Congrats to both speakers. Meredith Wadman’s The Vaccine Race (“Scientific anecdotes, historical detail and quirky characters enliven this tale of how researchers developed vaccines against polio, rubella, rabies and more.”) and Liza Mundy’s Code Girls (“Because they were sworn to secrecy, the women recruited to decipher German and Japanese codes were barely known after World War II. Mundy tells their story.”) among the notable works of nonfiction this year recognized by the Washington Post.

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