A brief overview of two scientists from great women

in actnearn •  last year 

Irene Giulio-Curie:

Mary Corrie's daughter, Irene Julio-Curie, and her husband, Frederick Giulio, were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1935 for discovering industrial radioactivity. Their work was an important precedent for the discovery of uranium fission.
Grace Hopper:

Grace Hopper, known in some quarters as the "grandmother of the computer age," began in 1943 a journey that later became one of the first computer programmers Harvard Mark I by developing the first computer programming language.

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