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women in STEM
Female Inventive Talent
Brief commentary on one line from JSTOR: An unsigned editorial from an 1870s issue of Scientific American suggests that women can be great inventors, too.
Seven Beautiful Illustrations of Women Scientists You Should Know
When we talk about inspiring girls to study STEM, do we also consider how important it is to ...
Six Women in Science You Should Know
Six female scientists—historical and contemporary—who don’t have much name recognition but who have done important, interesting work.
Vera Rubin was groundbreaking astrophysicist who discovered evidence of dark matter.
How Marie Curie Claimed Credit for Her Scientific Work
Marie Curie was the first major woman scientist to get full credit for her scientific contributions.
The Mother of Ocean Floor Cartography
Marie Tharp's contribution to ocean-floor mapping and the acceptance of plate tectonics wasn't recognized at the time.