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Not that Marie Curie wasn't important, because she was, but she wouldn't have been Marie Curie if there weren't other women who came before her to pave the way. They may not be household names, but they are just as deserving of a Google Doodle for their birthdays.

Here is a quick list of 10 female scientists you should know. Compiled by the Smithsonian.


And to celebrate all these awesome women and their influences, I am going to go blow stuff up later with some Girl Scouts from District X. Because nothing beats blowing stuff up for the sake of science.

And as always, children, safety third.* 





*Okay. I may have been watching too many episodes of Rocket City Rednecks to motivate my Physics homework. I blame their adorable Southern accents. 
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