Women in Science - How They Changed the World
Updated: Mar 12
Seven stories of women scientists determined to bring their discoveries to the world.
In our latest British history podcast, you will find out about the extraordinary astronomer Caroline Herschel, who identified eight comets and discovered a galaxy.
Hear about Mary Anning, the pioneering fossil hunter who left us with a famous tongue twister.
Discover the story of Ada Lovelace, the creator of the world’s first computer programme.
Find out how nurse Florence Nightingale stopped hospitals from killing their patients with a pie chart.
Listen to the story of inventor Hertha Ayerton, who saved thousands of soldiers from gas poisoning.
Hear how brilliant chemist Rosalind Franklin was robbed of a Nobel prize by male her colleagues.
Listen to the story of Dorothy Hodgkin, Britain’s first - and only - female Nobel winner.
All in our Women in Science history podcast.