women in science
Dr. Jess Wade wants to share female scientists' stories and get young girls to consider a career in STEM.
● Niveen Khashab of Saudi Arabia, for her newly developed techniques designed to "monitor intracellular antioxidant activity
I remember taking part in a science fair for several years. Some years I took home nothing, and some I was awarded first
"Follow your passion. You will be working for most of your adult life, so love what you do! I love what I do because it is
I am delighted that Harriet Tubman will be the new face of the $20 bill. It’s long overdue. But I can’t help but wonder – is
During our conversation, I learned more about being a Weed Scientist and Dr. Schwartz's current position of Post-Doctoral
For Every Sexist Email She Gets, This College Student Will Write A Wikipedia Entry About A Woman Scientist
Emily Temple-Wood has written hundreds of articles about women in science.
I recently had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Gaia Vasiliver-Shamis, the Director of Career Development for Postdoctoral
This Black History Month, let's celebrate the first African-American woman who traveled in space.
Doesn't a discovery that confirmed Einstein's prediction of spacetime ripples deserve a little more than a comment that was "totes" just patronizing to me and ignorant of the meaning of my post?
Folks, good news: 2016 is the Wikipedia Year of Science. While every year should be the year of science (says the old school nerd), this is a specific initiative to improve Wikipedia's potential for communicating science to the public.
Infinite Variety Productions' New Play, Insignificant Reveals the Untold Stories of Early Female Astronomers
Infinite Variety Productions, a New York theater company "dedicated to telling the untold stories of women throughout history," presents a new, original production, Insignificant by Sean Michael Welch, the story of a few early American female astronomers at The Kraine Theater.
I have always been curious. As a young girl, I reveled in the intricacies of the simplest things, always wondering "why". After immigrating to the U.S. from China at the age of 12, I sought refuge in my math classes, because that's one language I understood.
At the height of the Cultural Revolution, Project 523 -- a covert operation launched by the Chinese government and headed by a young Chinese medical researcher by the name of Tu Youyou -- discovered what has been the most powerful and effective anti-malarial drug therapy to date.