Hertha Marks Ayrton, the British inventor, scientist and mathematician, is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 162nd birthday.
Earth Day is being celebrated on April 22, 2016, with a Google Doodle. Find out about the history of the worldwide holiday here.
The man who was dubbed “the Godfather of world music” by George Harrison is celebrated in the April 7 Google Doodle.
On April 6, Google says happy birthday to the first modern Olympic Games.
On April 6, the modern Olympic Games will celebrate its 120 birthday. The first iteration of one of the biggest events in sports took place in Athens, Greece, back in 1896.
The Doodle 4 Google winner for 2016 has been chosen. Akilah Johnson, a high school sophomore from Washington, D.C., is the winning artist.
March 20, 2016 is the first day of spring for the Northern Hemisphere. Google is celebrating the vernal equinox with a Google Doodle. Learn more about the day here!
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated each year on March 17. Here’s what you need to know about the patron saint of Ireland and the history of the holiday.
On March 16, Google has chosen to celebrate the life of the world’s first professional female scientist.
The woman chosen by Google to be celebrated in the March 9 doodle is a performer who “made music from thin air.”
The Google Doodle for February 29 asks the question, “Why is there a leap day?” Find out the answer here.
What is Code a Heart? Why are you seeing #CodedWithLove everywhere? Google Doodle is celebrating Valentine’s Day in a unique way. Here are some great examples.
The Lunar New Year is being celebrated by Google with a Doodle on February 8, 2016, featuring a family of monkeys.
Dmitri Mendeleev, the Russian chemist and inventor, is being honored with a Google Doodle on what would have been his 182nd birthday.
Today’s Google Doodle honors Frederick Douglass, the great African-American writer, social reformer and thinker.