Phoebe Snetsinger, an American birder who saw more than 8,300 species by the time she died, is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on her 85th birthday.
She was a contemporary of Jean Renoir and Bertold Brecht but Lotte Reiniger will be best remembered for creating the first ever full-length animated movie in cinema history.
A man who took dance classes to impress his mother ended up becoming one of the most inspiring figures during the Great Depression.
On May 25, Google has chosen to celebrate the life of one of Mexico’s greatest and most important poets.
Suzanne Lenglen’s 117th birthday is being celebrated by Google with a Doodle. The French tennis star popularized women’s tennis and won 31 titles from 1914-1926.
Yuri Kochiyama, a Japanese American activist, is being honored with a Google Doodle on what would’ve been her 95th birthday. Here’s what you need to know about her.
Jane Jacobs, a writer and activist known for her work in urban planning, is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on what would’ve been her 100th birthday.
Teachers’ Day is being celebrated on May 3, 2016, with a Google Doodle.
The man you’re looking at on Google’s homepage on April 30 is the person responsible for electronic computing. Not bad.
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.