Read about the women who changed the landscape of science: from pioneers of the ancient world to super-scientists like Marie Curie to unlikely geniuses, such as Hedy Lamarr, and much more.
Women in Science includes scientific pioneers who came up with incredible ideas that changed the world; women who work in the fast-paced world of technology; amazing engineers who build incredible structures; and mathematical geniuses.
Perfect for 7- to 9-year-olds starting to read alone, Level 3 titles include in-depth information presented through more complex sentence structure with increasing amount of text to expand the reader's general knowledge and confidence in reading. Additional information spreads are full of extra facts, developing the topics through a range of nonfiction presentation styles, such as fliers, instructions, and record-breaker statistics.
About the Author
Jen Green is a prolific nonfiction author who has written more than 300 titles for children and adults alike. She obtained her doctorate in English literature from Sussex University, and after spending 15 years in publishing, Green became a full-time writer. She writes on a broad array of subjects, including art, animals, and natural history. From 2012 to 2013 she was a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Sussex.
Table of Contents
Scientists of ancient times 4
Chapter 1 Explorers of science 6
Heroes of healthcare 18
Chapter 2 Engineers and inventors 20
Reach for the stars 30
Chapter 3 Computer scientists 32
Natural scientists 42
Chapter 4 Super scientists 44
Nobel Prize winners 54
Careers in science 56