Bullet Proof Female Contributions

Women have had a hard time getting a lot of recognition for all the work that they have done in the world throughout history. A lot of people just think that maybe women did not actually contribute as much as men have to history and to science, but the simple fact of the matter is that as a society we have managed to ignore women’s work or even give men credit for it instead. This is seen in a lot of really important philosophical and scientific works. Two major examples are the fact that Einstein’s work was largely based on the work and contributions of his wife but she was never credited for it all, and also the philosopher Nietzsche had a lot of later books written completely by his sister but we largely do not credit her for the writings either (even though some of her work stood against what Nietzsche wrote before that).

In today’s article we will be writing about one of the most important inventions made by a woman and its contribution to our lives today. The scientist and chemist Stephanie Kwolek was the person who ended up creating Kevlar while she was trying to make material for tires that would be light weight but also very durable. Since she had created it, Kevlar has been used in so many different things that  we see it all the time in our daily lives. Kevlar has been used to reinforce protective clothing and goods, it is used in all sorts of sports equipment, and is even used for things like space shuttles and air planes. It has been an invention that has brough a lot of convenience to everyone’s lives. To know more about inventions made by women that changed the world, go to https://www.toptenz.net/top-10-surprising-things-that-were-invented-by-women.php.

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