Tagged with Women in science

Women in Science: Graphics that Teach

Women in Science: Graphics that Teach

How would you represent a great person’s life work in a single symbol? What single image could represent the contributions of Martin Luther King? Abraham Lincoln? Srinivasa Ramanujan? The artist using the pseudonym Hydrogene tackles that question, while also creating art work focusing on STEM education and technology across cultures. The most recent additions to … Continue reading

I Missed Ada Lovelace Day, Did You?

I Missed Ada Lovelace Day, Did You?

Don’t you hate it when hear about a special event just after it occurred? That happened to me this year with Ada Lovelace Day. I’m not a big fan of invented holidays, particularly those that seem designed solely to keep greeting card companies and florists in business, but I think a day for Ada is … Continue reading