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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So Long Selfie: Flytographer Reinvents the Travel Snapshot
Altitude Seven Helps Women Climb to New Heights
Fair-Trade Fashion Fuels Brooklyn’s Bhoomki Boutique
How Margaret Hamilton Programmed the Apollo 11 Moon Landing
Fistful of Stars Uses VR to Demystify Science and Space
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10 Female Programmers who Revolutionized Video Games
The Rise of Women in the Indian Gaming Industry
Ashley Dara Dotz Uses Frugal Innovation to Save Lives
Ada Lovelace: The First Computer Programmer
How Hedy Lamarr Invented Early Wireless Technology
Kawehi Harnesses Tech, Creates a One-Woman Orchestra
4 Women Driving Fashion Technology
Chromat CEO Creates Wearable Tech Fashions for Every Body
She Makes the Mechanical Natural for Wearables
3 Women Driving Innovation in the Digital Age
Tech-Savvy Women Rock the Festival Scene