Biases against women and people of color in science, and contributions of women and people of color in science.
Learn about what three different female scientists working at NASA do.
Reviews reasons for the relative deficit of women and people of color in science and gives examples of their contributions.
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Find out how a scientist named Deborah Chung discovered a way to make concrete that can monitor itself for cracks before concrete structures become unsafe.
Discover how scientist Melissa Franklin studies the fundamental particles called quarks and how her research applies to the real world.
Learn how PET scans are used to diagnose Alzheimer's disease and how one chemist is trying to design organic compounds to cure the disorder.
Discover how a scientist is trying to develop a catalyst to turn methane into methanol, a promising alternative to gasoline.
Learn about the amazing properties of the synthetic fiber named Kevlar, how it was discovered, and some of its important uses.
Learn about the first female photographer, how to make prints with UV light as she did, and how the process works.
Learn more about women's contributions to science in this article.
A resource showing different things women contributed to science.
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