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Women in science
Often overlooked but incredibly important women!
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Molecular model of penicillin by Dorothy M Crowfoot Hodgkin, England, 1945
Dorothy Mary Crowfoot Hodgkin
1945
Nobel Prize-winning chemist DMC Hodgkin
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valve from Colossus project, 1940-1945
Government Code and Cipher School
1940-1945
A hidden link!
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Poster of Valentina Tereshkova, First woman cosmonaut
1963
Valentina Tereshkova: 1st woman in ***e
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Sokol space suit
1991
Helen Sharman: 1st Briton in ***e.
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'Jason I', de Havilland DH.60G Gipsy Moth
De Havilland Aircraft Company Limited
1928
Amy Johnson, record-setting aviatrix.
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Parsons' steam turbine generator, 1884.
Clarke, Chapman, Parsons and Company
1884
Rachel Mary Parsons, hidden connection
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Orange-flowered plant, encircled by a blue-flowering plant, with red tuber, from an album of 91 drawings entitled 'Merian's Drawings of Surinam Insect, paper (SL,5275.41)
Maria Sibylla Merian
1701-1705
Artist, entomologist and globe-trotter.
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Pampers 'Baby-Dry' disposable nappies
1999
An innovation designed by a woman
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Models showing the fission of uranium 235.
Science Museum
1958
A discovery which both built & destroyed
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Radium teletherapy apparatus, the radium 'bomb', London, England, c. 1930
Ernest Rock Carling
1925-1930
One of the many legacies of Marie Curie
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Crick and Watson's DNA molecular model
Francis Crick
1953
The third part of the DNA story

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