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- Is there any woman who discovered anything on Earth?
Marie Sklodowska Curie discovered a couple of new radioactive elements namely Radium and Polonium in the year 1898.
What did Marie Sklodowska Curie discover?
In 1898 Marie Curie and her husband discovered two new radioactive elements: radium (named after the Latin word for ray) and polonium (named after Marie’s home country, Poland). More information on Marie Curie: https://t.co/ZGVLpJOrH8 pic.twitter.com/VsxXLq9MC7
— The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) March 6, 2019
- Name any one Indian Woman Scientist?
Asima Chatterjee was the Indian Organic Chemist who has developed anti-malarial drugs as well as anti-epileptic drugs. Asima was the first woman in India to receive a Doctorate of Science from Indian University in the year 1944.
Asima Chatterjee was an Indian organic chemist who developed anti-epileptic drugs and anti-malarial drugs. She was the first woman to gain a Doctorate of Science from an Indian university in 1944, when she graduated from University of Calcutta.#STEMlegends #WomenInSTEM pic.twitter.com/GAf6cxYfFk
— RAS Diversity (@RAS_Diversity) September 29, 2018
- Brilliant Graduate Student Helped in the Discovery of a Black Hole
We got to see the first and foremost picture of a black hole just with the help of a fantastic team led by MIT graduate student Katie Bouman. The team helped the scientists to create an algorithm for making the image appear for the first time. She is definitely an inspiration to most of the folks.
We got the very first photo of a black hole because of an amazing team led by MIT grad student Katie Bouman, who helped create the algorithm that made the image possible. ⚫️ Congratulations and THANK YOU, Katie! You’re an inspiration to so many people pic.twitter.com/F6WqguYhJt
— Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) April 11, 2019
- Missile Woman who discovered something right from Home
Tessy Thomas, also known as Missile Woman of India is the first woman scientist to lead the missile project in India.
— NITI Aayog (@NITIAayog) November 25, 2017
- Who told Women cannot handle money?
Ritu Karidhal (Deputy Operations Director), Nandini Harinath (Deputy Operations Director), and Anuradha TK (Geosat Programme Director) helped to send India’s probe to Mars on a fraction of the budget of the US or European space budget.
The #womanoftheweek is Margaret Hamilton – a fierce woman who coined the term “software engineering”, was the Director of the software engineering division at the MIT Intrumentation Library, and helped develop the software program on board the Apollo space program. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/UzJLBk6IMy
— AZ NOW (@NOW_Arizona) April 3, 2019
- Female Astronomer who’s interested in Zodiacs
After becoming the first American to discover a comet and calculate its orbit, Maria Mitchell became the only widely recognized and respected female astronomer of her time. She spent her entire life advocating for women’s education:
After becoming the first American to discover a comet and calculate its orbit, Maria Mitchell became the only widely recognized and respected female astronomer of her time. She spent her entire life advocating for women’s education: @massivesci https://t.co/6p3ZMQhNWL pic.twitter.com/WggoDOtj5z
— Pacific Standard (@PacificStand) April 11, 2019
- Mexican Researcher Discovered a Medicine for Deadly Diseases
Eva Ramón Gallegos, a researcher from the Mexico National Polytechnic Institute was able to completely eradicate the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in 29 patients. This discovery prevents malignant neoplasm, the second cause of death among Mexican women.
“Eva Ramón Gallegos, a researcher from Mexico National Polytechnic Institute was able to completely eradicate the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in 29 patients. This discovery prevents malignant neoplasm, the second cause of death among Mexican women.” https://t.co/pieMcPpMsR
— Ava DuVernay (@ava) February 9, 2019
- Women are not less in Mathematics!
Iranian mathematician, Maryam Mirzakhani is the only woman in history to ever win the Fields Medal in mathematics.
Iranian mathematician, late Maryam Mirzakhani, the only woman in history to ever win the fields Medal in mathematics. https://t.co/MyVmp1z6q8
— Keyvan Kamooneh (@KeyvanKamooneh) April 10, 2019