Ainissa Ramirez

There’s plenty of science on display at the Super Bowl, and Ainissa Ramirez is able to tell you all about it.

Jedidah Isler

Jedidah Isler wanted to study the stars since she was first gifted a telescope at age 12, now she’s an astrophysicist.

C. Noel Bairey Merz

It’s Wear Red Day, a day to raise awareness of women’s risks for heart disease. In honor of the day, meet Dr. C. Noel Bairey Merz, a cardiologist who is changing the understanding of women’s health.

Hadiyah-Nicole Green

Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green is pioneering the use of lasers and nanoparticles to fight cancer.

Laurel Clark

Dr. Laurel Clark was a decorated Navy medic before she became an astronaut aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia.

Dawn Shaughnessy

Four new elements are joining the periodic table. Three of them thanks to a team led by Dawn Shaughnessy.

Alice Evans

Thanks to the work of Alice Evans, we can drink milk knowing that it’s been pasteurized to remove harmful bacteria.

Lilli Hornig

Chemist Lilli Hornig was a member of the Manhattan Project, and witnessed the first atomic bomb tests.

Esther Lederberg

Meet Esther Lederberg, a microbiologist who made many influential discoveries.

Annie Jump Cannon

Astronomer Annie Jump Cannon found star classification systems didn’t fit her needs, so she created a new one that we still use today.

Elizabeth Blackwell

Meet Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to earn a medical degree.

Roberta Bondar

Roberta Bondar was both the first neurologist and the first Canadian woman in space.

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