Mothers of Invention

From Marie Curie and Grace Hopper to modern coders and engineers, women are responsible for many major scientific discoveries and technological advancements. iQ explores how mothers of invention continue to push the boundaries of culture and technology.

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A New VR Experience Explores the Pale Blue Dot
AI Got Algo-Rhythm: Smart Music-Making Machines
Queen of Drones: Revolutionizing Night Sky Light Shows
So Long Selfie: Flytographer Reinvents the Travel Snapshot
Top Model Turned Fashion Tech Pioneer Inspires New Makers
Lama Nachman Keeps Stephen Hawking Talking with Assistive Tech
Frieda’s Makes Produce a Family Affair
Altitude Seven Helps Women Climb to New Heights
Fair-Trade Fashion Fuels Brooklyn’s Bhoomki Boutique
Red Ants Pants: Small Business, Huge Passion
Fistful of Stars Uses VR to Demystify Science and Space
How Margaret Hamilton Programmed the Apollo 11 Moon Landing
MikMak Founder Brings Retailers into the World of Social Commerce
How Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson Defied Gender and Race Barriers to Become the Ultimate Role Model in Science
The Female Code Crackers of Bletchley Park
Padmasree Warrior Wants to Transform the Auto Industry
10 Female Programmers who Revolutionized Video Games
Ashley Dara Dotz Uses Frugal Innovation to Save Lives
The Woman Behind Burning Man Tech
How Female ENIAC Programmers Pioneered the Software Industry