Her poetry spoke about the complexities of life, love, and death. She was the first Latin American to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Fifty-two years after Marie Curie, society believed women were unsuited for academic or scientific work. Maria Goeppert Mayer pursued her interests, anyway. And she became the second woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics. Early Life Friedrich Goppert, and his wife Maria, lived in Kattowitz (now Katowice, Poland). Their only child, Maria Goeppert Mayer,…… Continue reading The Second Woman to Win the Nobel Prize in Physics
A team of awesome women, Dr. Charpentier and Dr. Doudna, discovered genetic scissors and were awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.