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Ada Lovelace Day: Where are the women in science? Right here ...

15 October 2013

On Ada Lovelace Day, Suzi Gage considers in the Daily Telegraph the most influential and inspirational female scientists who have helped shape who she is – and the world as we know it.

On Ada Lovelace Day, Suzi Gage considers in the Daily Telegraph the most influential and inspirational female scientists who have helped shape who she is – and the world as we know it. They include: Jean Golding, Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Athene Donald, Sophie Scott, Helen Czerski, Helen Sharman, Angela Attwood, Barbara Sahakian, Dorothy Hodgkin, Elizabeth Blackwell.

 

Suzi worked in the School of Experimental Psychology prior to undertaking a PhD in Social Medicine in the School of Social and Community Medicine.

 

 

 

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