CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research,will observe International Women's Day (March 8) by putting women in charge of nearly all operations of the world's largest physics laboratory. You can watch live action in the control rooms on Monday March 8, as CERN celebrates the "progress of women in particle physics." This celebration developed out of a proposal from a physicist at Indiana University [read the IU Press Release].
UNESCO will celebrate International Women's Day with a Roundtable on Women in Science: Challenges Ahead.
The National Institutes of Health will offer a panel discussion titled International Women Scientists at NIH: Their Research and Career Paths.
You can celebrate the achievements of international women in science from a historical perspective with this online biographical dictionary:
International Women in Science: A Biographical Dictionary to 1950 / Catharine M. C. Haines and Helen M. Stevens. ABC-CLIO, Inc.
and focus on just women scientists who were Nobel Laureates (as of 1998) with this title:
Nobel Prize women in science : their lives, struggles, and momentous discoveries / Sharon Bertsch McGrayne. Washington, D.C. : Joseph Henry Press, c1998.
The Nobel Prize web site offers biographies of all of the Nobel Laureates, and a compiled list of all women Nobel Prize winners.