Asian American Women in Science by Tina Cho
Asian American women are a huge part of scientific discovery. Kazue Togasaki was one of the first Japanese American women to become a doctor. Chien-Shiung Wu was a Chinese American Physicist who worked on top-secret projects. Isabella Aiona Abbott became an expert in marine plant life native to her home of Hawaii. This collection of biographies of 15 brilliant women and how they used their intelligence and determination to overcome challenges and succeed. Whether blasting off to outer space or saving lives, these intelligent and fearless women impacted the world and built a brighter future.
Recommended for ages 8+.
Paperback: 116 pages.
- Product Type: Books
- Collection: Women's History Month Collection