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Creative couples in the sciences [electronic resource] / Helena M. Pycior, Nancy G. Slack, and Pnina G. Abir-Am, editors.

Contributor(s): Pycior, Helena M. (Helena Mary), 1947- | Slack, Nancy G | Abir-Am, Pnina G, 1947-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lives of women in science: Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c1996Description: 1 online resource (xi, 369 p., [16] p. of plates) : ill.ISBN: 0585038813 (electronic bk.); 9780585038810 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Scientist couples -- Biography | BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY -- Science & Technology | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Creative couples in the sciences.DDC classification: 509.2/2 | B Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Pierre Curie and "His eminent collaborator Mme Curie": complementary partners -- Star scientists in a nobelist family: Ir�ene and Fr�ed�eric Joliot-Curie -- Carl and Gerty Cori: a personal recollection -- John and Elizabeth Gould: ornithologists and scientific illustrators, 1829-1841 -- Dispelling the myth of the able assistant: Margaret and William Huggins at work in the Tulse Hill Observatory -- The Comstocks of Cornell: a marriage of interests -- Grace Chisholm Young and William Henry Young: a partnership of itinerant British mathematicians -- Marriage and scientific work in twentieth-century Canada: the Berkeleys in marine biology and the Hoggs in astronomy -- Unusually close companions: Frieda Cobb Blanchard and Frank Nelson Blanchard -- Kathleen and Thomas Lonsdale: forty-three years of spiritual and scientific life together -- Clanging eagles: the marriage and collaboration between two nineteenth-century physicians, Mary Putnam Jacobi and Abraham Jacobi -- "My life is a thing of the past": the Whitmans in zoology and marriage -- Albert Einstein and Mileva Mar�ic: a collaboration that failed to develop -- Sociologists in the vineyard: the careers of Helen MacGill Hughes and Everett Cherrington Hughes -- Botanical and ecological couples: a continuum of relationships -- Patterns of collaboration in turn-of-the-century astronomy: the Campbells and the Maunders -- Collaborative couples who wanted to the change the world: the social policies and personal tensions of the Russells, the Myrdals, and the Mead-Batesons.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [289]-347) and index.

Pierre Curie and "His eminent collaborator Mme Curie": complementary partners -- Star scientists in a nobelist family: Ir�ene and Fr�ed�eric Joliot-Curie -- Carl and Gerty Cori: a personal recollection -- John and Elizabeth Gould: ornithologists and scientific illustrators, 1829-1841 -- Dispelling the myth of the able assistant: Margaret and William Huggins at work in the Tulse Hill Observatory -- The Comstocks of Cornell: a marriage of interests -- Grace Chisholm Young and William Henry Young: a partnership of itinerant British mathematicians -- Marriage and scientific work in twentieth-century Canada: the Berkeleys in marine biology and the Hoggs in astronomy -- Unusually close companions: Frieda Cobb Blanchard and Frank Nelson Blanchard -- Kathleen and Thomas Lonsdale: forty-three years of spiritual and scientific life together -- Clanging eagles: the marriage and collaboration between two nineteenth-century physicians, Mary Putnam Jacobi and Abraham Jacobi -- "My life is a thing of the past": the Whitmans in zoology and marriage -- Albert Einstein and Mileva Mar�ic: a collaboration that failed to develop -- Sociologists in the vineyard: the careers of Helen MacGill Hughes and Everett Cherrington Hughes -- Botanical and ecological couples: a continuum of relationships -- Patterns of collaboration in turn-of-the-century astronomy: the Campbells and the Maunders -- Collaborative couples who wanted to the change the world: the social policies and personal tensions of the Russells, the Myrdals, and the Mead-Batesons.

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