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Women in Science: Barbara McClintock

Most everyone has heard of Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and the like. Ask someone to name a woman in science, and they might mention Jane Goodall or Marie Curie. 580 more words

Women In Science

Day 3: Sexism of the Accidental Sort

I have a second postdoc mentor, Prof X. Both of my mentors are wonderful people and excellent scientists, but they are pretty much the opposite in temperament and background. 660 more words

WISE@QMUL present Director of Centre of the Cell, Professor Fran Balkwill

Tuesday, 6 May 2014 from 17:30 to 19:30 (BST)

WISE@QMUL present their penultimate event of the year, with a special guest speaker, QMUL Professor Fran Balkwill… 201 more words

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My thoughts on (yet another) rejection

This morning I found out that I didn’t make it to the interview round of the homecountry fellowship I applied for. This was the second time I applied for this fellowship and the tenth time I applied for anything. 430 more words

Life In The Lab

Day 1: Why I'm writing

“The plan to have children in the future, or already having them, is responsible for an enormous drop-off in the women who apply for tenure-track jobs.” – Wendy Williams, Cornell University… 688 more words

Anna Roe (Vanderbilt): Organization and connectivity of functional modules in the cerebral cortex

Anna Roe (Vanderbilt): Organization and connectivity of functional modules in the cerebral cortex

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Eve Marder

Eve Marder (Brandeis) How circuit function arises from the intrinsic properties of individual neurons and their connections.

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