If you are asked who are the greatest scientists of all time? Probably your answer will be Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, or other big names. No doubt those scientists made remarkable discoveries and changed how we understand the world. But women have played a key role in humanity’s scientific advancement though they have faced systemic barriers and gender discrimination throughout history. Let's learn about women's accomplishments and celebrate their scientific achievements in this March-Women's History month.
10 Pioneering Women of History in Science
Ada Lovelace (Dec. 10, 1815-Nov. 27, 1852), Mathematician
Ada Lovelace was an English mathematician and writer. She was the only child of poet Lord Byron and mathematician Lady Byron and was born in England. Her father separated from her mother after a few months of her birth.