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Women in Science & Science Fiction: STEM

Women In STEM

“One of the things that I really strongly believe in is that we need to have more girls interested in math, science, and engineering. We’ve got half the population that is way underrepresented in those fields and that means that we’ve got a whole bunch of talent…not being encouraged the way they need to.”

-- President Barack Obama, February 2013

Early Women in Science

"Early Women In Science includes factoids, highlights, stories, illustrations, publications and fieldbooks from some of natural history’s most remarkable women who began their work prior to 1922. These women were often self-taught, or achieved degrees from prestigious institutions. Not only did they excel at different types of science, but often they were talented illustrators for their scientific fields, as well, and some were even fiction novelists or engaged in other activities."