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Headstrong
Updated: 11/2/2019
Headstrong
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  • Headstrong
  • Headstrong: 52 Women Who Changed Science--and the World
  • Maria Goeppert Mayer 1906 - 1972
  • ....and these are the cells. I will explain further on what happens inside of the nucleus.
  • Grace Murray Hopper 1906 - 1992
  • I can't believe I found this moth in my computer's relay! Now this will be known as the "bug".....
  • By: Rachel Swaby
  • Rachel Carson1907 - 1964
  • My book, Silent Spring, will for sure make a difference for the environment's well being.
  • By: Rachel Swaby
  • While attempting to acquire multiple professor jobs in the U.S, Mayer created the nuclear shell model, explaining what goes on in the nucleus & why some isotopes are more stable than others.
  • Virginia Apgar1909 - 1974
  • I am hoping that the Apagar score will help recognize birth defects.
  • Hopper was known as the "Grand Lady of Software". Thanks to her findings of a moth wedged in her computer's relay, the term "computer bug" emerged as a glitch in a computer.
  • Rita Levi-Montalcini1909 - 2012
  • I have found out that nerve growth factors influence many things in the body!
  • The use of pesticides and how it affects the environment around it was put into questions after Carson published Silent Spring.
  • The Apagar score was created to better the way babies are first examined in order to recognize birth defects and overall, ensure the safe delivery of a health baby.
  • Levi-Montalcini & her partner, Cohen, discovered that nerve growth factors influence everything such as degenerative disease progression, success of a skin graft, etc.
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