Each March for Women's History Month, we update our collection of books for all ages that provide a well-rounded introduction to the lives of women scientists and engineers. Women in a diverse range of fields are profiled in these books, and the selected titles excel in presenting their subjects as complex and multi-dimensional individuals who faced and overcame a wide variety of challenges.
For 2016 we have added some recent books and also a number of older books from our archive that have particular relevance for the history of women in science. The annotations are adapted from reviews published in SB&F or from publisher's information about the books.
Click here to download our 2016 list.