Katsuko Saruhashi


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A young Katsuko Saruhashi sat in primary school watching raindrops slide down a window and wondered what made it rain. Her journey for answers led her to become the first woman to earn a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Tokyo in 1957. Saruhashi is renowned for her groundbreaking ... Katsuko Saruhashi’s 98th Birthday - google.com

Thursday's Google Doodle celebrates pioneering female geochemist Katsuko Saruhashi on what would have been her 98th birthday. Google Doodle Is Celebrating Katsuko Saruhashi. Here's Why

Born in Tokyo in 1920, Japanese scientist Katsuko Saruhashi is remembered as one of the pioneers in her field. Among her many achievements include the test she did to show that nuclear test in the ocean should be limited. Katsuko Saruhashi: 10 Things To Know About The Feminist ...

Google is honouring Katsuko Saruhashi, a Japanese scientist who did pioneering work in her field – and then inspired many more like herself to do the same. Who was Katsuko Saruhashi? Google commemorates feminist ...

Katsuko Saruhashi was the first scientist to accurately measure carbonic acid in water. Katsuko Saruhashi: Google Doodle pays tribute to geochemist

Today's Google Doodle celebrates the work of geochemist Katsuko Saruhashi. It's partly thanks to Saruhashi's work that underwater nuclear tests are now banned by treaty. Thursday's Google Doodle Honors Geochemist Katsuko Saruhashi

Katsuko Saruhashi: Japanese Geochemist Who Fought For Women's Rights, Equality Katsuko Saruhashi instituted the Saruhashi Prize, awarded annually since 1981, for outstanding Japanese woman researchers. Katsuko Saruhashi Google Doodle: All You Need To Know ...

Katsuko Saruhashi brought a deeper understanding of water and radiation to the science community. Katsuko Saruhashi Google Doodle: Quotes From the Geochemist

Described as one of the greatest Japanese scientists, Katsuko Saruhashi would have been 98 years on Thursday. Katsuko Saruhashi: Why Google honours her today | Japan ...

Katsuko Saruhashi (Tokyo, 22 marzo 1920 – Tokyo, 29 settembre 2007) è stata una scienziata giapponese.. Biografia. È stata la prima scienziata ad aver misurato il livello di anidride carbonica nell'acqua di mare e anche a mostrare i pericoli della ricaduta radioattiva nell'atmosfera e nell'acqua del mare stessa. Katsuko Saruhashi - Wikipedia

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