1) Prof. Indira Nath : Simply a Class Apart
Prof. Indira Nath is the first Indian Woman to win the L'Oreal-UNESCO 2002 award for "Women in Science - Asia/Pacific region". She is also a recepient of Padma Shri (1999) for her contribution to the field of immunology and is considered a world renowed authority on leprosy. She is also a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences since 1988.
2) Indian Women in Antartic Expeditions: A Historical Perspective
A brief technical report on the role of Indian women scientists in the Indian Antartic Programme by the Department of Ocean Development, NCAOR, India.
3) Asia: Shaking up Tradition
A brief insight into the significant changes in the prospects for women scientists in the culturally diverse Asia.
4) Turing Award for a Great Woman Explorer and a Champion of Women in Science
The Turing Award honors Frances Allen, the first woman to receive the nation's top science prize pioneered program optimization - and IBM's product development process.