Barbara McClintock was an American geneticist and remains to be thought of to be one of the world’s most prestigious cytogeneticists. In 1983, McClintock gained the Nobel Prize in Physiology for her discovery of the “jumping gene” or the power of genes to vary position on the chromosome. McClintock passed away in 1992, but her publications nonetheless affect geneticists the world over. Edith Clarke was a pioneering electrical engineer at the turn of the 20th century.
This concern was first added to the agenda of the First Committee in 1988, with India as the main sponsor. In introducing a draft …Read More