How 19th-century paleontologist Mary Anning’s name ended up on Mars; Richard Milner; Grunge

Anning, without formal education or training, was integral to the early days of “natural science.” She not only transcended class barriers to eventually catch the attention of prominent individuals such as English geologist Adam Sedgwick, but also gender barriers that deemed her ventures unheard of.

Source: How 19th-century paleontologist Mary Anning’s name ended up on Mars

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