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Women In Science

Here’s an interesting plea for more women to enter scientific fields.  Although the argument may, at first blush, appear to be a little cranky in its tone, with Rachael Swaby’s call to “stop talking about Marie Curie” (which reminds me of Barry Bonds’ call a few years ago for baseball fans to stop talking about Babe Ruth– 390 more words

Rosalind Franklin

March is Women’s History Month and all month long, Natural Zero is looking at great women in history, women who have shaped history in one way or another. 681 more words

Formidable Women - Rosalind Franklin (1920 - 1958)

On the days preceding and ending with International Women’s Day, I intended to write about four formidable women from history, to remind people of the recognition they deserved but were often denied. 706 more words

History

Happy International Women's Day

Thanks to Facebook and Google’s homepage I just learned that it is International Women’s Day today. I was excited to see that the “G” in Google today celebrates women scientists. 43 more words

Women In Science

Photoshoot | Luggage

Last tuesday was my first photoshoot for my luggage brief. I had already prepared and got my objects and case ready and started to prep with jennie with the lighting and the background. 356 more words

Luggage

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Feminism is the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.

My daughter has taken feminism on as her platform. 669 more words

Musings

The Egotism of Expertise- Interior Conformity

The Egotism of Expertise. Sampling the luscious fruits of Self-Esteem

A few recent posts have been devoted to a collective wail about the impossibility of non-genre books ever being discovered in the goose step parade of all the others who polish their boots and take steps in synchrony with guidelines and expectations. 1,839 more words

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