List of Female Scientists Before The 21st Century

List Of Female Scientists Before The 21st Century

This is an historical list, intended to deal with the time period when women working in science were rare. For this reason, this list ends with the 20th century.

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List Of Female Scientists Before The 21st Century - 20th Century - Physics
... Catrina Bryce (1956–), Scottish laser scientist Nina Byers (1930–), American physicist Yvette Cauchois (1908–1999), French physicist Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat (1923–), French theoretical physicist. 1915–1981) Anna Nagurney Canadian-born, US operations researcher/management scientist focusing on networks Chiara Nappi, Italian American physicist Ann Nelson (1958–), American physicist ...

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