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Did you know Florence Nightingale created a technique to fight infections in hospitals two hundred years ago? Or that, after the US Civil War ended in 1865, the government hired war widows as 'human computers'? From calculating comet showers to cracking Japanese naval codes and more, here are the historic women that shaped today's tech. You might be surprised.

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