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In The Britannica Guide to the World's Most Influential People, readers will get to know the foremost minds within technology, medicine, military, religion, and entertainment. Each figure's life and accomplishments are put into context, showing how their contributions changed the world we live in.
The Encyclopedia of Nobel Laureates (1901-2017) published by Panther Publishers showcases brief biographical sketches and summary of individual achievements of the 923 Nobel Prize winners in the last 117 years since the time the first Nobel Prize was awarded.
People You Should Know introduces readers to some of the most remarkable scientists, mathematicians, and world leaders of all time - individuals who are well worth knowing on a personal and professional level.
This book tells the lives of twenty-five female scientists, with specific attention to astronomers and mathematicians. The book will be of interest to all who wish to learn more about the women from antiquity to the nineteenth century who played such key roles in the history of astronomy and science despite living and working in largely male-dominated worlds.