Anna Atkins - (née Children; 16 March 1799 – 9 June 1871) was an English botanist and photographer. She is often considered the first person to publish a book illustrated with photographic images. Some sources claim that she was the first woman to create a photograph.
News items on Indo-French Seminar on 'Women in Science' held between 3rd and 5th February 2015 at IISc Bangalore
Mary Leakey - a British paleoanthropologist who discovered the first fossilized Proconsul skull.
Milla Baldo Ceolin - story of an Italian physicist
"The science of missing women" - an editorial published in 'The Hindu'
"Physicists show bias against female job applicants" - An article published by the Institute of Physics Publishing.
"Anandibai's Quilt" - An article on Anandibai Joshee, the first Indian woman to be trained in western science.
'Fix the system, not the women'
An article in Science which reports issues that need attention in order to remove the hurdles faced by women scientists in their careers.
'This Wadi girl makes a mark at international science camp'
An article on Ms Ammara Farzeen, a XI student from Wadi, Gulbarga who made a mark at the international level as a young scientist.
"On her own terms"
A tribute that has appeared in The Hindu newspaper on Prof. Rajeswari Chatterjee who passed away on September 03, 2010.
"Six Ways to Keep Women in Science"
An article in Science which tells about some methods by which women can improve their science career prospects.
"Women scientists face systemic biases"
An article in The Hindu about the report of the study 'Trained scientific women power: How much are we losing and why?' by the WiS Panel of the Academy.