Throughout history, there have been many women inventors & discoverers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female inventors & discoverers such as Hedy Lamarr, Katharine Burr Blodgett, Edith Clarke, Beulah Louise Henry, Mary Walton.The women inventors & discoverers featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Hedy LamarrHedy Lamarr
09 November 1914, Austrian, American
Actress, Co-inventor of technology for spread
Radia PerlmanRadia Perlman
18 December 1951, American
Computer Network Engineer

Sarah E. GoodeSarah E. Goode
1855 AD, American

Edith ClarkeEdith Clarke
10 February 1883, American
Electrical Engineer

Beulah Louise HenryBeulah Louise Henry
11 February 1887, American
Lady Edison

Katharine Burr BlodgettKatharine Burr Blodgett
10 January 1898, American
Mary WaltonMary Walton
1827 AD, American

Olive DennisOlive Dennis
20 November 1885, American
Civil Engineer

Lori GreinerLori Greiner
09 December 1969, American
Television personality
Caresse CrosbyCaresse Crosby
20 April 1891, American
Publisher, Writer, Socialite, Poet, Memoirist,

Bette Nesmith GrahamBette Nesmith Graham
23 March 1924, American
Inventor, Entrepreneur
Ruth Graves WakefieldRuth Graves Wakefield
17 June 1903, American
Chef, Patent inventor, Teacher, Businessperson,

Josephine CochraneJosephine Cochrane
08 March 1839, American

Sarah BooneSarah Boone
31 January 1832, American

Izumo no OkuniIzumo no Okuni
1572 AD, Japanese

Margaret E. KnightMargaret E. Knight
14 February 1838, American
Inventor, Entrepreneur
Hertha AyrtonHertha Ayrton
28 April 1854, British

Johanna BudwigJohanna Budwig
30 September 1908, German
Chemist, Biochemist, Inventor, Physician

Jeanne Villepreux-PowerJeanne Villepreux-Power
24 September 1794, French

Carleen HutchinsCarleen Hutchins
24 May 1911, American
Mary AndersonMary Anderson
19 February 1866, American

Cynthia May AldenCynthia May Alden
31 May 1862, American
Eliza Maria MosherEliza Maria Mosher
02 October 1846