Throughout history, there have been many women physicists who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female physicists such as Marie Curie, Lise Meitner, Sally Ride, Mileva Marić, Annie Jump Cannon.The women physicists featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Marie CurieMarie Curie
07 November 1867, French, Polish
First woman to win a Nobel Prize
Sally RideSally Ride
26 May 1951, American
Physicist, Astronaut

See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsMileva Marić
19 December 1875, Serbian

Lise MeitnerLise Meitner
07 November 1878, Austrian

Annie Jump CannonAnnie Jump Cannon
11 December 1863, American

Maria Goeppert MayerMaria Goeppert-Mayer
28 June 1906, American
Katharine Burr BlodgettKatharine Burr Blodgett
10 January 1898, American

Alicia NashAlicia Nash
01 January 1933, Salvadoran, American

Vandana ShivaVandana Shiva
05 November 1952, Indian
Philosopher, Physicist, Writer, University teacher

Donna StricklandDonna Strickland
27 May 1959, Canadian
Optical physicist
Jocelyn Bell BurnellJocelyn Bell Burnell
15 July 1943, British
Astronomer, Astrophysicist

Vera RubinVera Rubin
23 July 1928, American
Lisa RandallLisa Randall
18 June 1962, American
Physicist, Writer, University teacher, Theoretical

Laura BassiLaura Bassi
31 October 1711, Italian
Italian physicist, Academic

Fabiola GianottiFabiola Gianotti
29 October 1962, Italian
Ingrid DaubechiesIngrid Daubechies
17 August 1954, Belgian, American
Mathematician, Physicist, University teacher

Lene HauLene Hau
13 November 1959, Danish
Physicist, University teacher
Chiara NappiChiara Nappi

Clelia Duel MosherClelia Duel Mosher
16 December 1863, American