Throughout history, there have been many women biologists who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female biologists such as Rachel Carson, Lynn Margulis, Elizabeth Blackburn, Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Marguerite Vogt.The women biologists featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Juliane KoepckeJuliane Koepcke
10 October 1954, German, Peruvian
Lone Survivor of 1971 LANSA Plane Crash
Rachel CarsonRachel Carson
27 May 1907, American
Marine biologist

Lynn MargulisLynn Margulis
05 March 1938, American
Author

Elizabeth BlackburnElizabeth Blackburn
26 November 1948, Australian, American
American-Australian researcher

Christiane Nüsslein-VolhardChristiane Nüsslein-Volhard
20 October 1942, German
Researcher

Marguerite VogtMarguerite Vogt
13 February 1913, American
Biologist & Virologist
Kiran Mazumdar-ShawKiran Mazumdar-Shaw
23 March 1953, Indian
Business woman

Nell NewmanNell Newman
08 April 1959, American
Actress

Carol W. GreiderCarol W. Greider
15 April 1961, American
Biologist, Molecular biologist, Geneticist,

Nettie StevensNettie Stevens
07 July 1861, American
Geneticist
Françoise Barré-SinoussiFrançoise Barré-Sinoussi
30 July 1947, French
Virologist

Naomi MitchisonNaomi Mitchison
01 November 1897, Scottish
Novelist
Janet RowleyJanet Rowley
05 April 1925, American
Geneticist

Linda B. BuckLinda B. Buck
29 January 1947, American
American biologist

Susan Greenfield, Baroness GreenfieldSusan Greenfield, Baroness Greenfield
01 October 1950, British
Politician, Biologist
Kathleen RubinsKathleen Rubins
14 October 1978, American
Astronaut, Biologist

Rebecca LancefieldRebecca Lancefield
05 January 1895, American
Microbiologist
Mary Styles HarrisMary Styles Harris
26 June 1949, American
Scientist