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Saturday, August 6, 2022

8 female scientists of the color who are changed in the world.

8 female scientists of the color who are changed in the world.

I got a 99 problems but women of the color will be cure all of them someday.

Whenever we talk of the  people in a science, in the first few names that we think of are Albert Einstein, Newton, or a Edison.

When it comes to the women, let’s be a honest: We are struggle to come up with a more than one name.

In a school, we are mostly taught about in the great men of the science but not about women – especially women of the color. This is why it is time to the recognize female scientists of the  color who made a great contributions in a fields like a science and mathematics.

1. E. K. Janaki Ammal (1897-1984), a botanist who put a sweetness in a India’s sugarcane in a  plants.

Dr. E.K Janaki Ammal
In a predominantly patriarchal society where it was a hard for a girls to make it past middle-school in a India, Janaki Ammal decided to the pursue botany and later became a researcher in a cytology genetics and photography. She is a best known for her work involving a sugarcane's and in the eggplant.

For her brilliant contributions to the science in a India, she was also a honored with a Padma Shri (one of the highest civilian honors in a India) in a 1977. She is also a one of the few Asian women to be a granted an a honorary doctorate by in the University of the Michigan, her alma mater.

 2. Mary Jackson

At a time where racial segregation was a taking place in a full force in a various societies, Mary Jackson emerged as a mathematician and scientist whose unparalleled skills and expertise led her to become a NASA’s first African-American female engineer and also a help in a America’s win at the “Space Race”.

She used her a accomplishments and her position to the  continue to the champion women, especially women of the  color into a joining in the STEM fields within a NASA by a working as both in the Federal Women’s Program Manager in the Office of the Equal Opportunity Programs and as the Affirmative Action Program Manager.

3. Sunita Will-aims

Sunita L. Williams is an a Indian-American who set a great records in her time at the International Space Station (ISS).

With an a M.S. in a Engineering Management, she was also a trained at the  helicopter combat and flew helicopter support a squadrons during in the Persian Gulf War. She flew to the ISS in a 2006 where she made a record of the  totaling 29 hours outside in the spacecraft while a making spacewalks and spending a 195 days in a space, which was a huge for a women in a space at that time. Subsequently, she has a received many honors and awards in her time.

4. Mae Jemison

Mae C. Jemison, with a Bachelor of the  Science in a Chemical Engineering and an a M.D., became in the first African-American female astronaut at the NASA, also a earning in the title of the  Space Mission Specialist where she was a given in the responsibility of the conducting scientific experiments on the crew related to the  weightlessness and motion sickness.

She has also been a honored with a various accolades and honorary doctorates.

5. Flossie Wong-Staal

With a BS in a Bacteriology and PhD in a Molecular Biology, Flossie Wong-Staal is a Chinese-American Virologist, who became in the first scientist to clone HIV and determine how it is a genes work, marking to a huge step in a proving that HIV causes AIDS. In a 2007, Dr. Wong-Staal was a ranked 32 on The Daily Telegraph’s “Top 100 Living Geniuses”.

6. Ruby Hi-rose

Dr. Ruby Hi-rose was a Japanese-American Biochemist and Bacteriologist whose are research lead to the development of the vaccines for a polio and hay fever.

It was a because of her achievements in a Chemistry, she was a one of the few women who was a recognized by the American Chemical Society. She later also a contributed towards developing vaccines against infantile paralysis.

7. Mayly Sánchez

Mayly Sánchez is a Particle Physicist born in a Venezuela who was a bestowed with in the Presidential Early Career Award for a Scientists and Engineers, in the highest honor given to the  scientists. She is known for her experimental work with a work in the field of the experimental long baseline neutrino in a physics.

She is currently an a assistant professor of the  Physics and Astronomy at the Iowa State.

8. Maryam Mirzakhani (1977-2017), whose love of the  pure mathematics helped her win in the Fields Prize.

Maryam Mirzakhani was an a exceptional Iranian mathematician and a professor of the mathematics at the Stanford University. Mirzakhani specialized in a theoretical mathematics that read like a foreign language by those outside of the mathematics: module spaces, Teichmüller theory, hyperbolic geometry, Ergonomic theory, and sympathetic geometry.  Her contributions to the field led her to become in the first Iranian to win the Fields Medal, which is a considered as the mathematical equivalent of the Nobel Peace Prize. You are amazing, Maryam.

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