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The Trailblazer Collection uses unique papers, images, spray paint, and hand-painted illustrations to highlight the life and achievements of prominent female geniuses.

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Have you ever wondered who coined the phase "radioactivity?"

This bold, eclectic collage celebrates that person, Madame Curie. She was a trailblazer who had many firsts! She was the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize (physics), the first person and only woman to receive a second Nobel Prize (chemistry), became the first female professor at...



Ever wonder who proved that the structure of DNA was a double helix...? Rosalind Franklin with her X-ray crystallography did just that.

This bold and bright collage celebrates the life and career of Rosalind Franklin. She was the first to use a complex technique called X-Ray Crystallography to...



This collage celebrates the life and achievements of Katherine Johnson, who was the first female African American mathematician to calculate orbits for NASA. Pictured on this collage are examples of Johnson's work which included calculating trajectories, launch windows, emergency return paths for Project Mercury and the Apollo missions. She was portrayed in the movie...

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