Neother was born On March 23, 1882 in Erlangen, Germany.
Artist Sophie Diao created the doodle that commemorates all her works.
“The most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began” Einstein described Noether in a letter to the New York Times after her death in 1935.
Her father, Max Noether, was also a mathematician, who taught at the University of Erlangen in Bavaria.
She graduated in 1907 from the University of Erlanger and went to work for free for seven years during those times women were not allowed to teach at university level.
She then moved to University of Gottingen in 1915 and became a member of teaching staff in 1919.
When the Nazi party took power in Germany, Jews were forbidden to teach so she moved to United States in 1933 where she taught at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania.
Noethers theorem states that any system that possesses a differentiable symmetry (a continuous function) has a corresponding law of conservation.
She first proved the theorem in 1915 and it was published in 1918. This theorem has made her work acclaimed globally.
Noether died in Pennsylvania on April 14, 1935.