BOOKS

The Exceptions

The Exceptions Nancy Hopkins, MIT, and the Fight for Women in Science

As late as 1999, women who succeeded in science were called “exceptional” as if it were unusual for them to be so bright. They were exceptional, not because they could succeed at science but because of all they accomplished despite the hurdles.

NYTimes top Science book of the year!
Kirkus Top book of the year

“Gripping…one puts down the book inspired by the women’s grit, tenacity, and brilliance.” —Science
“Riveting.” —Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of The Gene