Vera Rubin, the astrophysicist who confirmed the existence of dark matter, died Sunday, Dec. 2016 at age What a brilliant woman.
Trailblazing Astronomer Vera Rubin on Science, Stereotypes, and Success
Blisteringly sexy, she killed Nazis with her bare hands and had a 5 million-franc bounty on her head - Page 2 of 2
Nancy "Don't give me that French shit I'm busy killing Nazis" Wake
The Right Way to Remember Rachel Carson
The Right Way to Remember Rachel Carson Not until the end of her life did she write the work for which she is now known. Before then, she had always thought of herself as a poet of the sea. By Jill Lepore
The race to uncover the structure of DNA reveals fascinating insights into how Franklin’s data was key to the double helix model, but the ‘stealing’ myth stems from Watson’s memoir and attitude rather than facts
Helen Brush Jenkins dies at 94; pioneering photojournalist
Helen Brush Jenkins dies at pioneering photojournalist
WWII Story of famed Brit spy, revealed - still living - in Canada
Mary Sherman Morgan America’s first female rocket scientist, credited with the invention of the liquid fuel Hydyne in which powered the Jupiter-C rocket that boosted the United States' first satellite, Explorer
Impressive Americans: Josephine Cochrane received her first patent on the Garis-Cochran Dish-Washing Machine December In her company was bought out by Hobart which is now Whirlpool Corporation.
Matilde Montoya Lafragua: la primera médica mexicana | "Impúdica y peligrosa mujer pretende convertirse en médica"
I have a saying: There is a special place in hell for women who don't.” ― Madeleine Albright United States Ambassador to the United Nations In office January 1993 – January 1997
12 Historical Women Who Gave No Fucks
Dr Elizabeth Blackwell English-born physician Elizabeth Blackwell was the first female MD in the United States. Rejected by many medical schools due to her gender, she ended up getting a place at the Geneva Medical College in New York,
Biochemist Ruby Hirose was known for her groundbreaking contributions to polio vaccine development, and her work on vaccines against infantile paralysis. Hirose was one of 10 women recognized by the American Chemical Society for her work.
UNIT 3 Durning large numbers of women were recruited into jobs vacated by men who had gone to fight in the war. Women's employment rates increased during during from of the working age population in 1914 Women were forced to work during the
Obituary honoring the life of Elisabeth Bing from New York, New York
Nettie Stevens birthday: Three facts you probably didn't know about the pioneering female geneticist