Jutta Dick

Jutta Dick has degrees in German philology, history and philosophy. She is the director of the Moses Mendelssohn Academy in Halberstadt.

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Clara Immerwahr

The first woman to be awarded a doctorate in physical chemistry at a German university, Clara Immerwahr’s her achievements were long overlooked by male-dominated university circles. Immerwahr committed suicide in protest of her husband’s involvement in the implementation of gas attacks during World War I. Recognized only posthumously, her name has become linked with moral responsibility in science.

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