Mildred “Millie” Dresselhaus was taught that there were only three career options open to women: secretary, nurse, or teacher.
Featuring women from all corners of the UK, this unique card game (RRP £7.99) has been designed by the whole team at Invisible Cities and can be played by the whole family.
“In 1953 HeLa cells were the first human cells to be successfully cloned.”
Dr Mary McNeill worked in hospitals in Serbia, Palestine, India and East Africa during and after World War 1.
The Herring Lassies of Scotland were a ‘threat’ to the norms of the day where women were expected to be quiet, work in the home and certainly not travel about. They ‘took the power to themselves’ explained Professor Heddle and ‘chose a voice for themselves’.
The sample was sufficient to “warrant the conclusion that female participation in early big-game hunting was likely nontrivial,” researchers said
“I am delighted that this event will allow us a virtual platform from which to celebrate and recognise their many achievements.”
Monday 8th of March is International Women’s Day. To mark the event the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) partnership have organised an online event.
On March 8th 1884, Susan B. Anthony, argued before the U.S. Judiciary Committee for an amendment to the Constitution for the right of women to have the vote.
“I’ll never know what made him snap”