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Women in STEM

Female scientists

Jane Goodall

    Jane Goodall Jane Goodall is a name synonymous with groundbreaking research, environmental advocacy, and a deep connection with our closest relatives in the animal kingdom, chimpanzees. Her remarkable journey began in the early 1960s when she embarked on a pioneering study of wild chimpanzees in the Gombe Stream

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Female scientists

Jennifer Doudna & Emmanuelle Charpentier

          Jennifer Doudna & Emmanuelle Charpentier   Jennifer Doudna (USA) and Emmanuelle Charpentier (France) unlocked a powerful tool inspired by nature. In 2012, they discovered how the bacterial immune system CRISPR-Cas9 can be harnessed as “molecular scissors” to precisely edit DNA in various organisms, including humans.

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