On April 5, Symmetry published an article lamenting the dearth of women who enter physics professionally—or at least their lack of visibility. Kate Pachal of the University of Oxford, Barbara Millan Mejias of the University of Zurich, and Sarah Seif El Nasr of the University of Bristol presented 10 recommendations on how to bolster a lasting presence of women in physics. See the full article here.
Keep reading about important (and the importance of) women in physics:
- UCLA’s libraries have created a great site called “Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics.”
- One of the recommendations from the article in Symmetry was to provide a space for women in physics to connect with each other. Here is a good start from APS.
- Another good resource from Fermilab: