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Science History Lise Meitner Mother Of The Bomb

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Conservatives, liberals fight over Michigan social studies standards
(Apr 2019) But some conservatives insist they promote a left-leaning world view, shortchanging topics such as Ronald Reagan and the influence of Christianity on American history . given to so-called STEM

What to Know About Hedwig Kohn, the Subject of Today’s Google Doodle
(Apr 2019) If you want to learn about underappreciated figures in science . made history by earning her credential to teach physics at a German university, something only two other women (Lise Meitner

10 Women Scientists That History Shouldn’t Forget
(Apr 2019)   Brit + Co

Although women are making steady inroads in STEM fields, the science and technology world remains dominated by men. According to the National Girls .

Science history: Lise Meitner, mother of the bomb
(many weeks now)   Cosmos

Lise Meitner has been called “the mother of the atomic bomb”, a description she despised for many reasons, not least of which was that she did not work in any .

Spring reading list: Top nonfiction about women in combat, racism and rules of war. Plus, outstanding literary fiction from veterans
(since Mar, 2019)   Military Times

Here are reviews of 22 nonfiction, fiction, and self-help books. The books appear in order of satisfaction and merit. Prices are from publishers’ lists and might .

The Ultimate Women in Science Reading List: 150 Essential Titles!
(months ago)   Women You Should Know

The Ultimate Women in Science Reading List . a bibliography of great women in science biographies and memoirs to share .

The scientific exodus from Nazi Germany
(months ago)   Physics Today

Beginning in 1933, hundreds of physicists and other academics fled the country, transforming their lives and the global scientific landscape.

8 STEAM-powered women who changed history
(months ago)   CBC.ca

Celebrate STEAM day, by reading about the women who made huge contributions to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

Neurosexism: the myth that men and women have different brains
(many weeks now)   Nature.com

The hunt for male and female distinctions inside the skull is a lesson in bad research practice, writes Lise Eliot.

‘Inspired Excellence: The Story of Marie Curie and Lise Meitner’ exhibit at the Temecula Valley Museum in honor of Women’s History Month
(since Mar, 2019)   Valley News

TEMECULA ─ The Temecula Valley Museum will host the exhibit.

Women have been written out of science history. It’s time to put them back
(some months now)   The Spinoff

Women have been doing groundbreaking science for centuries. So why don’t students learn more about them? Can you name a female scientist from history?

Questions That Matter public humanities series to spotlight ‘Data and Democracy’ at Kuumbwa Center
(some months now)   UC Santa Cruz

January 18, 2019. By Scott Rappaport. Share this story:TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedInReddit. use-this-working-image-350.png pranav-anand-360.jpg .

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