What do you call a scientist who studies history?
A historical scientist.
A scientist that studies fungi is called a mycologist.
A scientist that studies bears would be called an ursinologist.
A scientist who studies nature is called a naturalist. A Botanist
A scientist that studies the history of mankind is called an anthropologist. Anthropologists study both biological and cultural changes throughout history.
A biotechnology scientist.
A scientist who studies living things is called a Biologist.
There is a very specific term for him: the paleobotanist.
A scientist who studies seismic waves is known as a seismologist.
You call them an oceanographer.
A paleontologist studies the history of plants and animals.
a scientist who studys cells are called what
A scientist is someone who studies science.
A person who studies astronomy is called an astronomer. A name for a scientist who studies the structure and makeup of stars and galaxies is an astrophysicist.
A scientist that studies motion, forces and energy would be called a physicist.
A scientist who studies the ocean is called an Oceanographer or a marine scientist.
A scientist who studies radioactivity is called a nuclear chemist or nuclear scientist. Radioactivity was discovered in 1896, by French scientist, Antoine Henri Becquerel.
A scientist who studies mollusks is called a teuthologist.
uhm, a meteorologist studies the weather..
A scientist that studies fossils in called a paleontologist. Paleontology is a discipline within geology, which is the study of the Earth's history.
A scientist that studies insects, including fleas, is an entomologist.
A scientist who studies rocks is a petrologist. Petrology is one of the sub branches of the science known as geology.
A Marine Biologist
an ecologist i suppose
A Planetary scientist