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Determine the speed of light, and be honored with a Google Doodle - CNET

Google Doodle celebrates of the 340 anniversary of Olaus Roemer's determination of the speed of light.

Top Google search Easter eggs, from Do a Barrel Roll to Kevin Bacon

Kudos to Google for infusing its search engine with warm, human touches like daily homepage doodles and abundant Easter eggs. Join New Atlas as we count down our favorite little jokes and bonuses within Google search results... Continue...Show More Summary

Jagadish Chandra Bose Gets a Google Doodle

Jagadish Chandra Bose has become well-known as a polymath whose résumé features a number of different job titles such as scientist, archaeologist, and science-fiction writer.

Google Doodle Celebrates Scotland’s St. Andrew’s Day

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Join Scots in celebrating with a traditional meal of haggis, neeps and tatties

Google doodle celebrates scientist Jagdish Chandra Bose - CNET

Google honors pioneer in biophysics, radio science and science fiction on his 158th birthday.

Louisa May Alcott Google Doodle Makes Us Want To Read 'Little Women' Again

“I like good strong words that mean something,” Louisa May Alcott writes as Jo March in Little Women. With our current political climate, this quote from Alcott’s iconic novel ? which is loosely based on her own childhood ? holds even more weight. The novelist was born on Nov. Show More Summary

Louisa May Alcott Gets a Google Doodle

Louisa May Alcott has become well-known as the author behind the Little Women series.

Google doodle celebrates the trailblazing author of 'Little Women' - CNET

Louisa May Alcott wrote that "she wanted to do something splendid... that won't be forgotten after I'm dead." Today, she is remembered for her writing, service during the Civil War and fight for women's rights.

Pikachu joins the panel of judges for the Doodle 4 Google creative contest

We're excited to announce that Pikachu has been chosen to help judge this year's Doodle 4 Google contest, where students are invited to design their own version of the Google logo. This contest is open to kids in grades K–12 in the United States. Show More Summary

Google celebrates with a doodle Lebanon’s 73rd Independence Day

Google Doodle is Celebrating Lebanon Independence Day 2016 by posting a beautiful Google Logo on its homepage. Lebanon, officially known as the Lebanese Republic, is celebrating its 73rd independence day. The Lebanese Independence Day is a national day celebrated in remembrance of the 1943 liberation from the French Mandate. The day is usually […]

Google celebrates the life of author James Welch - CNET

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Today's Google Doodle honors the life and work of award-winning author James Welch.

Google celebrates the life of author James Welch - CNET

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Today's Google Doodle honors the life and work of award-winning author James Welch.

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