Women at Oxford
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History of Women in Computer Science
Walk into Professor Blanca Rodriguez's office and you'll see a striking image of the physiology of the heart. She's part of a long Oxford tradition of using computation to unravel complex systems: Dorothy Hodgkin, winner of the 1964 Nobel Prize for chemistry, was one of Oxford's computing pioneers, and her beautiful computer-drawn images of the structure of insulin now have pride of place in the Bodleian Library. Read the full article here.