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Lise Meitner; nuclear physicist. Awarded the Nobel prize for her work leading to the discovery of nuclear fission - when women still weren't allowed to attend institutions of higher level education.

Lise Meitner; nuclear physicist. Awarded the Nobel prize for her work leading to the discovery of nuclear fission - when women still weren't allowed to attend institutions of higher level education.

Nellie Bly - 19th century marvel, she was a well known journalist who was famous for her asylum exposé in 1887, Nellie had faked insanity for a better look inside the women’s asylum, another achievement of Nellie's was her journey around the world in 72 days.

Nellie Bly - 19th century marvel, she was a well known journalist who was famous for her asylum exposé in 1887, Nellie had faked insanity for a better look inside the women’s asylum, another achievement of Nellie's was her journey around the world in 72 days.

Going through an opening in the wall in Berlin

Going through an opening in the wall in Berlin

Hypatia- Philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, inventor of the astrolabe, advocate against religious repression and violence. Fearing her strong feminism, intellect, political power and influence, "orthodox" Christians stripped her naked, dragged her body through the street, and stoned her to death.  The mob then burned her body along with the first university and largest library of the time. Most of her work has been lost; her discoveries would not be known again until 1200 years later.

Hypatia- Philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, inventor of the astrolabe, advocate against religious repression and violence. Fearing her strong feminism, intellect, political power and influence, "orthodox" Christians stripped her naked, dragged her body through the street, and stoned her to death. The mob then burned her body along with the first university and largest library of the time. Most of her work has been lost; her discoveries would not be known again until 1200 years later.

Suffragettes ~ 1911 - thank goodness for these brave women! SO WHY DO THE CONSERVATIVES WANT TO UNDO ALL WE HAVE WORKED FOR?? WAKE UP LADIES & GET YOU HEAD OUT OF THE SAND & STAND UP WITH WOMEN & NOT AGAINST!!!

Suffragettes ~ 1911 - thank goodness for these brave women! SO WHY DO THE CONSERVATIVES WANT TO UNDO ALL WE HAVE WORKED FOR?? WAKE UP LADIES & GET YOU HEAD OUT OF THE SAND & STAND UP WITH WOMEN & NOT AGAINST!!!

Marie Curie - Physicist & chemist; winner of 2 Nobel Prizes in 2 different areas. First woman professor at the University of Paris. Famous for the theory of radioactivity and the discovery of polonium and radium.

The Big List of Famous Women Scientists from Around the World

Marie Curie - Physicist & chemist; winner of 2 Nobel Prizes in 2 different areas. First woman professor at the University of Paris. Famous for the theory of radioactivity and the discovery of polonium and radium.

// Simone de Beauvoir, Paris, 1957. Shot by Irving Penn.

// Simone de Beauvoir, Paris, 1957. Shot by Irving Penn.

Bronka Klibanski, 1942.  Jewish resistance. She obtained critical weapons for the Bialystok ghetto revolt, gathered intelligence, rescued other Jews and saved the secret archive of the ghetto; continued her underground activities after the Bialystok ghetto was destroyed, working with five young women to continue rescuing & helping Jews. They also smuggled weapons, supplies and medicine to the partisans in the forests near Bialystok, and were awarded medals as heroines of the USSR after the…

Bronka Klibanski, 1942. Jewish resistance. She obtained critical weapons for the Bialystok ghetto revolt, gathered intelligence, rescued other Jews and saved the secret archive of the ghetto; continued her underground activities after the Bialystok ghetto was destroyed, working with five young women to continue rescuing & helping Jews. They also smuggled weapons, supplies and medicine to the partisans in the forests near Bialystok, and were awarded medals as heroines of the USSR after the…

"As a child, Hillary Clinton wrote to NASA inquiring on how to become an astronaut - NASA replied saying girls could not be astronauts. "

"As a child, Hillary Clinton wrote to NASA inquiring on how to become an astronaut - NASA replied saying girls could not be astronauts. "

Marie Curie : Première femme à recevoir un prix Nobel (1903)

Marie Curie : Première femme à recevoir un prix Nobel (1903)

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