Georgina Ferry – Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin: Patterns, Proteins and Peace: A Life in Science

Dorothy Hodgkin (1910-1994) was renowned for her medically important work on penicillin, vitamin B12 and insulin. Fully engaged with the political and social currents of her time, she participated in some of the greatest upheavals of the 20th century: women’s education; the globalisation of science; the rise and fall of communism; and international peace movements. A wife, mother and grandmother, she cared deeply about the well-being of individuals in all cultures.
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Dr. Adrienne T. Hunter – He Called Me Tin

He Called Me Tin is a story of triumph and perseverance. From childhood distress to an attempt at suicide to being scarred by religion to being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis to the strife of racism and discrimination as a government employee to being assaulted and nearly kidnapped abroad, she has overcome in peace…Dr. Adrienne is an award-winning millennial, one of the worlds leading health informatics scientists, and a courageous global citizen. However, beneath her professional, serene, and bold persona lives a remarkable journey of steadfastness once coated with ambiguity. Bravery and hope prevail….
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Nikola Tesla, Ben Johnston – editor – My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla is a book compiled and edited by Ben Johnston detailing the work of Nikola Tesla. The content was largely drawn from a series of articles that Nikola Tesla had written for Electrical Experimenter magazine in 1919 when he was 63 years old. This particular audiobook has been masterfully crafted to provide the best possible listening experience, from the narration down to the details of audio editing.
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