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Mary Jackson: Remembering NASA's First Black Female Engineer
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Mary Jackson: Remembering NASA's First Black Female Engineer

Mary Jackson, an important figure in American history, would& 39;ve been turning 96 years old today, April 9, 2017. She is one of the three African-American protagonists in the new blockbuster movie Hidden Figures that came out this year and is NASA’s first black female engineer. To remember her legacy and the important projects she has done for NASA, we will go through her works and research in the field of aerospace engineering.

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Bill Gates: From Harvard Dropout to World's Second Richest Man

Unless you& 39;ve been living under a rock since the 1970s, you should already know quite a bit about Bill Gates. But for those who don& 39;t, he is the co-founder and head-honcho of the world-dominating Microsoft family.He also happens to be the second richest man in the world (at the time of writing), with an estimated net worth of $109 Billion, according to Forbes.
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Nikola Tesla: The Life and Times of the Genius Who Lit the World

Nikola Tesla, often cited as the & 34;Genius Who Lit the World& 34;, is rightly famed the world over for his contribution to Science and Engineering.His development of AC current and the rotating magnetic field earned him a place in the hall of fame of engineers. Despite this, Tesla died penniless and without the recognition he deserved during his tempestuous life.
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Mary Jackson: Remembering NASA's First Black Female Engineer

Mary Jackson, an important figure in American history, would& 39;ve been turning 96 years old today, April 9, 2017. She is one of the three African-American protagonists in the new blockbuster movie Hidden Figures that came out this year and is NASA’s first black female engineer. To remember her legacy and the important projects she has done for NASA, we will go through her works and research in the field of aerospace engineering.
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Jagadish Chandra Bose: The Father of Modern Wi-Fi

In a world where Leonardo da Vinci was merely a painter, one might say that Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was a scientist. But in the real world, he was much more.The genius born on 30th November 1858 in the Eastern part of British India (the area now being part of Bangladesh) was a physicist, a biologist, a botanist, an archaeologist, an author, and a connoisseur of fine arts.
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