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A stunning cyanotype tribute to Marie Curie, who died on this day in 1934, having revolutionized science and become the first woman to win the Nobel Prize (and to this day the only scientist with two Nobel Prizes in two different sciences) brainpickings.org/2011/05/27/lau…

Alan Turing was born 108 years ago today. He was a computer scientist, a mathematician, a philosopher, and a victim of homophobia. His work saved between 2-14 million lives in WWII. Bigotry and intolerance drove him to suicide. Here is some of what he gave to the world: [1/20]

"Your high independence only reveals the immeasurable distance between us. The blessings in which you, this day, rejoice, are not enjoyed in common." t-t.site/2ux2JoB

Vietnam was early and decisive. Made masks compulsory in March; aggressively tested and traced infections. Result: 355 cases and no deaths!