All nine just-announced 2019 Nobel technology laureates are men—despite a growing and significant cohort of ladies contenders.
Nor is women’s contribution to technology a current occurrence.
Ada Lovelace devised the world’s computer that is first in 1840. Austrian physicist Lise Meitner led a tiny band of boffins whom discovered fission that is nuclear. Soviet cosmonaut and engineer Valentina Tereshkova became the very first girl to travel in star in 1963.