St.-Jacques - Lunéville (Lorraine), France 1020717rt(PID:27320717799) Source
posted by alias JohnOD2012 on Sunday 17th of December 2017 12:16:44 AM
Tomb of the Marquise du Châtelet, France's first prominent female scientist. She was a prolific experimenter and writer, and the first woman to have a scientific paper published by the Académie Française (in which she applied the recently developed Newtonian laws of physics to explain the propagation of fire); subsequently, she produced the first translation into French of Newton's ''Principia'', with her own commentary as well as an important expansion of his theories to address the question of total energy. This last work, considered among her most important, was published posthumously, as she completed it only a few months before dying in childbirth at the age of 42...
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