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Travelling in time seeking scientists.
MINDS #1 - My name is Ipazia
The first great woman scientist in history.
MINDS#2 – My name is Walter Bauer
The German chemist played a key role in the discovery of Plexiglas.
MINDS#3 – My name is Ada Lovelace
The English mathematician could be called the first female computer nerd in history.
MINDS#4 – Our names are Linus, Robert and Walter
What does croquet have to do with molecular modelling?
MINDS#5 – My name is William Robert Grove
The Welsh scientist was a pioneer of sustainable energy generation.
MINDS#6 – My name is Jonas Salk
The story of the US doctor who discovered the polio vaccine.
MINDS#7 – My name is Arthur Eddington
The astrophysicist was the first to speculate about the possibility of magnetic confinement fusion.
MINDS#8 – My name is Margaret Hamilton
The US mathematician created the software that allowed the moon landing to take place.
MINDS#9 – My name is Marie Curie
Two Nobel Prizes and an eminent place among history's greatest scientists.
MINDS#10 – My name is John Nash
Nothing can limit our abilities. John Nash, the story of an extraordinary mind.
MINDS#11 – My name is Sibrandus Stratingh
Electric vehicles from the 1800s? Sustainable mobility has come a long way!
MINDS#12 – My name is Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman
The physicist who saw the colour of the sea in a different light.
MINDS#13 – My name is Robert Davidson
The man who saw the future (and made it happen) in 1842: Robert Davidson.
MINDS#14 – My name is Pierre Simon Girard
Waves, an engineer and an intuition: harnessing the energy produced by the motion of waves.
MINDS#15 – My name is Patrick Duffy
What if we told you that the first plant component for biofuels was discovered by chance in 1853?
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