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  1. Yelp Trends Reveals What's Hot or Not Locally, But Beware of Unreliable Data

    In addition to the $5,000 prize, Yelp is offering an additional $1,000 if a student's work is published in academic papers and up to $500 in travel expenses to present that research. It is dropping a new tool to explore all of those ideas and fads...

  2. Dorothy Hodgkin Google Doodle Celebrates Biochemist

    Hodgkin was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in chemistry in 1964, which she won for discovering the biomolecule structure of the vitamin B12. At the time, she was only the third woman to be awarded the prize, and she is still the only British woman...

  3. Google Doodle Honors Social Work Pioneer Jane Addams and Hull House in Chicago

    She was the first American woman to win the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize, doing so in 1931. Addams, who suffered from a spinal deformity for most of her life, was unable to attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo due to ill health.

  4. Google Doodle Marks 50th Anniversary of King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech

    He also became the youngest person ever awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, when he won it in 1964. Today's Google Doodle celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.s "I Have a Dream" speech, which he gave on August 28, 1963 during the March on Washington for...

  5. Google Doodle Honors Schrödinger's Cat Creator Erwin Schrödinger

    A Google Doodle today celebrates Erwin Schrödinger, a Nobel Prize winning Austrian quantum physicist, who was born on this date 126 years ago. He is most notably famous for a thought experiment called Schrödinger's cat, depicted in the logo with an...

  6. Maria Mitchell Google Doodle Honors First Female Astronomer

    But King Frederick VI of Denmark offered a prize every time a new comet was discovered. American astronomer Maria Mitchell is celebrated in today's Google Doodle. Born 195 years ago today, she discovered a new comet in 1847, which later became...

  7. Rosalind Franklin and Photo 51 Honored in Google Doodle

    Their work earned them a Nobel Prize in 1962, four years after Franklin died of ovarian cancer. On what would have been her 93rd birthday, today's Google Doodle honors Rosalind Franklin. Franklin took an X-ray diffraction image of the DNA molecule...

  8. Google Celebrates Gay Pride Month, Supports LGBT Employees

    Gayglers from all departments of Google formed sub-committees to discuss budget, plan events, order schwag and advertise Pride while keeping an eye on the prize: ensuring the messages of diversity, inclusion and pride are central themes throughout...

  9. How to Create Effective Content to Help SEO & Sales: 3 Top Ideas

    The prize for going the unexpected route for content marketing has to go to OfficeMax. Especially now, most of us do a lot more than simply build links or worry about rankings. We have the added power to attract a large number of potential leads to...