Learn About Multicultural Scientists with Science Online

Learn About Multicultural Scientists with Science Online

Science Online has always been a great place to find helpful lists linking to short biographical articles and other search results on leading computer scientists, physicists, inventors, engineers, environmentalists, astronauts, and mathematicians, all accessible via the Featured People slider on the home page. Now, just in time for Black History Month, that slider has a new section, Multicultural Scientists, that brings together biographical content on Black American scientists as well as underrepresented scientists from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

The Scientists Highlighted in Multicultural Scientists Include:

  • Harvey Washington Banks
  • Sylvia Bozeman
  • George Washington Carver
  • Kenichi Fukui
  • Mary Jackson
  • Mae Carol Jemison
  • Katherine G. Johnson
  • Wangari Maathai
  • Ellen Ochoa
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • Sarah Breedlove Walker
  • Feng Zhang
  • And more!

Multicultural Scientists includes dates of birth and death, a brief descriptor of the person’s achievements, and a link to relevant search results. 

Multicultural Scientists on Science Online

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