Chien-shiung Wu: Pioneering Nuclear Physicist
Infobase Publishing, 2009 - 139 Seiten
Born in China in 1912, Chien-shiung Wu came to the United States to study physics at the University of California at Berkeley. Madame Wu, as she was called, was one of the most distinguished women physicists of her time, and served as the first female president of the American Physical Society in the 1970s.
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