Szilard, Leo (1898–1964)
In his early work, Szilard established a relation between information transfer and entropy (the degree of disorder or randomness of a system). He devised a means of separating isotopes of artificial radioactive elements, developed the chemostat (a type of culture vessel in which organisms are grown), and proposed theories of aging, recall, and memory.
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