracula vs. Frankenstein
Doctor Who Dr. Who and the Daleks
Erik Selvig Marvel Cinematic Universe
Ernest D. Hubbs Phase IV
Eve Simmons Eve of Destruction
Frank Griffin Invisible Man Returns, The
Frederick Frankenstein Young Frankenstein
Galen Erso Star Wars
Gustav Niemann House of Frankenstein
Henry Frankenstein Frankenstein (1931)
Henry Jekyll Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Howard Stark Marvel Cinematic Universe
Jack Griffin Invisible Man, The
James Bowen Frankenstein Conquers the World
James R. Lesko Phase IV
Johnny-Wayne Carlson Resident Evil
Josh Aickman Wishmaster
Joshua Taft Eight Legged Freaks
Kyohei Yamane Gojira
Lana Zurrell Return of Swamp Thing, The
Laura Baker Species
Leonardo 20 Million Miles to Earth
Ludwig Frankenstein Ghost of Frankenstein, The
Mariano Rodriguez Resident Evil
Marisa Leonardo 20 Million Miles to Earth
Niko Tatopoulos Godzilla (1998)
R. Chandra 2010: The Year We Make Contact
Ralph Halvorsen 2001: A Space Odyssey
Shin'ichi Chûjô Mothra; Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.
Steven Cale Anaconda
Stevens, Doctor Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Sueko Togami Frankenstein Conquers the World
Susan Harris Invasion of the Bee Girls
Tokumitsu Yuhara Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla
Tony Stark Marvel Cinematic Universe
Victor Helios Frankenstein (2004/II)
Wendy Day Captain America/Captain America II: Death Too Soon
Wilfred Glendon Werewolf of London
Wolf von Frankenstein Son of Frankenstein
Xavier Fitch Species
Yogami Werewolf of London
Zabor Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla

In film Edit

  • Species: In the 1995 film Species, scientists at SETI received information from alien transmissions from outer space, which contained DNA code sequences of extraterrestrial life. A geneticist named Xavier Fitch spliced the alien DNA with human DNA and introduced it into a female ova in an effort to create a unique, yet docile being - one with additional traits that they had hoped to control. Of the one-hundred experiments conducted by Fitch, only one produced a viable crossbreed, which became known as Sil.

Fields of study Edit

  • Entomology: Entomology is the study of insects. Like several of the other fields that are categorized within zoology, entomology is a taxon-based category; any form of scientific study in which there is a focus on insect related inquiries is, by definition, entomology. Insects account for more than two-thirds of all known organisms on the planet Earth. Those who study entomology are called entomologists.
  • Zoology: Zoology is a sub-section of biology that relates specifically to the study of specimens of the animal kingdom. It examines such traits as cell biology, evolution, behavior and anatomy. Those who study zoology are called zoologists.

See also Edit

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