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Sofia Kovalevskaya
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Biography of Sofia Kovalevskaya Russian mathematician

Biography of Sofia Kovalevskaya brilliant Russian mathematician, the first woman to get a place as a university professor in Europe, specifically in Sweden. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation Sofia Kovalevskaya family facts Sofia Kovalevskaya was born in Moscow on January 15, 1850. Her grandfather was a descendant of …

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Elena García Armada
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Biography of Elena García Spanish computer Science

Biography of Elena García Armada Spanish engineer who leads the group that has developed the world’s first bionic exoskeleton for children. It is known worldwide. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation Elena García’s wonderful life is much more than a brilliant curriculum. Many happy circumstances influenced her vital development: …

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Angela Ruiz Robles
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Biography of Angela Ruiz Spanish inventor

Biography of Angela Ruiz Robles, a great Spanish teacher, educator of many other teachers. She is the forerunner of the digital book. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation Possessed of a marked vocation for research, she wrote numerous educational books. Angela Ruiz was the forerunner of the digital book …

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Mary Somerville
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Biography of Mary Somerville Scottish mathematician

Biography of Mary Somerville Scottish self-taught Scottish scientist, astronomer and mathematician, sometimes referred to as “The Queen of the 19th century sciences“. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation Early years of this extraordinary mathematics She was born on December 26, 1780, in Burntisland, Scotland, in the County of Fife. …

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Ada Lovelace
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Biography of Ada Lovelace British mathematician

Biography of Ada Lovelace, British mathematician of the early nineteenth century, author of the first algorithm to be processed by a machine, envisioned the ability of computers to go beyond simple numerical calculations. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation Ada Lovelace anticipated the development of computing The contribution of …

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Marcela Contreras
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Biography of Marcela Contreras Chilean doctor

Biography of Marcela Contreras Arriagada a Chilean doctor. It is internationally recognized for its ability to organize blood services through scientific work. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Dr. Contreras is an expert in Hematology and Immunology, and a Chilean-British university professor. Professional importance of Dr. Marcela Contreras She …

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Lise Meitner
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Biography of Lise Meitner Austrian scientist

 Biography of Lise Meitner, notable Austrian scientist one of the most important figures in modern physics. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. She received five honorary doctorates and several decorations, such as: – the Max Plank Gold Medal, in 1949; – the Otto Hahn Prize for Physics and Chemistry, …

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Margaret Hamilton
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Biography of Margaret Hamilton American Computer Scientist

Biography of Margaret Hamilton American scientist, notable computer scientist who worked at NASA in support of Apollo missions. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. She received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, presented on November 22, 2016 by the President of the United States, for her brilliant work during the …

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Rosalind Franklin
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Biography of Rosalind Franklin British scientist

Biography of Rosalind Franklin a British biophysicist and crystallographer; and the true discoverer of DNA. But, in England at the beginning of the 20th century, women dedicated to science were systematically ignored, if not despised. Click here if you want to see this biography in Spanish translation. Institutions, their male colleagues, and worse, society as …

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