Underrepresented scientists of 1900-1950
Camilla Wedgwood 1901
A female anthropologist (focusing on the evolution of the human life). She also educated college students about her studies in anthropology.
Amelia Emmy Noether
A female mathematician known for contributions to abstract algebra and theoretical physics in 1907. Described by Albert Einstein to be the most important woman in mathematics.
Henrieta Swan Levett
Female star observer - Known for her discovery of the relationship between period and luminosity in Cepheid variables in 1908, attended Oberlin College for 2 years.
Mary Watson Whitney
American astronomer, head of Vassar observatory where 102 papers were published under her guidance around 1910.
Annie Jump Cannon
Female astronomer that is credited with the creation of the Harvard classification scheme, which was the first serious attempt to organize and classify stars based on their temperatures and spectral types.
Source: Ux Masrtery