Related to your email and reference to Marie Curie.
One name to be considered is that of Stanislaw Halas (passed away in 2017) from Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Stable Isotope Laboratory.
The publications of the lab (on a wide range of topics) are covering a 40 years time span and may be found on Data Bases as Research Gate or Scopus.
Stan liked a lot Research Gate and also Facebook, you may find the link to the RG account below:
As Stan unsubscribed Isogeochem his name is not present on recent posting.
University of Salzburg, Salzburg & Universal Museum Joanneum, Graz
On 10 Oct 2020, at 07:05, Stephen Romaniello <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I am really tired of showing all old white dudes in my isotope geochemistry class. I知 hoping to put together a more diverse list of names and faces I can include. There are some obvious ones (Curie for example) but I could use a broader list. While I would welcome all suggestions, in particular I was hoping to make a list of indigenous isotope geochemists for Indigenous People痴 day on Monday.
Can the collective hive mind help me out here?
I wonder if we could get a bit of funding from AGU or the Geochemical Society to help write Wikipedia pages sharing the stories of these more diverse contributions to our field.
Stephen Romaniello, PhD
Gerald D. Sisk Associate Professor of Isotope Geochemistry
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
University of Tennessee Knoxville
Knoxville TN 37916