A little while ago I attended a women’s conference at my church and one of the speakers talked about leading while bleeding. The title of her talk really resonated with me even though the imagery is rather unfortunate given the brutal scenes from the… 397 more words
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Today Journal of Ecology published a paper titled ‘Lagging behind: have we overlooked previous-year rainfall effects in annual grasslands?‘ written by Dudney et al. 454 more words
by Jackie L. Childers
One of the major undertakings of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology’s (MVZ) Archives project is digitizing historical photographs. This includes maps, images of specimens and landscapes, as well as portraits of some of the MVZ’s founding members whose legacies are written all over the walls and corridors of the museum itself. 3,178 more words
To wrap up Earth Science Week it seemed appropriate to mention the pioneering geologist and professor, Florence Bascom.
When she got her doctorate in geology in 1893, Bascom was the first woman to obtain a doctorate from Johns Hopkins. 642 more words
With the support of the UN, L’Oreal set up the Women in Science initiative to support and recognise accomplished women in scientific research, while also pushing for a greater participation of females in science. 271 more words