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Blogging all over the place

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve blogged here, but it’s not as though I’m not blogging at all. In fact, most of my posts lately have been appearing on the… 374 more words

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Recognizing Some Contemporary Female Naturalists

This morning, I mentioned via Twitter that UCLA is hosting a public conference as part of the Wallace Centenary Celebration (WCC) commemorating the 100th anniversary of the esteemed naturalist’s death.   811 more words

Natural History

Hyena girl meets elephant girl - A Chat for Skirts in Science

Some colleagues at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science have started a series featuring conversations by female scientists called Skirts in Science.  The goal is to make women in science more visible to students, especially young women and girls. 69 more words


Women eXploring Space: Laura Beachy, ISS Flight Controller

Houston, we have a problem! When the astronauts aboard the International Space Station need help from Earth – which is often, because the ISS is a huge, complex vehicle orbiting the Earth at >17,000 miles per hour! 913 more words


Thanks for the option

I just couldn’t help myself. What a motto! “Freeze your eggs, Free your career!”

You’ve probably heard that (by January, 2015) Facebook and Apple are offering to cover egg-freezing costs as part of their employee benefits. 473 more words


Botany vs. Conservation Science


Botanists study plants for a variety of purposes including improving quality of life for both plant life and humans. Research by these scientists improves pharmaceutical medicines along with food and food products. 325 more words

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