Woman Scientist Robbed of Nobel Prize, Now Wins $3M
Jocelyn Bell Burnell made an important astrophysics discovery as a graduate student in 1967 known as the radio pulsar, which ultimately won the 1974 Nobel Prize. But you wouldn’t know it because the Nobel Prize was handed to her male professor. Today, not only is Bell Burnell getting the recognition she deserves, but a million-dollar prize to match.
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