Category Archives: women

Women’s contribution to science goes unheard

There shouldn’t be symposium speaker line ups that look like this one from 1934, in 2013, but for many complicated reasons, there sill are. The 9th Aircraft Engineering Research Conference, 1934. NASA I posted for The Conversation UK on a … Continue reading

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No "Homer Simpson Effect" among high achievers

Life is crazy busy.  Talks to prepare, job applications to prepare, lab work to do, kids got stomach flu – whew! So just a short note referring you to a nice trio of letters examining how male and female scientists self-rate … Continue reading

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I love this poem

I was sitting in my living room listening to a podcast from the BBC when I heard this poem. I was sitting and working on R code, my brain busy figuring out how multiple variables are related in time and … Continue reading

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