No. If you mean a ‘woman’ as a legal concept, able to give her consent to contracts, sex, driving licence etc etc. science is not the decider. That’s why the age of consent differs for various countries and states depending on different condition: age of the person, age gap between the parties, marriage etc. It’s why the age used to be 14 in Canada, but it’s now 16; why it’s 16 in Alabama, Alaska. and Connecticut but 18 in California, North Dakota, and Wisconsin- or is there some scientific difference between them?
It used to be 7 in Delaware, commonly 10 or 12 in many other states. It has been gradually going up world wide, while the onset of puberty has gone down
A common misperception about statutory rape is that state codes define a single age at which an individual can legally consent to sex. Only 12 states have a single age of consent , below which an individual cannot consent to sexual intercourse under any circumstances, and above which it is legal to engage in sexual intercourse with another person above the age of consent. For example, in Massachusetts, the age of consent is 16.
In the remaining 39 states, other factors come into play: age differentials, minimum age of the victim, and minimum age of the defendant.