The Netherlands' Physical Society (Nederlands Natuurkundige Vereniging) is celebrating its 100th annyversary. In their monthly journal, the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde, they are celebrating this with a special feature on women in physics. A former female physicist and an active one are featured side-by-side. In the August edition it is time for a "Groningen" couple: Tamalika Banerjee - professor of Spintronics of Functional Materials at the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials (University of Groningen) and Clasine van Winter (1929-2000), late professor mathematical physics at University of Kentucky at Lexington and the only female PhD student of Nobel Laureate Frits Zernike.
Read the full article (in Dutch) at NTvN: Een eeuw natuurkundevrouwen - Clasine van Winter en Tamalika Banerjee
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