Mark Denny Net Worth is
Mark Denny Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Mark W. Denny (born 1951) is a professor of biology at Stanford University.His research on the intertidal zone of wave-swept shores has led to increased understanding of this habitat. His most publicized research is his work on locomotion of water striders, which led to the coining of the term "Denny's paradox" to explain a discrepancy between physics and previous understanding of how surface-dwelling animals such as these insects move.In 2008 he examined greyhounds, thoroughbred horses and human athletes trying to find their maximum running speed. He predicted the fastest possible time for men's 100 metres will be 9.48 seconds.
|Date Of Birth||1951-01-01|
|King Lear||1999||Duke of Cornwall|
|Oscar and Lucinda||1997||Levanthian Steward|
|King Lear: A Critical Guide||1997||Video documentary short||Cornwall|
|Agatha Christie's Poirot||1995||TV Series||Jarrow Marcher|