ELLAS TIENEN LA FÓRMULA
The "Ellas tienen la fórmula” exhibition invites you to celebrate that 2019 is the International Year of the Periodic Table showing the work of women who have devoted themselves to the study of chemistry since ancient times to the present time.
The sample consists of 24 backlit panels with the female scientists whose research was transcendental for the development of alchemy in the first place and then of Chemistry. The exhibition describes the work of 39 women from Tapputi-Beletakallim (1200 B.C.), considered the first female chemist in history, to promising young women like Cristina Nevado.
"Ellas tienen la fórmula" pays tribute to Nobel prize winner Marie Curie who discovered radio and polonium, the chemist Rosalind Franklin whose work was transcendental in DNA studies, or Margarita Salas, the first woman to enter the U.S. Academy of Sciences, among other prominent women.
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