Catherine Whitlock

Throughout history, women have made significant contributions to the field of science, paving the way for future generations. In her book “Ten Women Who Changed Science and the World,” author Catherine Whitlock highlights some of the extraordinary female scientists who have changed the course of history. From Marie Curie, who discovered radium and polonium, to Rita Levi-Montalcini, who discovered the nerve growth factor, these women have not only made remarkable scientific discoveries but have also challenged gender norms and contributed to the advancement of women’s rights. Their stories inspire us to strive for greatness and break down barriers, proving that women are just as capable of achieving great things as men.