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|Birth||October 29, 1711|
Received voting membership in Bologna's Academy of|
Sciences; first public debate, Palazzo Pubblico, on April 17;
presented with a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Bologna on May 12; became a member of
the University of Bologna faculty in the fall
|1738||Married Giovanni Giuseppe Verati on February 7|
|1745||Appointed to full membership in the Benedettini Academics|
|1766||Joined the teaching faculty at the Collegio Montalto|
Professor of Experimental Physics, Institute of Sciences,|
|Death||February 20, 1778|
Laura Bassi, an eighteenth-century Italian scientist, was one of the first women physicists in western history. Bassi's fame spread beyond Italy