10 Famous Scientist Female

 10 Famous Scientist Female from different fields of Science

In the world of science, countless women have made groundbreaking research, invention and discoveries. Let's learn about 10 famous scientist female and their inventions, whose work make all of us to feel proud. 

Female Scientist Name

Field of Science

Award and Year

Their Invention or Discovery

Marie Curie

Physics, Chemistry

Nobel Prize (Physics - 1903, Chemistry - 1911)

Pioneering research on radioactivity

Rosalind Franklin



Key contributions to the understanding of DNA structure

Jane Goodall


Templeton Prize (2021)

Transformational research on wild chimpanzees

Barbara McClintock


Nobel Prize (Physiology or Medicine - 1983)

Discovery of transposons or "jumping genes".

Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin


Nobel Prize (Chemistry - 1964)

Determining structures of biochemical substances

Ada Lovelace

Mathematics, Computer Science


Contribution to the early development of computer programming

Chien-Shiung Wu



Experimental evidence confirming parity violation.

Rachel Carson

Marine Biology, Conservation


Author of "Silent Spring," raising awareness about pesticides

Barbara Jordan



Significant contributions to astrophysics

Grace Hopper

Computer Science


Development of the first commercial electronic computer

Famous Scientist Female
Famous Scientist Female

🌟 Celebrating Women in Science: 10 Famous Female Scientists 🌟

Dear science students, Females are the gift of God who made this world better to live each and every day. We all have to respect and recognise them in each and every field. Today we are going to learn about 10 famous female scientist and their research inventions, discoveries and lots of work, which really made their field of science grow and shine. We select these famous scientist women from different fields of science. Let's learn more about them:

  1. Marie Curie (1867–1934): Marie curie was a famous scientist female, who won the Nobel Prize in two field of science i.e. Physics and Chemistry. Known for her pioneering research on radioactivity, Marie Curie's work laid the foundation for advancements in medical physics and radiology.
  2. Rosalind Franklin (1920–1958): Rosalind Franklin was an X-ray Crystallographer. She is a key contributor to the understanding of DNA structure. Rosalind Franklin's work was instrumental in the discovery of the DNA double helix, structure of RNA, viruses, coal and graphite. 
  3. Jane Goodall (1934–present): Jane Goodall is a primatologist. Jane Goodall's groundbreaking research on wild chimpanzees transformed our understanding of primates and challenged traditional views on the human-animal relationship.
  4. Barbara McClintock (1902–1992): Barbara McClintock was a famous women scientist, who won Nobel Prize in the field of Physiology/Medicine. She was renowned for her discovery of transposons or "jumping genes," Barbara McClintock's work challenged existing notions of genetic stability.
  5. Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin (1910–1994): Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin was a Nobel Prize winner in the field of Chemistry). She was a pioneer in X-ray crystallography. She determined the structures of important biochemical substances, including penicillin and insulin. 
    Famous Scientist Women
    Famous Scientist Women

  6. Ada Lovelace (1815–1852): Ada Lovelace was a Mathematician and Writer. She was regarded as the world's first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace contributed to Charles Babbage's early mechanical computer, the Analytical Engine.
  7. Chien-Shiung Wu (1912–1997): Madam Chien-Shiung Wu was an experimental Physicist. She provided crucial experimental evidence confirming the theory of parity violation in weak nuclear interactions.
  8. Rachel Carson (1907–1964): Rachel Carson was a famous scientist woman. She was a Marine Biologist and Conservationist. She was also the author of "Silent Spring". Rachel Carson raised awareness about the environmental impact of pesticides, sparking the modern environmental movement.
  9. Barbara Jordan (1936–1996): Barbara Jordan was a famous female scientist (Astrophysicist) in the field of Astrophysics. She was the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in astronomy. Barbara Jordan's contributions to astrophysics have been instrumental.
  10. Grace Hopper (1906–1992): Grace Hopper was a Computer Scientist. She was a pioneer in computer programming. Grace Hopper was instrumental in the development of the first commercial electronic computer and contributed to the development of COBOL programming language.

These extraordinary women have done so much research, invention and discoveries and left an enduring legacy in the world of science and technology. Let's we all celebrate their achievements and continue to support and encourage aspiring women in every field of science and technology. Share this article with women to support and motivate them to learn grow and shine.



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