Remarkable Minds

Remarkable Minds

Seventeen More Pioneering Women in Science and Medicine

Book - 2015
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"...Presents the stories of seventeen women of science working in seven countries over a timespan of more than three centuries. From a scandalous French noblewoman who introduced Newton's ideas to France to the African American granddaughter of slaves who pioneered the field of chemotherapy, from a mathematical prodigy who retired from the world to practice charity to the daughter of a Nobel laureate determined to follow in her mother's footsteps, this book portrays women of strong personality who defied stereotypes and found their own way."--Front jacket flap.
Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts :, Tumblehome Learning, Inc.,, [2015]
ISBN: 9780990782902
Branch Call Number: Y 509.22 N871r 2015
Characteristics: 183 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm


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