American Women in Technology: An Encyclopedia

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ABC-CLIO, Jan 1, 2000 - Reference - 384 pages
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"American Women in Technology: An Encyclopedia" tells the fascinating story of women's contributions to numerous fields, including aerospace, engineering, information technology, telecommunications, and medical technology. Entries focus on technological events that opened scientific areas to women, biographies of women who made important contributions to technology, and organizations that aided women to enter specialties ranging from astrophysics and aerospace to telecommunications and textiles.

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This one-volume encyclopedia provides brief descriptions of the contributions women have made to technology. The authors, all writers specializing in science education, have broadened the definition ... Read full review

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LINDA ZIERDT-WARSHAW is a science editor and writer.

Winkler has worked several years in science education, most recently as a science resource specialist.

Bernstein has founded and directed science education programs for gifted students as well as taught science at the elementary and secondary school levels.

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