BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2016 - DAY 12
Reath Clark King, PhD
In 1963, Dr. Reatha Clark King is the first African American female Chemist to work for the National Bureau of Standards in Washington, D.C. It was there that she conducted work that was extremely important to NASA because of its relevance to the space program. Read more...
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Your heart is about the size of your two hands clasped together
A normal heart valve is about the size of a half dollar
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