Beyond Curie is an award-winning digital design project highlighting the careers and accomplishments of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Here, readers will find striking visual imagery combined with short biographies of each featured woman, such as Barbara McClintock, who won a Nobel Prize in 1983 for discovering genetic transposition, and Mary Golda Ross, who was the first Native American female engineer and whose 30-year career at Lockheed Martin is still largely classified. Launched in 2017, Beyond Curie was created by Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya, a graphic designer with a background in neuroscience who works at the intersection of science and visual design. Phingbodhipakkiya has given a TED talk about the project, and she also turned six of the forty designs featured in Beyond Curie into downloadable posters for the March for Science. For an Augmented Reality (AR) experience, visitors can download a free app (available for iOS and Android devices) that will enable them to view 3D animations on Beyond Curie's ten AR-enabled images.