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Juliette Han: How This Harvard-Minted Biotech CFO Learned to Own Her Voice

Juliette Han, PhD

Advil, Motrin, or ibuprofen. Any or all of these names might be familiar to you – it’s a go-to painkiller and fever defeater. It’s so common that it’s hard to imagine the world before it. Ibuprofen was discovered in 1961, eight years after Stewart Adams began his research. It was […]

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Advil, Motrin, or ibuprofen. Any or all of these names might be familiar to you – it’s a go-to painkiller and fever defeater. It’s so common that it’s hard to imagine the world before it. Ibuprofen was discovered in 1961, eight years after Stewart Adams began his research. It was

Rucha Karkarey, Professional Fish Stalker

Rucha Karkarey

Crystal clear, deep blue waters surround the Lakshadweep islands. The waters are so transparent you could  see a green turtle chomping on seagrass a whopping fifty feet away. These tiny islands peek out above the Laccadive sea, just about four hundred kilometers off the coast of the Indian state, Kerala.

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Crystal clear, deep blue waters surround the Lakshadweep islands. The waters are so transparent you could  see a green turtle chomping on seagrass a whopping fifty feet away. These tiny islands peek out above the Laccadive sea, just about four hundred kilometers off the coast of the Indian state, Kerala.

The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson

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Rachel Carson is known as the  that informed the world of the environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides. Her best-known book, Silent Spring, helped to raise awareness of our impact on the environment.   Rachel Louise Carson was born in Springdale, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1902. She grew up on

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Rachel Carson is known as the  that informed the world of the environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides. Her best-known book, Silent Spring, helped to raise awareness of our impact on the environment.   Rachel Louise Carson was born in Springdale, Pennsylvania on May 27, 1902. She grew up on

Hedy Lamarr: Famous Actor, Unlikely Inventor

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Hedy Lamar had said that “Any girl can look glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.” During her career as a film star, Hedy was always glamorous. But she was seldom still and far from stupid.   She was born as Hedwig Kiesler in Vienna,

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Hedy Lamar had said that “Any girl can look glamorous. All you have to do is stand still and look stupid.” During her career as a film star, Hedy was always glamorous. But she was seldom still and far from stupid.   She was born as Hedwig Kiesler in Vienna,

Rosalyn Yalow In The World Of Medicine

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This is the story of Rosalyn Sussman Yalow. A poor, but clever, Jewish girl that won the Nobel Prize.   In the 1950s, after the invention of the ,  became something that people were afraid of. But, in that same decade, a few scientists worked very hard to show that

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This is the story of Rosalyn Sussman Yalow. A poor, but clever, Jewish girl that won the Nobel Prize.   In the 1950s, after the invention of the ,  became something that people were afraid of. But, in that same decade, a few scientists worked very hard to show that

What Do Microbiologists Do?

Table of Contents What is a microbiologist? A microbiologist is a scientist who studies microscopic . These include bacteria, viruses, fungi, and algae. They use a variety of equipment and techniques to study them, from simple microscopes to DNA-sequencing technology.  Microbiologists use microscopes to study microscopic things. Credit: Wikimedia/Les Chatfield

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Table of Contents What is a microbiologist? A microbiologist is a scientist who studies microscopic . These include bacteria, viruses, fungi, and algae. They use a variety of equipment and techniques to study them, from simple microscopes to DNA-sequencing technology.  Microbiologists use microscopes to study microscopic things. Credit: Wikimedia/Les Chatfield

Fueling Ambition: Empowering Girls (And All Students) In STEM

Kamini Varma, Vice President, Research & Development, Genetic Sciences at Thermo Fisher Scientific

Two Female Pupils In Science Lesson Studying Robotics

Table of Contents Women comprise just 34% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). As a result, female STEM professionals report challenges like exclusionary work cultures, a lack of role models who look like them, and persistent stereotypes like “men are better at math” that perpetuate the

Fueling Ambition: Empowering Girls (And All Students) In STEM

Kamini Varma, Vice President, Research & Development, Genetic Sciences at Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Table of Contents Women comprise just 34% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). As a result, female STEM professionals report challenges like exclusionary work cultures, a lack of role models who look like them, and persistent stereotypes like “men are better at math” that perpetuate the

Cultivating Curiosity: An Interview with Michael Pollan, Author of “The Botany of Desire”, Young Readers Edition

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Michael Pollan is a storyteller of the natural world. A writer, an educator and a luminary with a remarkable ability to distill complex scientific concepts across disciplines to inspire readers to reconnect with the natural world. Through his books, we step into the world where plants reveal their secrets and

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Michael Pollan is a storyteller of the natural world. A writer, an educator and a luminary with a remarkable ability to distill complex scientific concepts across disciplines to inspire readers to reconnect with the natural world. Through his books, we step into the world where plants reveal their secrets and

Science, Humor, and the Universe: An Interview With Jorge Cham

Jorge is an engineer-turned-cartoonist. He is the bestselling author of the award-winning book We Have No Idea and the co-host of the iHeart Radio show, Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe. He is also the creator of the Emmy-nominated show PBS Kids show, Elinor Wonders Why and the wildly popular

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Jorge is an engineer-turned-cartoonist. He is the bestselling author of the award-winning book We Have No Idea and the co-host of the iHeart Radio show, Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe. He is also the creator of the Emmy-nominated show PBS Kids show, Elinor Wonders Why and the wildly popular

Watch Mechanical Engineer And STEM Content Creator Jasmine Florentine At Work

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Tell us who you are, and what do you do? Here’s me in full steampunk-regalia on the airship I helped design while working at FIRST. When the airship was on, the rotors would spin and there’d be lights that kept score. I still can’t believe I got paid to do

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Tell us who you are, and what do you do? Here’s me in full steampunk-regalia on the airship I helped design while working at FIRST. When the airship was on, the rotors would spin and there’d be lights that kept score. I still can’t believe I got paid to do

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