At a time when the earth's population belatedly bleats its rising concern for an environment that threatens to extinguish life in any form, a highly buffed nose is all that recalls the brilliant career of MIT's first woman student; its first woman graduate; and its first woman faculty member - the First Lady of Science and Technology 100 years ago.
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