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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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