A Brief History of Brilliant Women

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A Brief History of Brilliant Women

by KirtB » Fri Aug 11, 2017 1:33 pm

A Brief History of Brilliant Women

I don't normally abet promotions involving group identity angles, but since this article appeared (perhaps not coincidently) around the date that Hedy Lamarr was awarded her patent for frequency hopping spread spectrum (see the RF Cafe commemorative logo for August 11), I decided to go ahead and link to it. "Women in engineering have produced some of the greatest achievements in engineering, yet most endured harsh inequalities - some of which continue today in various forms. Female engineers will never have equal footing with their male counterparts. This is not to imply anything in terms of ..." http://www.mwrf.com/community/brief-history-brilliant-women