Women are amazing inventors, explorers, and problem-solvers. Did you know that windshield wipers, Kevlar, and the first solar-powered devices were all created by women? The world's first computer programmer was Ada Lovelace and Marie Curie was the first person to receive two Nobel Prizes.
Celebrate the scientific work of remarkable women and inspire your class with this collection of Science NetLinks and AAAS resources. Students will discover how female scientists have shaped history and hear from young women currently working in STEM fields. From nanotechnology and engineering to green science and ecology, women are at forefront of science and technology.