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Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Nancy Grace Roman

Dr. Nancy Grace Roman is an amazing woman of NASA. She was born in Nashville, Tennessee on May 16, 1925. Her family moved often; she...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Mary Anning

Mary Anning was not your typical English woman; she was a fossil hunter. Anning was born to a poor family on May 21, 1799 in...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Bessie Coleman

The story of Bessie Coleman is both awe-inspiring and tragic. Faced with poverty, sexism and racism, Coleman paved the way for African Americans and...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Ada Lovelace

This month we celebrate an international holiday. The second Tuesday of the month, Oct. 10, is Ada Lovelace Day. Founded in 2009, this day...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Mina Bissell

Dr. Mina Bissell, whose work changed how we view cancer and the cells it affects, is one of the strongest women in STEM today. Born...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Vera Rubin

Few pioneers made as much impact in their field as Dr. Vera Rubin, whose work with galaxies provided evidence for the existence of Dark...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Rosalind Franklin

Dr. Rosalind Franklin’s story is the perfect example of how women face discrimination in science. Using x-ray diffraction, a technique which allows scientists to see...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu

Nicknamed the “First Lady of Physics” and the “Chinese Madam Curie,” Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu is the perfect example of how an intelligent woman can...

Celebrating Women in STEM: Dr. Patricia Bath

In this weekly column, contributor Maddie Weston highlights the achievements of women in science. Check out UNEWS.COM each week to read about the incredible contributions...
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