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Wood’s Word: Heat can’t be cooled

I was playing basketball with some friends the other night, and I made four 3-point shots in a row. I scored the game’s final shot from beyond unrealistic Jimmer regions, and I finally understood what he was thinking all those years (“wow . . . I’m glad that went in”). The horse was so high […]

Important women in scientific history

In honor of Women’s History Month, I would like to write about a few of the inspirational women within science who have encouraged me to enter the crazy yet exciting world of microbiology. Some of you out there may think women had no place in writing scientific history. But you would be sadly mistaken, because […]

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March is Women’s History Month, with the Women’s Center hosting multiple events around campus. Michelle Paustenbaugh, chemistry professor at Weber State University, hosted a discussion on the importance of women’s roles in science, technology, engineering and math-related fields. The lecture was question-based, with interaction and discussion revolving around three short videos. Paustenbaugh started the lecture […]

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