Google is celebrating handwashing pioneer Ignaz Semmelweis with a doodle demonstrating how best to wash your hands to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.
Other Doodles that can be seen on Google homepages across the world include the Autumn Equinox, Nowruz, and Father's Day.
The artists behind the Google Doodle wanted to show how much the women's rights movement has grown since the Suffragettes.
There are around 200,000 Americans, and five million people worldwide, who are "leapers", those born on February 29.
Sir John Tenniel brought Lewis Carroll characters like Alice and the Cheshire Cat to life in "Alice in Wonderland."
Chespirito, the creator of El Chapulín Colorado and El Chavo del Ocho, would have been 91 years old today
The doodle shows a portrait of Anthony on a brick wall, while a line of diverse women wait to vote.
The six gifs feature two aliens in love with messages like "love you to the moon and back" and "you're out of this world."
Today's Google Doodle honors the 60th anniversary of one of the most important moments in the civil rights movement.
Anna May Wong was born in Los Angeles and grew up wanting to be a movie star, giving herself a stage name aged 11.
Google Doodle celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is the first federal holiday named after a modern private citizen.
The game was officially copyrighted in Mexico on this day 106 years ago.
The veteran and artist of the Google Doodle wants to teach children about the importance of honoring their duty.
A profile on Will Rogers, who is honored in today's Google Doodle on what would have been his 140th birthday.
The Halloween Google Doodle features an owl, a tarantula, an octopus, a jaguar, a bat, and a wolf playing trick or treat.
Though she only lived to the age of 30, Sylvia Plath made an indelible mark on the literary world.
A profile on Wanda Rutkiewicz, the third woman to reach Everest's summit and one of the most accomplished mountaineers in history.
A profile on Maria Firmina dos Reis, a Brazilian abolitionist writer and educator, who campaigned to end slavery.
Google Doodles have become a signature of the search engine, with its very first a simple stick figure symbolizing the Burning Man Festival in 1998.
The nachos we've all come to know and love weren't always a staple of global menus, and we have Ignacio "Nacho" García to thank.
Dr. René Favaloro led the way on heart bypass surgery, saving countless lives since performing the first successful operation in 1967.
June 21 marks the longest day and the shortest night in the northern hemisphere.
The popular deep fried dish is the subject of today's Google Doodle.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
The Greek cytopathologist worked with his wife to develop the life-saving medical test.
Lucy Wills changed the face of preventive prenatal care for women everywhere.
"My biggest obsession is to show Africans and the world who the people of Africa really are," Masekela once said.