Tag: women in physics
A century ago, Emmy Noether published a theorem that would change mathematics and physics. Here’s an all-ages guided tour through…
/Jul 23, 2018
We asked you to help us choose who to highlight next in our poster series celebrating women in science. You…
/Jan 24, 2018
We’re making a second set of posters celebrating pioneering women who changed science. Who should we include?
/Dec 07, 2017
Recognize women who changed science with this free collection of print-at-home posters.
/Oct 18, 2017
Science is meant to be a meritocracy, but anecdotes and evidence indicate that the field – and physics in particular…
/Aug 04, 2017
Scientists and journalists remember a remarkable scientist and human being.
/Dec 27, 2016
They discovered pulsars, found the first evidence of dark matter, pioneered mathematics, radioactivity, nuclear fission, elasticity, and computer programming, and…
/Aug 26, 2016
Emmy Noether Fellow Sarah Shandera finds the best response to lingering inequality in science is to ditch the anger and…
/Oct 21, 2015