"I had liberated myself very early on. I thought of myself as a human being first," she says. "I had a very curious mind, and I was not willing to let go of that."
Sylvia Earle aims to protect the world's oceans, one broken record at a time.
Citizen, scientist, feminist
An interview with Brenda Milner, who studied one of the most famous patients in the history of psychology. Her findings shaped everything we now know about the way we remember.
Irene Greif talks to The Atlantic about her life and legacy.
The woman who developed the algorithm behind the Spanning Tree Protocol reflects on her illustrious career in math, computer science, and networking.