Her Space, Her Time

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How Trailblazing Women Scientists Decoded the Hidden Universe

Delve into the inspiring stories of overlooked women physicists and astronomers who not only uncovered the fundamental rules of the universe, but also made a significant impact on society.

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Women physicists and astronomers from all corners of the globe have made incredible contributions to both science and society. However, their stories are often not given the recognition they deserve. In her book, "Her Space, Her Time," renowned quantum physicist Shohini Ghose highlights the achievements of these remarkable women and celebrates their impact on the world of science.

Through each chapter, Ghose delves into a different scientific topic and showcases how these women revolutionized their respective fields of physics and astronomy. She also sheds light on the unique experiences of women in these male-dominated industries. For example, readers will learn about Henrietta Leavitt and Margaret Burbidge's discoveries related to the big bang and cosmic calendar, as well as the contributions of Mary Golda Ross to the Moon landings and the groundbreaking work of Marietta Blau, Hertha Wambacher, and Bibha Chowdhuri in uncovering the secrets of the universe.

"Her Space, Her Time" offers an engaging and accessible look into the world of female scientists who have defied norms and paved the way for future generations. This collective narrative of scientific achievement, inspirational leadership, and the fight against invisibility is sure to inspire anyone interested in the trailblazers who have shaped our understanding of the universe.

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Kategorie: Věda a technika
Autor: Shohini Ghose
Jazyk: anglicky
Literární žánr: naučná literatura
Nakladatel: The MIT Press
Rok vydání: 2023
Vazba: pevná
Počet stran: 272
EAN: 9780262048316

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