Botanists, chemists and naturalists abound in the beautiful garden of England.
Botanist and photographer, Anna Atkins, was born in Tonbridge, the daughter of scientist John George Children (1777-1852).
John Boys, agriculturalist, was well known for his breed of South Down sheep.
Darwin wrote over a dozen science books and a handful of important monographs, many based on observations and experiments undertaken in his house and gardens in Kent.
Father and son who were learned mathematicians in Kent in the sixteenth century.
Physician who contributed to the study of anatomy and physiology, advancing knowledge about the circulation of the blood.
Mycologist, writer and illustrator who enjoyed a holiday in Dover.
Inventor of organic farming
Mathematician born in Rochester and known for his work on analysis, number theory, and differential equations.
Naturalist and chemist, Plot was born at Borden in Kent.
Botanist and gardener, John Tradescant the Younger was born at Meopham and educated at the King's School, Canterbury.
Mathematician and cryptographer, Wallis is known for his pioneering work in infinitesimal calculus.