Notable Women in the Physical Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary

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spent in the laboratory, devoted much time to her two children, Hélène and Pierre. Both became brilliant researchers: Hélène, like her mother and grandmother, in nuclear physics, and Pierre, in biophysics.


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CLARA A. CALLAHAN


MADELEINE M. JOULLIÉ (1927- ) Chemist
Birth March 29, 1927
1949 B.Sc., chemistry, Simmons College
1950 M.Sc., chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
1953 Ph.D., chemistry, University of Pennsylvania

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