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Google Doodle honors handwashing pioneer Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis

Google Doodle honors handwashing pioneer Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis

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For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website. As the deadly coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, health officials advise that one of the best ways you can protect yourself from getting sick or spreading germs is to wash your hands regularly. This may seem pretty obvious today, but…
Google Doodle commemorates physicist Joseph Plateau, whose development resulted in movie theater

Google Doodle commemorates physicist Joseph Plateau, whose development resulted in movie...

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The Google Doodle honoring Belgian physicist Joseph Plateau on Monday is the first with different artwork across different Google surfaces. Google Google on Monday is celebrating the 218th birthday of Belgian physicist Joseph Antoine Plateau with a Doodle that highlights his invention, the phénakistiscope, which created the illusion of a moving image and paved the…
Google Doodle takes you on Apollo 11’s mission to the moon

Google Doodle takes you on Apollo 11’s mission to the moon

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Google marks the 50th anniversary of historic moon landing with an animated video Doodle. Google This story is part of To the Moon, a series exploring humanity's first journey to the lunar surface and our future living and working on the moon. Your Google search is about to take you on a journey few of…
Google Doodle honors Elena Cornaro Piscopia, very first lady with a doctorate

Google Doodle honors Elena Cornaro Piscopia, very first lady with a...

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The Google Doodle for June 5. Google Google's search doodles often take to highlighting the trail blazers that have changed the world. The doodle on June 5 is no exception.  Drawn up by Californian artist Alyssa Winans, Wednesday's doodle shows Elena Cornaro Piscopia, a female scholar from Venice, Italy who in 1678 became the first woman…
Fall under the Google Doodle of a Great Void

Fall under the Google Doodle of a Great Void

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Just like a black hole, this animation will suck you in. Credit: Google The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) needed two years to create the first-ever image of a faraway black hole, but a new Google Doodle that commemorates the landmark achievement came together in a matter of hours. Google Doodle artist Nate Swinehart was sketching…

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