Elizabeth Riddle Graves
Elizabeth found employment there as well, working with Enrico Fermi on the calculations involved in determining the feasibility of a nuclear chain reaction, which eventually led to the development of Chicago Pile-1, the world's first nuclear reactor.
She was one of the few scientists who knew about fast neutron scattering, which was crucial to nuclear weapon design,
Mary Elizabeth Walton was a nineteenth-century American inventor who was awarded two patents for pollution-reducing devices. In 1879, Walton created a method for reducing the environmental hazards of the smoke emitted from locomotive, industrial and residential chimneys.
After the trial received worldwide media attention, survivor accounts of her actions resulted in other authors describing her abuse of prisoners as sadistic, and the image of her as "the concentration camp murderess" was current in post-war German society.
In 2015, she was described as one of the top six most powerful women in oil and gas.
Inspired by the example of Dame May Ogilvie Gordon, one of the first female geologists,
Her biographer described her as "probably the most productive woman field geologist of any country in the late 19th and early 20th centuries."
n 2000 to commemorate her contributions to palaeontology, a new fossilised fern genus Gordonopteris Iorigae was named after her. It was discovered in the Triassic sediments of the Dolomites.
One of the first school shooters was actually a teenage girl
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‘I don’t like Mondays’ was her explanation