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Google Technology & Science Doodles

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Google's Technology & Science Doodles

Do you remember seeing a cool Doodle on the Google search page and would like to find it again? Would you like to see not only the Doodle that piqued your interest, but ALL of the Doodles that Google has ever published? You can do that, but what might be more useful would a page full of all the technology- and science-related Doodles (click large image below) or some other specific topic. Fortunately, there is an easy way to find what you want by going to the Google website and typing "google doodles" into the search box, or just go to www.google.com/doodles. Once you get there, enter the specific event that interests you. Since some events have Doodles in more than one year, add a year to your search to narrow down returns.

Doodles have been created to commemorate, among other topics:

  • Hidetsugu Yagi's birthday Google Doodle - RF Cafe Hidetsugu Yagi's birthday
  • Claude Shanon's Birthday Google Doodle - RF Cafe Claude Shannon's birthday
  • Arecibo Radio Telescope transmission
  • Grace Hopper Google Doodle - RF Cafe Grace Hopper's coining of the the computer term "bug"
  • Robert Noyce's Birthday Google Doodle - RF Cafe Robert Noyce's birthday
  • Large Hadron Collider Google Doodle - RF Cafe Large Hadron Collider
  • First Laser google Doodle - RF Cafe Invention of the First Laser
  • Buckyball Google Doodle - RF Cafe Anniversary of the Buckyball
  • Star Trek Google Doodle - RF Cafe Star Trek
  • Canada Day 2006 Google Doodle - RF Cafe Canada Day
  • Bruce Lee Google Doodle - RF Cafe Bruce Lee's 125th birthday
  • Thomas Edison's birthday Google Doodle - RF Cafe Thomas Edison's birthday
  • Thanksgiving Day Google Doodle (Snoopy & Woodstock) - RF Cafe Thanksgiving Day



Posted July 3, 2020
(updated from original post on 11/22/2013)

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