Did you know that the first college for women in Chile was firstly opened in 1877? In Europe, the situation was not much different, as we have to wait until 1817 to see this change. You have
Manuel del Pino and Juan Dávila, Capde researchers, talk live during the program “Milenio”produced by Radio Universidad de Chile, about the ways mathematics can be applied in society and how mathematicians work.
“Science is a real possibility to any woman who’s interested in it” Mónica Musso, a researcher at Millennium Nucleus for the Analysis of Partial Differential Equations CAPDE, pointed out during the ceremony that took place on july 20 2016 celebrating her incorporation to the Chilean Academy of Science, which would make Musso the second female mathematical scientist to ever join the Academy.