Now reading: Pioneering women of physics
Menu
Close
Close

Take a self-guided tour from quantum to cosmos!

Pioneering women of physics

They discovered pulsars, found the first evidence of dark matter, pioneered mathematics, radioactivity, nuclear fission, elasticity, and computer programming, and have even stopped light.

Related

A round-up of what’s up: the latest news from Perimeter, a look at the recent work of researchers and alumni, gems from the archive, and fun physics for everyone.

/Apr 12, 2022

“Inspiring Future Women in Science” webinar featuring successful women in science and technology draws participants from around the world

/Mar 22, 2022

In the late 19th and early 20th century, a team of scholars at the Harvard College Observatory analyzed nearly half a million  photographs of the stars.  These astronomers discovered the types of stars, created the first modern catalog of stars, and ultimately even discovered what stars are made of. They were all women.

/Feb 08, 2022