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EK Janaki Ammal: The 'nomad' flower scientist India forgot
by Zoya Mateen in Delhi and Anbarasan Ethirajan in London, BBC News
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22 November 2022
On 22 November 2022 BBC News reported:
In March, the magnolias begin blooming at Wisley, a small town in Surrey in the UK, beckoning passers-by to stop and smell them. Few know ... they were planted by EK Janaki Ammal, a scientist who was born in the southern Indian state of Kerala in the 19th Century. ... In 1924, she was teaching at a women's college when she received a prestigious scholarship from the University of Michigan in the US. Eight years later, she became the first Indian woman to be awarded a doctorate in botanical science.
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