Science and Technology for Women in Terc Media Library

Until 29 January, the media library of the Terrace offers an exhibition coordinated by the Mendes-France space in Poitiers on the role of women in some scientific progress.

As part of the Science Book 2022 coordinated by the Mendes-France Space in Poitiers and whose theme this year is “Arts and Science,” women are in the spotlight this month at the Terrace Media Library in January. , an exhibition titled art and science changed the world Presents by January 31st, these researchers and inventors, many of whom have excelled in various fields. Often left in the shadows, they have nonetheless contributed to advance and modernize our societies.

twenty three women
who shook the world

“From fundamental physics to major technological advances, from genetics to artistic revolutions, including innovations essential to computing and practical life, women researchers and inventors have built our world and transformed our daily lives”, Indicate the services of the Poitevin space.
So, every day, from Ada Lovelace’s computer programming to Rosalind Franklin’s DNA structure, to Elizabeth Magee’s “real” monopoly, every day, without knowing it, we peruse the inventions of talented pioneers who not only pursue their dreams They know how to grow, but they also know how to pursue their dreams. The territory, considered by many to be reserved for men, but paved the way for all others. However, some people have enjoyed the fame and recognition they deserve. The exhibition thus makes it possible to (again) discover 23 women from all four corners of the world in their eras and in very different disciplines. This . was born from a file published in women here and elsewhere, a magazine that highlights everything women do in France and around the world and is part of the Science en Mouvement d’Als, which aims to promote women’s professional careers and fight against the stereotypes and inequalities that plague scientists affect circles. and entrepreneurship.

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selection of books
more documents

Also, a selection developed for this operation, books, comics and documents on the subject of science and the place of women in society can be consulted on site.

Exhibition “Art and Science, They’ve Changed the World” until 29 January at the Terrace Media Library, Route de Chauvigny. Contact: 05.49.03.02.35 or [email protected] . Feather
Opening Hours: Tuesdays from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm and 2 pm to 5.45 pm, Wednesdays from 2 pm to 5.45 pm, Thursdays and Fridays from 4 pm to 5.45 pm and Saturday mornings 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. Mandatory mask and distance should be respected.

Corner. : Patrick Davox

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