Science magazine's Issue on women:
The March 11 issue of "Science"
(published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science)
has the following title on the front cover:
Women in Science 1994
The Policy Forum section covers:
"Status and Prospects of Women in Science in Europe" by M. Osborn, and
"Interventions to Increase the Participation of Women in Physics"
by M.S. Dresselhaus, J.R. Franz and B.C. Clark.
The article featuring the title on the cover has the follwing sections:
The Summer 1994 Mothering magazine (#71, Summer 1994) has a great
article titled "In Search of the Mothers of Invention" by Sue
Smith-Heavenrich. It includes an almost full page picture of Grace
Hopper. It mentions women who hold patents, women inventors,
scientists, medicine researchers.... includes women of various ethenic
and racial backgrounds...includes a bibliography and some address for
- Overview: Surprises Accross the Cultural Divide
- Germany: The Back-breaking Work of Scientist-Homemakers
- Fighting for Day Care at the Lab
- Post Unification Blues
- Italy: Warm Climate for Women on the Mediterranean
- Sweden: Leveling the Playing Field in Stockholm
- Turkey: A Prominent Role on a Stage Set by History
- The Phillipines: Fighting the Patriarchy in Growing Numbers
- India: Is Overcomming "Diffidence" the Route to Success?
The byline on Sue Smith-Heavenrich says "a writer and biologist, is
currently studying the beneficial role of spiders in Agriculture. She
and her husband Lou Heavenrich homeschool their sons Coulter(7) and
Toby(4) in Candor, New York."
Mothering is an alternative magazine available at larger bookstores,
health food stores, and a variety of other places. Mothering can be
reached a 1-800-827-1061 or PO Box 1690, Santa Fe, NM 87504