Women Scientists in fiction

S L Forsburg nospamforsburg at salk.edu
Tue Sep 7 19:38:24 EST 1999


I agree, Djerassi's books are a realistic view of real science. 

For a recent essay on fiction featuring women scientists,  try
http://ume.med.ucalgary.ca/~asinclai/scifictf.html, which is a longer
version of the recent feature on the Beagle 
(http://www.biomednet.com/hmsbeagle/47/booksoft/essay.htm).  Also, try the
same author's Women in Science Bookshelf at
http://ume.med.ucalgary.ca/~asinclai/scifembk.html

And yes, these and related links are found the books section of the 
Women In Biology Internet Launch Page:
http://pingu.salk.edu/~forsburg/bio.html#Word


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