12 Powerful Posters Of Female Scientists That Every Classroom Needs #WomeninSTEM #ArtTuesday
Beyond Curie is a design project that highlights women in science, technology, engineering + mathematics. Via fastcodesign
The neuroscientist-turned-designer Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya is on a mission to change that. Her project Beyond Curie is a series of graphic posters that highlight 32 female scientists from around the world—perfect for hanging in science classrooms.
“There’s such a rich history of women kicking ass in science, and very few people know about it. Researching their stories, it became really clear we’re standing on the shoulders of giants,” she says. “They were discouraged from getting an education, for fear it would hurt them as wives and mothers. But they persisted. Their stories are inspiring and the world should know their names.”
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