Happy #WomenInScience Day!
The world needs science, and science needs women. #WomenInScience publish less, are paid less for their research & don’t progress as far as men in their careers.
Let’s smash stereotypes, defy gender bias and defeat discrimination that holds women and girls back in Science, Tech, Engineering and Math. 👩🔬👩🚀
Try out our quiz below and discover just some of the very many extraordinary #WomenInScience that have made enormous contributions in their fields of expertise.
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What percentage of researchers worldwide are women?
Who was the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize in 1903?
Which European country is home to the largest number of women researchers?
I am a mathematician who calculated the trajectories of Apollo 11, the mission which enabled man to take his first steps on the Moon. Who am I?
Jane Goodall, a British scientist, is considered the world's expert on:
How many women today have received a Nobel Prize in sciences?
I am a British chemist who was instrumental in discovering the structure of DNA. A rover going to Mars in 2021 will bear my first name. Who am I?
Frenchwoman Françoise Barré-Sinoussi received the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for:
What did German astronomer Caroline Herschel discover in the 18th century?
Valentina Tereshkova is one of three Russian cosmonauts heading the Soviet Union’s hall of fame, for what reason?
She is the first and youngest woman to have flown in space with a solo mission on the Vostok 6 on 16 June 1963.
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