Women Win Honors in Science (Oct, 1936)

Women Win Honors in Science

Miss Henrieite Swope, daughter of Gerard Swope, it pictured at Ak-Bulak, U. S. S. R., where she viewed the recent solar eclipse.

Dr. Maud Slye of the University of Chicago, above, soon will publish her conclusions regarding the inheritance of cancer based upon the breeding of 130,000 mice in the past 25 years. Engineer Vera S. Glebovskaya, at right, tests in Leningrad an inclinometer used to determine the incline of oil well shafts.

Irene Joliot-Curie has been appointed Undersecretary for Research in France.

For 27 years. Miss Edith M. Wallace has spent her days drawing mutations of the vinegar fly. She is pictured in her laboratory at Pasadena, California.

Miss Gloria Hollister, a Fellow of the New York Zoological Society, is pictured watching a native pan gold in British Guiana where her expedition discovered 43 waterfalls from airplanes.

  1. Stannous says: December 14, 20075:04 pm

    And 71 years later their lives and work are readily available on the net:
    Henrietta Swope (The Swope Telescope at the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile is named in her honor):
    Maude Slye (discredited a prevailing theory that stated cancer was contagious):
    Joliot Curie (won 1935 Nobel):
    Edith M Wallace (her illustrations are still used on papers recently published)
    Gloria Hollister (would become known for her conservationist work as well):

  2. Firebrand38 says: December 15, 20078:14 am

    Feel better?

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