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.More ...
A brief technical report on the role of Indian women scientists in the Indian Antartic Programme by the Department of Ocean Development, NCAOR, India.
A brief insight into the significant changes in the prospects for women scientists in the culturally diverse Asia.
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.