Google Doodle Celebrates Mario Molina, Scientist Who Revealed Ozone Threat
Google is celebrating the 80th birth anniversary of Nobel Prize winner chemist and environmental scientist Mario Molina. The company marked the birth anniversary of the Mexican scientist who pioneered the task of convincing governments to come together to save the earth’s protective ozone layer with its Google – Doodle.
Mario Molina, born in Mexico City of Mexico on March 19, 1943 co-won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1995 for his role in discovering the threat to the Earth’s ozone layer from chlorofluorocarbon gases or CFCs.
“A co-recipient of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Dr. Molina was one of the researchers who exposed how chemicals deplete Earth’s ozone shield, which is vital to protecting humans, plants, and wildlife from harmful ultraviolet light,” stated Google.