Otto Brunfels (1488-1534) was a German botanist. Author of the first botanical atlas (“Living images of plants”, vol. 1-3, 1530-36). The Swedish naturalist, naturalist, botanist , physician, and founder of modern biological systematics, Carl Linnaeus, called Brunfels the father of botany.
Otto Yevstafyevich Kotzebue (30 December (19 December old style) 1787 – 3 February 1846) was a Russian navigator, captain of the 1st rank (1829). In 1803-06, he participated in the round-the-world expedition of Ivan Fyodorovich Kruzenshtern. He led an expedition on the ship “Rurik” in 1815-18, and a circumnavigation of the world on the “Enterprise”in 1823-26. Biography of Otto Kotzebue.
Otto Wagner (1841-1918) was an Austrian architect. In the interior of the post office and savings bank building in Vienna (1904-1906), he used geometrically clear shapes and bare metal structures, thus serving as a precursor to functionalism.
Otto Wallach (1847-1931) was a German organic chemist. Discovered and researched many terpenes. Nobel Prize (1910).
Otto Butschli (1848-1920) was a German zoologist. Works in the field of cytology and protistology. He put forward the theory of cellular (foamy) structure of protoplasm. He traced the stages of meiotic cell division (meiosis) and the process of fertilization in animals. He developed the idea of protozoa as single-celled organisms. Proposed (1910) the system of the animal kingdom.
Otto Brahm (1856-1912) was a German film director. The founder of German stage naturalism; from 1889 he headed the literary and theatrical society “Free Stage”, in 1894-1904-the German Theater (Berlin). He directed plays by Henrik Ibsen, Gerhard Hauptmann, Emile Zola, and others.
Otto Weininger (1880-1903) – Austrian philosopher, author of the book “Flirt and Character” (1903), which enjoyed sensational success in Austria and Germany in the first decades of the 20th century. Defiantly committed suicide in the house where Beethoven died.
Otto Hauser (12 April 1874, Wedenswil, canton of Zurich, district of Horgen, Switzerland-14 June 1932, Berlin, Germany) was a Swiss antiquarian merchant and self-taught archaeologist who explored the monuments of prehistoric Europe, the discoverer of the famous Paleolithic monuments in the Dordogne, where he conducted large-scale archaeological excavations in 1906-1914. The pioneer of the Mikoka industry. On August 26, 1903, he discovered a perfectly preserved Cro-Magnon skeleton. After the outbreak of the First World War, he was forced to urgently interrupt the excavations and on August 2, 1914, he fled from France to Germany due to accusations of spying for Germany. In the same month, his collection, other property and letters that were in France were confiscated, and after the end of the war, in 1921, this confiscation was officially confirmed.
Otto Bauer (1882-1938)-one of the leaders of the Austrian Social Democracy and the 2nd International, the ideologist of Austro-Marxism. In 1918-1919, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, advocated the annexation of Austria to Germany. Since 1934, he has been in exile.
Otto Heinrich Warburg (8 October 1883, Freiburg — 1 August 1970, Berlin) was a German biochemist. He studied the redox processes in a living cell, the nature and functions of enzymes. He was the first to explain the mechanism of cellular respiration by the action of enzymes. Proceedings on photosynthesis and Oncology. Nobel Prize (1931).
Otto Yulyevich Schmidt (30 September (18 September old style) 1891-7 September 1956) was a Russian scientist, statesman, one of the organizers of the development of the Northern Sea Route, academician (1935), Vice-President of the USSR Academy of Sciences (1939-42), Academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (1934), Hero of the Soviet Union (1937). Biography of Otto Schmidt.
Otto Georg Wilhelm Bayer (1902-82) was a German chemical technologist and industrialist. Basic works on polymer chemistry and technology. Received polyurethanes (1937) and established their industrial production.
Otto Walliser (b. 1928) – German geologist, paleontologist, foreign member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1991; foreign member of the USSR Academy of Sciences since 1988). Works on biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and the evolution of the organic world. Author of classical works on Devonian and Carboniferous goniatites, Middle Paleozoic conodonts, and Devonian tentaculitoidea. See other famous men named with the letter O (and women). Biographies of outstanding personalities of history by last name with the letter O. Description of male names with the letter O (and female). Description of the male name-patronymic with the letter O (and female). Descriptions of male patronymics (and female patronymics). 100 most common Russian surnames. 250 all-Russian surnames. The 100 most common surnames in the United States . And the characterization of the letters of the name in the development of the Russian astrologer Felix Kazimirovich Velichko.