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Dearly Departed: Hilda Hempl Heller

Written by Ashley Lucckesi, a third year student studying Public Health and Molecular &  Cell Biology, participating in the IMLS, “Strategic Stewardship for Sustaining the Archives of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology” project. 449 more words

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Reflections Holly's HB update #21

Here is a reflection on our 3-week voyage in Antarctica. I made this video clip as a love letter from Antarctica, for you, my HB supporters, friends and family and for my fellow expeditioners on the Homeward Bound voyage. 7 more words

Antarctica Bound With Homeward Bound

Introducing: STEMM Trails

Hello and welcome to STEMM Trails!

Bri Lee and the fabulous team at Hot Chicks with Big Brains have given me, Claire Barnes, some space to write about an issue important to me: women in STEMM fields (that is, science, engineering, technology, mathematics and medicine). 1,251 more words

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JANET IWASA

Janet Iwasa, a molecular animator, was one of the many women featured in the article “Meet 12 Badass Scientists… Who Also Happen to be Women.” Iwasa created a colorful, interactive, 3-dimentional animation that illustrates a molecule’s actions. 111 more words

"On The Spot" with Lani - Ph.D. Grad Student.

Graduate school can be tough, but being a graduate student in the STEM can be exceptionally challenging. The challenges are not just academic, but social, and personal. 1,339 more words

Pandora Report 2.17.2017

Happy Friday! Since Tuesday was Valentine’s day, it was fitting to have a super romantic story about Ebola super-spreaders and their role in causing most of the cases. 1,905 more words

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Dress coding

Recently, the issue of how women should dress at their workplace got a lot of publicity, because a certain someone mentioned that he wants them to be ‘dressed like women’. 545 more words

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