Lise Meitner: Women Weren’t Allowed to Attend University. She Self-Studied Her Way to a Doctorate.

She was the first woman in Germany to become a full professor and later run a Physics department. Albert Einstein called her “the German Marie Curie” After World World II, the Allies called her “the Mother of the Atomic Bomb.” And yet, when Hahn, her research partner, was awarded the Nobel Peace price in Chemistry … Read more

15 Trailblazing Female Scientists That Changed The World

Jocelyn Bell Burnell

It’s no secret that women’s achievements in science have often been overlooked. Here are some groundbreaking women in science who didn’t let sexism stop them.