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SCIENCE OR TECHNOLOGY A century after publishing major papers in theoretical mathematics, German-born Emmy Noether continues to challenge and inspire mathematicians with her story and mathematical legacy. 997 words. By Tamar Lichter Blanks, Rutgers University
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