Pulsars could not have been discovered without work that Burnell did. Her identification of pulsing radio waves and her recognition of the pulses running on sidereal time make Burnell a major contributor to the discovery of pulsars and founder of a new field in astronomy. Her work earned a Nobel Prize without her being recognized, which makes Jocelyn bell Burnell the most deserving astronomer of the Nobel
Annie cherished education and went to the religious school in Provo Utah. There she met her husband Myron Tanner. Annie was the second wife of Mr. Tanner and would not except marriage without first talking to his first wife Jennie. Because of new laws being past by the U.S. government polygamy was illegal in the territory. Knowing this Annie still married Mr. Tanner on December 27th, 1883.
Subsequently, she spent 10 years travelling the world to investigate her quest ("Annie Leonard"). She has been to many countries all over the world, examining toxic sites, meeting and talking to people from the adversely impacted societies ("Annie Leonard"). So that provided her with enough experience and evidence to carry on her project. In addition to Leonard's high credibility, the project was well-studied as it showed a perfect problem analysis and profound investigation. Besides, it is not a grey-haired project as it was published in 2007 so the content is clearly controversial and reliable.
The time period encouraged scientific expansion, which helped enable Norman to approach his work in a fearless, explorative manner. Before my interview, I imagined Norman might have had to go through numerous obstacles in order to achieve his success, but during the interview he informed me that wasn't the case; He said, “I had a very easy life, as an oceanographer, I could do what I wanted to do. There wasn’t a lot of pressure on me to do a lot of things. My whole life I studied what I wanted to study and did what I wanted to do.” Norman’s ethnicity and gender allowed him to succeed with little conflict, as being a white male in the time period, he was at an evident advantage. However, as a scientist, it appears to me that he was more comfortable with scientific ideas and exploration than he was with inter-personal relationships.
She worked with abstract concepts and made them easier for others to understand. In her lifetime, Emmy broke down many barriers for women in the field of math. She died in 1935 from a postoperative infection after surgery to remove a uterine tumor. Bruno, L. C., & Baker, L. W. (1999). Math and mathematicians: The history of math discoveries around the world.
Anna Comnena was a well educated person in many ways. For example, on pages 33-35, Anna Comnena gets the some of the education of what we learn today such as geometry and statecraft. Anna also got the knowledge of diplomacy, the study of managing international affairs, from her grandmother: Anna Dalassena. I think that with these two types of educations, Anna could rule the Roman empire quite efficiently. Anna could also keep her rule going on for a long time.
O’Connell, 2016 Lin continued to work and lecture while raising her girls. By the end of the 90s, her work involved two of her favorite things, nature and science. She formed a new style using satellite and aerial mapping and advanced sonar resonance
Christopher’s death during Alan’s time at Sherborne lead to his scientific fascination with the mind and brain that lead to his works later in life. Alan attended King’s College, Cambridge from 1931-1934 where he graduated with first-class honours in mathematics and in his dissertation proved the central limit theorem, granting to be elected a fellow at the school upon graduation. From 1932 to 1935, Alan pursued a masters in quantum mechanics, probability, and logic also at
Regardless of not having an education, Anne became a very bright and opinionated woman. She became a religious leader in Boston, Massachusetts, and influenced many people around her. Moreover, Anne proposed many religious ideas and challenged the views of the people, but her claims brought along conflict which ended in dire punishment for Anne. Inspirations from her