Luigi Aloisio Galvani September 1737 – December was an Italian physician, physicist, biologist and philosopher, who discovered animal electricity. He is recognized as the pioneer of bioelectromagnetics
Luigi Galvani nasceu na Itália em 1737 e dedicou a maior parte dos seus estudos à bioeletricidade, que ele chamava de “eletricidade animal”.
"During the 1780's, biologist Luigi Galvani performed experiments at the University of Bologna involving frogs. While cutting a frog’s leg, Galvani's steel scalpel touched a brass hook that was holding the leg in place. The leg twitched." What are you trying to prove people?
The “galvanic current” used today for cosmetic and health benefits is named after the Italian scientist, Luigi Galvani who, in discovered that the body conducts electric currents. The History of Galvanic Current