Cheating women in science

Cheating Women Cheating women in science

When Vera Rubin was a 10-year-old girl in Washington, D.C., she watched enchanted as the night sky rotated outside her north-facing bedroom window. At 14, she made her first telescope from a cardboard tube. Her ardor was so intense that she won a scholarship to Vassar and was its only astronomy graduate in 1948. She […]