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Notable Female Scientists, Doctors and Researchers - Series I

Issued: 8.28.2016
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Marie Curie (o)

"Mother of Modern
Physics"
Nobel Prize Winner 2X
1903 - Physics
1911 - Chemistry


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Patricia Bath

Renowned
Ophthalmologist, Inventor
and Academic


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Elizabeth Blackwell

February 3, 1821-May 31,
1910

First woman to graduate
from medical school

First woman doctor of
medicine in the modern era


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Mary Anning

May 21, 1799- March 9,
1847

English fossil collector,
dealer, and paleontologist

Findings contributed
changes in our
understanding of
prehistoric life and Earth
History.

( $59 )

Maria Gaetana Agnesi

16 May 1719  -  9 January
1799

She was the first woman to
write a mathematics
handbook and the first
woman appointed as a
Mathematics Professor at
a university.




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Caroline Herschel
March 16, 1750 - January
9, 1848

First woman to discover a
comet.  Her work with her
brother, William Herschel,
led to the discovery of the
planet Uranus

( $59 )
Admiral Grace Hopper

December 9, 1906–
January 1, 1992

Mother of COBOL
Wrote the first compiler

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Barbara McClintock

June 16, 1902-September
2, 1992

Won the 1983 Nobel Prize
in medicine or physiology
for her discovery of
transposable genes

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Maria Mitchell
January 15, 1850 -
February 10, 1891

First professional woman
astronomer in the United
States.

First woman member of
the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences

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Nettie Maria Stevens

July 7, 1861 May 4, 1912

Early American geneticist.

In 1905, she and Edmund
Beecher Wilson were the
first researchers to
independently describe the
chromosomal basis of sex.

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Eva Crane
June 12, 1912-September
6, 2007

Bee researcher and
Renowned author on the
subjects of bees and
beekeeping

Ph.D in Nuclear Physics



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Gertrude Bell Elion

January 23, 1918 - April
21, 1999

American biochemist and
pharmacologist

1988 Nobel Prize Winner
Physiology/Medicie


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Rosalind Franklin

July 25, 1920 - April 16,
1958

Had key role (largely
unacknowledged during
her lifetime) in discovering
the helical structure of
DNA.

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Sophie Germain

April 1, 1776 - June 27,
1831

French mathematician,
physicist, and philosopher
( $59 )