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Sci-Fi's Glass Ceiling: A Guest Post Every Fan Should Read

Fantasy author Intisar Khanani featured a great guest post on her website this week, in which SFF author Anela Deen examines the challenges female sci-fi writers face in creative circles. 265 more words

Science Fiction

fresh new headshots // outdoor photography

Had a blast working with E taking new headshots for her! Here are a few examples from our time together and since I can’t resist taking photos of the environment around me, here’s a cool, stone column with tons of color tone and texture: 13 more words

AVIDEH ZAKHOR

Avideh Zakhor is a light in science and technology, and is most well known for her role in creating Google Earth and Street View. Avideh Zakhor was the brain behind what we have come to know as Google Earth and Street View. 223 more words

BADASS PROFILES

This 27 year old Nigerian Scientist got honoured by Queen Elizabeth

Anne-Marie Imafidon, one of the top 10 women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and a pioneering alumna of the multi-record breaking institution (the ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk program) has been honored by the Queen of England for contributions to girls’ education and STEM in this year’s honors list. 376 more words

African Women In Science

Dr. Karen Chin - Paleontologist

Dr. Karen Chin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado. She also holds a position as Curator of Paleontology at the University of Colorado Museum. 220 more words

People In Math And Science

SEASONED

As the trees shed their leaves and animals go into hibernation, so do we, sometimes. There is a natural progression in life that we cannot avoid, but must embrace if we wish to see positive changes. 355 more words

HigherEd

Book 231: Women in Early British and Irish Astronomy by Mary Brück

Finished reading on May 13th

Rating: 10/10

Who were some women who were known for their astronomical observations, calculations or texts? This is what Mary Brück’s book deals with together with how they got their start in astronomy. 281 more words

Book Review