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Magnificent minds : sixteen remarkable women of science and medicine
by Noyce, Pendred,
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J 509.2 NOY
Tumblehome Learning, Inc.,, 2015.
140 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm
 
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"...Introduces the lives, sayings, and dreams of sixteen women over four centuries and chronicles their contributions to mathematics, physics, chemistry, astronomy, computer science, and medicine."--Amazon.com.

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Magnificent Minds : 32 Pioneering Women in Science and Medicine
Magnificent Minds : 32 Pioneering Women in Science and Medicine
by Noyce, Pendred E.
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Magnificent Minds : 32 Pioneering Women in Science and Medicine


Winner of: National Science Teachers Foundation/Children's Book Council, Outstanding Science Trade Book Award Against all odds...the paths forged by these 16 pioneering women in science are astonishing examples of unparalleled achievement and resilience that wove compelling tales of the women in history's evolving role in society. Here are a few you will meet: - Florence Nightingale as she introduces the use of statistics in public health - Marie Curie who is still the only person to have won the Nobel Prize in both physics and chemistry--and the only winner whose daughter also won a Nobel Prize - Laura Bassi one of the first women ever awarded a doctoral degree in 17th century Italy - Emmy Noether a founder of Abstract Algebra - Grace Hopper who's contributions were fundamental to the development of computing - Gertrude B. Elion who is one of the most prolific inventors of new drugs in the 20th century Full of information about the development of women in science over four centuries, this compelling narrative paints a very clear picture of the systemic bias that is still evidenced in the science world today. Through the triumphs of these remarkable women, you'll find role models and maybe, just
 
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