Meet the scientist behind Beijing Time. She also has an asteroid named after her

//Meet the scientist behind Beijing Time. She also has an asteroid named after her

Meet the scientist behind Beijing Time. She also has an asteroid named after her

Astronomer Ye Shuhua played an instrumental role in China’s space programme in the 20th century. But the well-known scientist, who is now 94 and still working, says she had to overcome restrictive gender stereotypes to do it.“If you want to get something, you have to fight for it. You must show your ability,” Ye told the World Laureates Association’s SHE Forum in Shanghai last week.“If we do better and try our best, then I think women’s positions will become more and more equal, or even higher,…

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