You may know Marie Curie's name, but do you know her story and what she contributed to the scientific community? In their second episode in the Under Appreciated Scientists in History series, Mel and Corey take a look at Madame Curie's life and what makes her so remarkable.
In the first episode of their "Underrepresented Scientists" series, Corey and Mel feature George Washington Carver. Often misrepresented as the "inventor of peanut butter", Carver was a prominent African-American historical figure who played a critical role in rebuilding the southern economy after the Civil War. His scientific accomplishments and product inventions supported southern agriculture in the face of soil depletion and pests. Join us as we celebrate his outstanding contributions!