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By Joyce A. Tyldesley

For over a decade Nefertiti, spouse of the heretic king Akhenatem, was once the main influential lady within the Bronze Age. Her picture and identify have been celebrated all through Egypt and her destiny appeared golden. without notice Nefertiti disappeared from the royal family members, vanishing so thoroughly that it used to be as though she had by no means been. No checklist survives to aspect her demise, no monument serves to mourn her passing and to this present day her finish continues to be an enigma. Joyce Tyldesley presents an in depth dialogue of the lifestyles and occasions of Nefertiti, set opposed to the heritage of the ephemeral Amarna courtroom.

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Such outstanding young scientists as Stanislaw Mrozowski, a Polish molecular spectroscopist, and his wife, Irena, came to study at the University of Chicago before Poland was occupied. With close family trapped behind Nazi lines, they were not allowed to do secret work. They remained at the University of Chicago as instructors during the war (Mrozowski 1991). The Manhattan Project badly needed Elizabeth Rona's expertise on polonium, but because her family remained in Hungary, she had to help the project unofficially — often via a friend who would ask, “I was wondering whether you knew.

They accounted for 9 percent of the 51,000 employees at Hanford in 1944, when the site's staff was at its largest (Williams 1993). At Los Alamos, where tight security made it difficult to hire people who did not already live on the site, opportunities for women may have been even greater. In September 1943, some sixty women Page 14 worked in the Technical Area at Los Alamos. By October 1944, about 30 percent, or 200 members of the labor force in the Tech Area, the hospital, and the schools were women (Hoddeson et al.

As children, we were deeply affected by stories of the war and fascinated by descriptions of the atomic bomb. What we read and heard influenced our eventual decisions on educations and careers. But we still knew very little about this immense project. We both became physicists and have been privy to professional gossip, but we accepted the story that the development of the atomic bomb had been an exclusively male activity. There seemed no reason to doubt it. D. had contributed to the creation of the first controlled, self- Page 2 sustaining, nuclear chain reaction, we had little idea that other women had made substantial technical contributions.

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