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Brilliant Breakthroughs: Mildred Dresselhaus

In 1955, a young scientist named Mildred Dresselhaus was told “women have no place in physics!”. Despite this, she became the “Queen of Carbon” and a champion of women in science. In fact, Mildred invented new techniques for studying carbon atoms and predicted the existence of carbon nanotubes years before their discovery. All hail the queen of carbon, Mildred Dresselhaus! 👑🙌🏽👩🏼‍🔬Be a champion for women in science and share this inspiring story with your queens.

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Brilliant Breakthroughs: Mildred Dresselhaus

In 1955, a young scientist named Mildred Dresselhaus was told “women have no place in physics!”. Despite this, she became the “Queen of Carbon” and a champion of women in science. In fact, Mildred invented new techniques for studying carbon atoms and predicted the existence of carbon nanotubes years before their discovery. All hail the queen of carbon, Mildred Dresselhaus! 👑🙌🏽👩🏼‍🔬Be a champion for women in science and share this inspiring story with your queens.

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