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September 2019

The Space Roboticist Natalie Panek

Science Like A Girl: The Space Roboticist Natalie Panek

Natalie Panek loves being a space roboticist. She’s worked on Mars rovers, studied the impact of lunar dust on sensors, and even helped create robots that can repair satellites still in orbit. Natalie admits that her career probably isn’t one that her younger self would have picked – but now that she is here, she …

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Allison Jia

Interview with Brilliant Female Scientists Who Break Barriers at World’s Largest Science Fair, ISEF 2019

Allison Jia, 17, of San Jose, CA, received the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award of $50,000 for her investigation into toxic tau protein aggregates, which spread in neurons in the human brain and are associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. 1. How did you decide what project to work on for the competition? I …

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