Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World

by Rachel Ignotofsky

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publisher: Ten Speed Press; unabridged edition (July 26, 2016)
lang: English
isbn: 1607749769, 978-1607749769,
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Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World
The result is a smart, inspirational book that's both informative and lovelyIt comes out on Sundays and offers the week's best articles.a clever introduction to women scientists through history.– Science FridayTrue fact: This book is so cool that I had to go steal it back from my fifth grade daughter to review itI wish someone had told me that it was okay to think that math was hard, but that I would get through itThe illustrations really put this book above and beyond and I would like to eventually purchase itIt would be nice to see a book like this with actual pictures when possible and different illustrationsShe did things her way to get the best results, even if it meant working late with her students, who were breaking curfewI got to learn about the trailblazing work of a lot of women in STEM I didn't know of previously, thanks to the well written short biographies complemented by the excellent illustrationsI want to buy a copy for all my friends and especially their kids!Read this slowly within the past few months, with my daughter who just turned five this weekWith its enthusiastic tone and its colorful layout, this inviting introduction to women in science urges its readers to take advantage of their education and to participate in scientific discoveries of their own.” – Rory Dicker, author of A History of U.STogether, we can pick up where they left off and continue the search for knowledge.So go out and tackle new problems, find your answers, and learn everything you can to make your own discoveries!"That pretty much sums up this bookIn addition to Marie Curie, Rosalind Franklin, and Ada Lovelace, the book profiles dozens of less familiar female scientists—African American, Asian, Jewish, Russian, French, in stylish dresses, lab coats, trousers, spacesuits, shorts—whose accomplishments in astronomy, physics, mathematics, biology, psychology, and computer science came as news even to mebeat a dead horse why don't youThe illustrations are lovely, and each woman has a two page spreadIt really makes me wish that I had had a book like this encouraging me to stick with math as a youngster instead of being led to believe math and engineering were boy things and boy jobs.The best thing about this book is that it also includes Women of ColorThis books exposes children to female scientists who are often overlooked in history and science text books and will hopefully help them expand their ideas on what it means to be "Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World" is an illustrated recording of 50 famous female scientists and their contributions in their respective STEM fieldsEven worse, she was feisty, direct, incredibly smart, and twice as sharp as most of her male colleaguesThis is science for everyoneits great to be a geek!Review Copy Gratis Ten Speed Press via Blogging for Books .more flag 3 likesLike see review After making one of the most important discoveries in the history of astronomy, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin still got little recognition, and for decades her gender limited her to work as a technical assistantSep 15, 2016 Book Riot Community added it I love books that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike, and Rachel Ignotofskys Women in Science fits the bill perfectlyGet a FREE Books of the Moment sampler!Woven throughout the micro-biographies are visual factoids like a timeline of notable events in the history of women in science, statistics about the alarming gender gap in STEM fields, and a visual taxonomy of lab toolsMany of the topics were over my nieces headfrankly, some concepts neither my sister nor I fully understoodbut the different brief bios of the women provide a wonderful jumping off point for discussion of science and the evolving role of women in historyThere are the expected trailblazers who have stood as beacons of possibility for decades, even centuries: Ada Lovelace, who became the worlds first de facto computer programmer; Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and to this day the only person awarded a Nobel in two different sciences; Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who once elicited the exclamation Miss Bell, you have made the greatest astronomical discovery of the twentieth century! (and was subsequently excluded from the Nobel she deserved); Maria Sybilla Merian, the 17th-century German naturalist whose studies of butterfly metamorphosis revolutionized entomology and natural history illustration; and Jane Goodall another pioneer who turned her childhood dream into reality against tremendous odds and went on to do more for the understanding of nonhuman consciousness than any scientist before or sinceIn our society where gender stereotypes are still very prevalent, I wish all little science-curious girls could have access to a copy of this book, to know that if they want to do this stuff, they're not aloneInventors and Nobel laureatesMar 19, 2017 Mira rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own, 2017, all-time-favorites, kids, feminism, nonfiction, gorgeous-cover-art Women in Science is 100% awesomeBrain Pickings remains free (and ad-free) and takes me hundreds of hours a month to research and write, and thousands of dollars to sustainABOUT CONTACT SUPPORT SUBSCRIBE Newsletter RSS CONNECT Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr Alsobookshelfliterary jukeboxoriginal artsoundsbites Archives browse by subjectculturebooksartpsychologyhistorysciencephilosophydesignillustrationchildren's booksall subjects surprise me Favorite Reads10 Learnings from 10 Years of Brain PickingsThe Writing of Silent Spring: Rachel Carson and the Culture-Shifting Courage to Speak Inconvenient Truth to Power16 Overall Favorite Books of 2016Timeless Advice on Writing: The Collected Wisdom of Great WritersA Rap on Race: Margaret Mead and James Baldwins Rare Conversation on Forgiveness and the Difference Between Guilt and ResponsibilityMary Oliver on What Attention Really Means and Her Moving Elegy for Her Soul MateRebecca Solnit on Hope in Dark Times, Resisting the Defeatism of Easy Despair, and What Victory Really Means for Movements of Social ChangeThe Science of Stress and How Our Emotions Affect Our Susceptibility to Burnout and DiseaseAgainst Self-Criticism: Adam Phillips on How Our Internal Critics Enslave Us, the Stockholm Syndrome of the Superego, and the Power of Multiple InterpretationsThe Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being AlonePhilosopher Erich Fromm on the Art of Loving and What Is Keeping Us from Mastering ItSusan Sontag on Storytelling, What It Means to Be a Moral Human Being, and Her Advice to WritersAn Antidote to the Age of Anxiety: Alan Watts on Happiness and How to Live with PresenceLeisure, the Basis of Culture: An Obscure German Philosophers Timely 1948 Manifesto for Reclaiming Our Human Dignity in a Culture of WorkaholismFixed vsNot allowed to enter the university building because of her gender, Lise Meitner did her radiochemistry experiments in a dank basement 5d8a9798ff

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