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Emmy Noether (1882 - 1935) -
an article published in Resonance.

Women Scientists: Reflections, Challenges, and Breaking Boundaries -
Contains portraits of sixty notable female scientists, including eight of the sixteen women Nobel prize winners.

Developing world : The minority - Women are under-represented in physical sciences and in science in the
developing world. Meet three who beat both sets of odds.

Indo-French CEFIPRA seminar on "Women in Science", 3-5 February 2014 @ Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Program Schedule
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  *  Media Coverage/News articles on the Indo-French WiS Seminar
  

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The Council of the Indian Academy of Sciences had in January 2003 constituted a committee on "Women in Science" to look into the issues of women scientists. This led to the formation of a Panel for "Women in Science" (WiS), in January 2005, to study the issues of women scientists and to suggest measures for obtaining suitable solutions. 

The Panel is currently chaired by Prof. Rohini M Godbole. The Panel has undertaken several initiatives towards fulfilling its objectives.

 

Quick Facts :: Women and Science dates back to 4000 years.  
 
2007 Indian Academy of Sciences.