Robert Hooke

Part of the Royal Society

Robert Hooke's life span

Robert was born in 1635. He died in 1703.

Before he was famous

When Robert Hooke was little his father died in 1648. Later in life Robert went to Westminster school in London. After that Robert went to Christ church college in 1653. Later he stared working for the scientist Robert Boyle.

Why he is famous

He is famous because he discovered cells

5 Cool facts

  • He was part of the Royal society.
  • There is a crater on the the moon called Hooke's crater.
  • Hooke was good at drawing
  • Hooke found cells