One saved the U.S. space program, another invented a better treatment for leprosy, and a third spawned an industry in the American Midwest. Mary Sherman Morgan, Alice Ball and Rachel Lloyd all had amazing accomplishments in chemistry, but their work was nearly lost to history. Celebrate their work with us in the latest episode of our sub-series, "Legends of Chemistry". Don't forget to subscribe for more legends and chemistry fun: http://bit.ly/ACSReactions
Huge thanks to Raychelle Burks, Ph.D. for her work on this project.
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Words: Noel Waghorn
Producer: Sean Parsons/Fox in the Box
Scientific Consultant/Host: Raychelle Burks, Ph.D.
Time capsule footage courtesy of Mark Griep, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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