Monthly Archives: March 2015

Millie Dresselhaus

The National Science Foundation @NSF has been tweeting about Impressive #WomenInSTEM for #Women’s History Month.  Here is Professor Dresselhaus’  page at the MIT Physics Department Website, citations of her work in Google Scholar, and her bio on the American Institute … Continue reading

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Irena Dumler

 Thank you to Alwyn Eades for this GGSTEM submission. Irena Dumler (my wife) has been an important figure in the world of electron microscopy. She was born in Czechoslovakia, soon after she was born the family left to escape fascism. … Continue reading

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Eugenie Clark

Thanks to GGSTEM reader Carrie Weiner Campbell, who suggested marine biologist Eugenie Clark for Grandma got STEM. The New York Times reported on February 25, 2015 that Clark has passed away. The Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame notes that she … Continue reading

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