We asked our women scientists which real-life, non-fictional, “science heroes” inspired them to pursue a science career.
For women in science, particularly those that do science in the field, dealing with our periods can be challenging. This video starts a convo on the best products are for individual bodies, cycles, use in fieldwork, and for the environment.
Dr. Sammy Davis shares 3 tips for high school and college students who want to get into scientific research!
Xochi’s a full time Ph.D. Candidate in Marine Biology at the University of California, Santa Barbara AND she’s an incredible performance dancer… AND taking a coding class! She shares becoming a professional marine biologist.
In college, many early career scientists learn how challenging it can be to get an education while also building valuable experience.
What are the secret weapons that scientists uses? The most useful items for their scientific research? Some may surprise you!
What is it like to be a scientist in Latin America? ¿Qué significa ser científico en Latinoaméra? Personal account on being a passionate scientist in Latin America.
Total solar eclipse fever! SciAll’s Solar Physicist, Miho Janvier, walks through her first total solar eclipse in Argentina that gave her eclipse fever, and why she loves solar eclipses and solar storms so much!
As a kid she was bad at science, but now she’s a Marine Ecologist and researcher working in STEM. What were your science dreams as a kid?
Chemical oceanographer Dr. Jenan Kharbush explains why she chose to study the ocean & do a SEA semester instead of going to medical school.