Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Tim Berners-Lee and Steven Hawking are some of the most celebrated names in science – and with good reason.
Together they laid the foundations of how we understand the world today, one even giving us the internet.
But when it comes to famous female scientists of years gone by, it’s likely the only name (if any) that comes to mind is Marie Curie, and that’s probably for her infamous death.
For those that don’t know, in her pursuit to discover radium, amongst other things, she accidentally poisoned herself.
Happily, today, women have more opportunities in STEM.
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