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March for Science - Houston

This past Saturday I participated in the March for Science in Houston. I felt that as a women in STEM, there is a lot of legislation being proposed to cut very much needed programs such as the EPA, the NIH, among others. 166 more words

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#Renaissance Woman Ushers in #Digital Renaissance #Leonardo #DaVinci @DigiLeaders

Here I am on Easter Sunday – photographed by my theatrical friend who finds my way of presenting science ‘engaging’.

With this engagement in mind, I produced:- 131 more words

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Silent Spring Book Club

We recently read Silent Spring, the classic exposé of the impact of pesticides written by Rachel Carson in 1962. The book details the use of these chemicals, and the severe but overlooked impact on the environment, from widespread destruction of wildlife and domestic animals to the frightening and ubiquitous exposure to humans. 1,102 more words

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Women in Science and Art

Women in Science and Art: Rebecca Banasiak, Mammals Collections Assistant and Preparator

In March, many of my colleagues and I, were asked to answer some questions about what it is like to be either a women in science or a women in art.  637 more words

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Thirty early modern women in science

For Women’s History month, I tweeted about a different early modern woman in science every day. Here’s a storify of those tweets. I thought it might be useful, in the longer format of a blog post, to provide some references for those wishing to find out more about these women. 866 more words