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Over the centuries, women, people from underrepresented communities, and immigrants overcame prejudices and social obstacles to make remarkable discoveries in science-but they weren't the ones to receive credit in history books. People with more power, money, and prestige were remembered as the inventor of the telephone, the scientists who decoded the structure of DNA, and the doctor who discovered the cause of yellow fever. This book aims to set the record straight and celebrate the nearly forgotten inventors and scientists who shaped our world today.
Bloomsbury Children's Books, 9781547602285, 128pp.
Publication Date: August 31, 2021
About the Author
Ella Schwartz is the author of several books for young readers, including Her Name Was Mary Katharine: The Story of the Only Woman Whose Name Appears on the Declaration of Independence, Can You Crack This Code?, Stolen Science, and Is it Okay to Pee in the Ocean? In addition to writing books, Ella is a cyber security warrior interfacing with the U.S. federal government on strategic technology initiatives. She has a bachelor's and master's degree in engineering from Columbia University. ellabooks.com