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Women in the Biological Sciences free pdf Biology textbooks and books on the history of science generally give a limited picture of the roles women have played in the growth and development of the biological sciences, mentioning primarily the Nobel laureates. This book provides a definitive archival collection of essays on a larger group of women, profiling both their work and their lives. The volume includes 65 representative women from different countries and eras, and from as many branches of biological investigation as possible. In addition to biographical information and an evaluation of the woman's career and significance, each entry provides a full bibliographic listing of works by and about the subject. The volume includes entries on women who have gained recognition through attainment of advanced degrees despite familial and societal pressures, innovative research results, influence exerted in teaching and guidance of students, active participation and leadership in professional societies, extensive scholarly publication, participation on journal editorial boards, extensive field experience, and influence on public and political scientific policymaking. A woman was considered eligible for inclusion if she met several of these criteria. Providing a historical perspective, the book is limited to women who were born before 1930 or are deceased.

About Carol A. Biermann

LOUISE S. GRINSTEIN is Professor Emerita of Mathematics and Computer Science at Kingsborough Community College of CUNY. She is also the coeditor of Women in Chemistry and Physics: A Biobibliographic Sourcebook (Greenwood, 1993) and Women in Mathematics: A Biobibliographic Sourcebook (Greenwood, 1987). CAROL A. BIERMANN is Professor of Biological Sciences at Kingsborough Community College of CUNY. She is the author of numerous articles and papers. ROSE K. ROSE is Professor of Physical Sciences at Kingsborough Community College of CUNY. She is the author of several articles and books, and coeditor (with Louise S. Grinstein) of Women in Chemistry and Physics (Greenwood, 1993).

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Author : Carol A. Biermann
Publisher : Greenwood Press
Data Published : 16 July 1997
ISBN : 0313291802
EAN : 9780313291807
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 640 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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