Sally Ride had some beautiful things to say. Beautiful things to say about her life, her journey, her pioneering through the worlds of science and space.
The first American woman in space is honored in the May 26th Google Doodle. She was a lesbian who fought to keep teenagers interested in science and space exploration.
Before Sally Ride became the first American woman in space, a journalist asked her if she worried that the mission may hurt her reproductive organs.
A revolutionary female scientist is celebrated in the May 13 Google Doodle.
In addition to crossing the world in 72 days, Nellie Bly also spent ten days living in an insane asylum. All for her journalistic work.
Labour Day is celebrated around the world on May 1, 2015 and is marked by Google with a Google Doodle.
Dame Ngaio Marsh is celebrated on her 122nd birthday with a Google Doodle. Marsh was a New Zealand-born writer known as one of the ‘Queens of Crime.’
For the Earth Day doodle, Google wants you to break a mental sweat.
From Jessica Alba to the App Store, people and organizations across the globe are celebrating the 45th year of Earth Day.
Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 81st anniversary of the most iconic photo of the Loch Ness Monster. The photo was later revealed to have been staged.
The April 14 Google Doodle invites you to play a game.
Leonora Carrington is being honored with a Google Doodle in celebration of her 98th birthday. A British-born Mexican Surrealist artist, Carrington died in 2011.
The Eiffel Tower opened March 31, 1889. Google is celebrating the 126th anniversary of the tower’s opening with a Google Doodle.