Here, by Voltaire, is a poem about mathematician/scientist Émilie du Châtelet (1706-1749) -- who explained Newton's physics but was not remembered for her own work as she should have been.
At this link, one may begin to learn about du Châtelet's many contributions.
The Divine Émilie by Voltaire (1694-1778)
Here's a portrait of my Émilie:
She's both a beauty and a friend to me.
Her keen imagination is always in bloom.
Her noble mind brightens every room.
She's possessed of charm and wit,
Though sometimes shows too much of it.
She has, I assure you, a genius rare.
With Horace and Newton, she can compare.
Yet, she will sit for hours and hours
With people who bore her
And card-playing gamblers.