Trailblazing Women in Science: An Illustrated History

March 7, 2017 Samantha Green

Women have made immeasurable contributions to scientific and scholarly research in the face of discrimination and exclusion. Though many fields are nearing gender parity, there is still work to be done to ensure the research enterprise is truly inclusive.

To commemorate International Women’s Day this year, in this comic strip we are highlighting a small number of the bold thinkers who have opened doors for other women to follow.

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Share your story with our Women in Research Travel Grant Competition. Tell us what you think about inclusion and diversity in your field, and you could win $2,000 USD. For more information, check out today's post on women in research.

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Samantha Green

Society Marketing, Wiley // Samantha Green joined Wiley in 2012, working in the Social Science and Humanities Community Marketing team at Wiley. She now works in the Society Strategy & Marketing creating content on publishing trends and the research community.

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