Anton von Leeuwenhoek
"Antonie," "Antoni" "Antony"
Anton van Leeuwenhoek was born October 24, 1632 in Delft, Netherlands. He lived most of his life here, but he also lived in Amsterdam. He returned to Delft in 1652 and lived there until his death in July of 1723.
Leeuwenhoek made more than 500 microscopes in his life time, however only around 10 are still around today.
His discoveries differed around different types of cells. He worked mostly with bacteria and protozoa, but he also researched with blood cells.
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