Should I try it ? How will it go ? What is it like ?
All the same questions in mind before trying something new every time!!! 404 more words
I am a female soil scientist (a soil ecologist, more specifically). And while traditionally the field of soil science has been dominated by men, I’d like to think that women are catching up. 1,539 more words
This piece was written by Franciska de Vries, owner of Frantecologist. I think this is a very enlightening and well-written piece, one that really highlights the gender problem we have in science. I am a fellow soil/plant scientist (PhD student), and it concerns me that in the next few years it could be hard for me to pursue an academic career or even gain momentum to get to the top of my field (be that academia or industry). We cannot let this problem just be swept under the rug; we need to keep talking about it, and making a big deal out of it. Read on, soldier on, and let's fight for science equality.
This week’s guest is write Gina Frangello, the author of Every Kind of Wanting and A Life in Men. Much of Gina’s work takes place in locations around the world, and the theme of travel as self-exploration runs deep throughout her novels. 300 more words
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The cold dry air has been moving into the metro and with it comes static electricity. Tesla Tommy visited Fox 4 Monday, Jan. 78 more words
The Vikings pulled off one of the most stunning plays in NFL history Sunday, as Case Keenum connected with Stefon Diggs for a walk-off 61-yard touchdown to give Minnesota a 29-24 win over the Saints. 524 more words