Patricia Schmit

Patricia Schmit

Thanks to Bill Messer who sent this story.

Bill says:  this was emailed to me by a friend who lives in Hamilton, MT. Hamilton is a small town in the Bitteroot Valley, western MT, but it is also home to Rocky Mountain Labs, one of the most high-power super-dangerous pathogen labs in the world, much of the US Ebola work is done there. Anyhow, the story is about a high school student whose colorization of an electron micrograph made the cover of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, but also about how her grandmother was one of the few electron microscopists in the US during WWII, a grandma got STEM kinda story.

Check out the full story here.

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