8. Emma Perry Carr (1880–1972) was an American spectroscopist who taught chemistry at Mount Holyoke College. She was awarded the American Chemical Society’s Francis P. Garvan Medal in 1937.
10. Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1888–1969) published the classic five-volume reference work, The Invertebrates. She received gold medals from the Linnean Society of London and the American Museum of Natural History.
31. Vera Rubin (b. 1928) is an astronomer known for her work on galaxy rotation rates and dark matter. She has received numerous awards and medals and as of June 9, 2013, has co-authored 114 peer-reviewed research papers.
33. Joyce Jacobson Kaufman (b. 1929) was a chemist who introduced the concept of “conformational topology.” She studied as a special student at Johns Hopkins University, which did not normally admit women until 1970. She won numerous awards and honors.
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