Stars, Shells & Bluebells: Women Scientists and Pioneers
Women in Technology and Science, Jan 1, 1997 - Women scientists - 180 pages
"A celebration of the life and work of some of the many women scientists and pioneers associated with Ireland since the late 18th century." --Back cover.
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Ellen Hutchins 17851815 a young botanist who added greatly to
Photographs from the Birr darkroom by Susan Barry
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