Katharine Burr Blodgett
01/10/2019 | 1m 9s Video has closed captioning.
Born in Schenectady, this pioneering chemist and physicist became the first women to work as a research scientist at General Electric. During her 40-year career, she became the first woman to earn a doctorate in physics from Cambridge University, invented "invisible" non-reflective glass, and paved the way for generations of women in science research.
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