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Profiles of pioneer women scientists
Elizabeth Moot O"Hern
|Statement||Elizabeth Moot O"Hern ; introduction by Morris Schaeffer.|
|LC Classifications||R153 .O36 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||86003515|
In Praise of Pioneer Women and Rocket Scientists Huntsville, Ala., and the state of Wyoming are gearing up for anniversaries. One will be an outright celebration, the other, a call to action. The descendent of famed women's rights pioneers, Blatch once rode a horse across New York to campaign for a women's right to vote. In , she sued the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for refusing to admit her as a full member, even though she met all requirements. At the time, women were only admitted as junior members.
This book about great women scientists is also very much about great overlooked women scientists. Some of the telling sentences you will see in this book are: “Rosalind [Franklin] is remembered as a woman who should have won a Nobel prize.” And, “Despite Cecilia’s accomplishments [Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin discovered the sun is made mostly of hydrogen. Nor is it unusual that the names of female scientists are less well known to the public, especially when one takes into account, as an illustrative example, that only 17 women have received Nobel prizes in science from to One of them, the French-Polish Marie Curie, is among the four distinguished people holding two awards, and is probably the most popular female scientist.
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Here are some of the lesser-known African American women scientists who have made groundbreaking impacts in their respective fields. By Meredith Worthen. History & Culture. Katherine Johnson Executes Critical Space Calculations. Katherine Johnson, born inis one of the women immortalized in the book and movie Hidden Figures.A West Virginia native and American mathematician, Johnson helped confirm the accuracy of electronic computers used by NASA and performed critical calculations that ensured safe space travel from the s on.
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The lives and careers of twelve women scientists, almost all American, from industrial medicine pioneer Alice Hamilton and blood researcher Florence Rena Sahin, both M.D.s, to Nobel Prize winner Rosalyn Yalow and, for a breath of air, marine biologist Sylvia Earle Mead of the Tektite underwater research project.
Among the twelve are two other Nobelists and two black women. This is a bibliography of books on women scientists and scientific biography.
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A memo from the Langley personnel officer reporting on the numbers and status of its black employees, which unexpectedly made reference to one black woman who was a “GS-9 research scientist”. Books shelved as pioneer-women: These Is My Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, by Nancy E.
Turner, One Thousand White Women: The Journals o. "Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics". UCLA. Archived from the original on 1 August ; Herzenberg, Caroline L. Women scientists from antiquity to the present: an index: an international reference listing and biographical directory of some notable women scientists from ancient to modern times.
West Cornwall, CT: Locust. Women are under-represented in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields globally, but the situation is worse in Africa. In response to this, the Inter-Academy Partnership for Research (IAP-R) partnered with NASAC to publish a book profiling African women scientists.
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