This is a great way of representing the contributions to science over the course of 500 years. The chemistry line (tan coloured) begins with origins in alchemy and starts as chemistry proper with Robert Boyle, followed by Black, Cavendish, Lavoisier and Priestley. The station intersections show where one scientist had an impact on two or more disciplines – needless to say Newton is a central hub!
Click on the image to access a version of the map which allows each scientist’s name to be followed through to their Wikipedia entry.
To ensure you always have the latest version of the map, click on the link to the original author’s blog entry.