An Illustrated Celebration of Trailblazing Women in Science via brainpickings #Book #Women_In_Science

An Illustrated Celebration of Trailblazing Women in Science

Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World by Rachel Ignotofsky Ten Speed Press (July Nonfiction * Biography * Science * Women's History Audience: Grades 5 and up IndieBound

Researchers Search for ‘Mystery Sea Monster’ That Devoured Great White Shark

Great White Shark, Sea Monsters, Sharks, Estate, Marine Life, Natural Wonders, Sea Creatures, Animais, Shark

How NASA Broke The Gender Barrier In STEM | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

How NASA Broke The Gender Barrier In STEM

"Considering five of the top 10 jobs for millennials are of the tech and maker space, with "data scientist" coming in at No. the need for the inclusion of women in STEM is more pressing than ever.

Alayna Westcom didn't earn her Miss Vermont 2015 crown by being just another pretty face. You might say she took a scientific approach to winning....

Miss Vermont Is a Science Nerd

Alayna Westcom didn't earn her Miss Vermont 2015 crown by being just another pretty face. You might say she took a scientific approach to winning.

A female orca breaching in Puget Sound west of Seattle

Count of Puget Sound orcas climbs to 81 from last year's 78

Oregon may have at least 500 species of spiders and we put photos of them in a gallery so you can look at them.

Spiders lurk in your home and garden (and that's good)

Oregon may have at least 500 species of spiders and we put photos of them in a gallery so you can look at them.

Weird things are happening off the Pacific Coast.

Sea change: Here's what's wrong in the Pacific Ocean

Side-by-side comparison between the ongoing strong El Niño and the strongest El Niño on record, which occurred in 1997 and

Orcas from the J and K pods swim past a small research boat on Puget Sound

Count of Puget Sound orcas climbs to 81 from last year's 78

Photo by Candice Emmons, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, from October Orcas in Elliot Bay, Seattle.

Rose Feasting Princess spider

Oregon wildlife encounters: From mountain lions to spiders, readers have seen it all (photos)

It's a tiny human brain, about the size of a pencil eraser.

Scientists grow tiny human brain in lab dish to speed research

First almost fully-formed human brain grown in lab, researchers claim Research team say tiny brain could be used to test drugs and study diseases, but scientific peers urge caution as data on breakthrough kept under wraps.

This crazy tree grows 40 kinds of fruit

How an artist created a real tree of 40 fruits that is part Frankenstein, part Dr. Seuss

Van Aken has created more than a dozen unique fruit trees -- each has about 40 different fruits growing from it.

Recent New Yorker magazine story, about the potential for a devastating earthquake, uses three paragraphs to explain how the big one and really big one happen, all through hand gestures. In this video, we break it down for you.

Recent New Yorker magazine story, about the potential for a devastating earthquake, uses three paragraphs to explain how the big one and really big one happen, all through hand gestures. In this video, we break it down for you.

How Color Changes What We Taste | FWx

How Color Changes What We Taste

The Colors We Eat: Food color does more than guide us—it changes the experience of taste.

Summer wear in Phoenix in 2030.

Enjoy summer now: a new mini ice age will arrive in just 15 years, scientists say

The inconvenient truth is that no one wants to pay for it.

The solution to global warming is at hand, but no one wants to pay for it

Analysis of nations’ carbon emissions pledges ahead of Paris climate summit shows they would see warming by breaching ‘safety’ threshold

A Silverspot Butterfly shot in Ochoco National Forest

Oregon wildlife encounters: From mountain lions to spiders, readers have seen it all (photos)

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