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Mind the Gender Gap: Women in Science

When it comes to the issue of women in science, Marie Curie (1867-1934) usually dominates the conversation. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first person to win twice in multiple sciences and the first woman to become a professor at the University of Paris. 707 more words

Week in Geek 1.30.15

Week in Geek – a roundup of science, technology and pop culture news with commentary each Friday

Before we get started, i’d like to say thank you to all the people who have visited The Long Shot, followed the blog and kept up with Week in Geek. 3,027 more words


5 Weird Involuntary Human Behaviors Explained by...

5 Weird Involuntary Human Behaviors Explained

by jtotheizzoe:

Our body leaves a lot to autopilot, which is a good thing. Imagine having to walk through your day actively remembering not to pee your pants.

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Making Peace with Lunchroom Trash!

After the return from the Winter Holiday, Cleveland Peacemakers were ready to dive into the compost bin (almost literally…) and increase our Waste Diversion Rates! 185 more words

Day 30: Hidden Abilities of Humanity

The human race is extremely interesting and remarkable. Throughout time humans have defied nature and shown we can construct the ability to fly, deep sea dive, and travel into space. 257 more words



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