Google Honors Danish Biochemist Responsible for the pH Scale – SPL Sørensen

Google Doodle honors pH scale

Søren Peder Lauritz Sørensen or S.P.L.  Sørensen, was a Danish biochemist who is most known for his introduction of the pH scale in 1909 while studying the effect of ion Continue Reading

Google Doodle Honors Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss—Learn Why!

Gauss Google Doodle

Celebrate the “Prince of Mathematicians” – Johann Gauss! Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss was born 241 years ago on April 30th in Germany, and is often praised as the “Prince of Continue Reading

Katsuko Saruhashi – Made Waves In Seas and For Women in Science

Katsuko Saruhashi

Once again, Google Doodle is taking the opportunity to honor great minds in various fields of science. They paid tribute on March 22nd to geochemist, Katsuko Saruhashi, who would have Continue Reading

Sir William Henry Perkin: The 18-Year-Old Chemist That Changed The World of Fashion

Perkin

On March 12th, 2018, Google Doodle honored the 180th birthday of British chemist, Sir William Henry Perkin, who is best known for his accidental discovery of the first synthetic organic Continue Reading