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Grasping Mysteries: Girls Who Love Math

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Grasping Mysteries showcases the lives of girls who loved math, including: Caroline Herschel, Florence Nightingale, Hertha Ayrton, Marie Tharp, Edna Lee Paisano, Katherine Johnson, and Vera Rubin

Jeannine Atkins
Hidden Figures Author Interview : President Barack Obama and Katherine Johnson The book and film adaptation of "Hidden Figures" celebrates the black women who helped send the first man to the moon. Joe Biden, Women In History, Black History, Durham, John Daly, Katherine Johnson, Hidden Figures, Black Presidents, First Ladies

Hidden Figures Author Interview

The book and film adaptation of "Hidden Figures" celebrates the black women who helped send the first man to the moon.

Florence Nightingale is widely recognized as the founder of modern nursing. What’s far less known is that Florence Nightingale was one of the world’s first feminists. Tilda Swinton, Maria Callas, Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, Florence Nightingale Facts, Great Women, Amazing Women, Amazing People, Ute Lemper

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Florence Nightingale

What Does a Scientist Look Like? Children are drawing women more than ever. Study is based on sketches drawn by children over 5 decades Science Biology, Science Education, Woman Drawing, Drawing Women, Katherine Johnson, Drawing Sketches, Drawings, Sketching, Science Magazine

What does a scientist look like? Children are drawing women more than ever before

"What does a scientist look like? More draw women."

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Grasping Mysteries

Grasping Mysteries by Jeannine Atkins - Learn about seven groundbreaking women in math and science in this gorgeously written biographical novel-in-verse, a...

Vera Rubin will have a U.S. observatory named after her, the first woman to be so honored. Caroline Herschel, Lowell Observatory, Physics High School, Katherine Johnson, Love Math, National Academy, Academy Of Sciences, Astrophysics, Dark Matter

Vera Rubin, giant of astronomy

Vera Rubin will have a U.S. observatory named after her, the first woman to be so honored.

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Remembering Vera | Earth & Planets Laboratory

Vera Rubin on the right by her grandmother and sister

The LSST has officially been renamed to the Vera Rubin Observatory, named after the woman who discovered the existence of Dark Matter. This telescope will see more than every other telescope ever built, combined Dark Matter, Galactic Center, Nobel Prize In Physics, National Science Foundation, Hidden Photos, Dark Energy, Academy Of Sciences, Milky Way, Solar System

NSF-supported observatory renamed for astronomer Vera C. Rubin

Rubin Observatory First Named after a woman

Renowned astronomer and National Medal of Science awardee Vera Rubin passed away in Princeton, NJ, the evening of December at the age of Caroline Herschel, Katherine Johnson, Georgetown University, Spiral Galaxy, Mathematicians, Love Math, National Academy, Academy Of Sciences, Astrophysics

Remembering Vera | Earth & Planets Laboratory

Renowned astronomer and National Medal of Science awardee Vera Rubin passed away in Princeton, NJ, the evening of December 25, 2016, at the age of 88.

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Remembering Vera Rubin

Brief BiographyPioneering astronomer Vera Rubin passed away Dec. 25, 2016 at the age of 88. Perhaps best known for discovering the discrepancy between the observed rotation of galaxies and their predicted rotation by the Newtonian laws of gravity, evidence for the existence of dark matter, Rubin was a towering figure in modern astronomy, and her work was pivotal to the ongoing investigation of dark matter.Born to Jewish parents originally from Lithuania and Bessarabia (Moldova today), Rubin…