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Five STEM Women You Might Not Know

Women have made incredible contributions to the science, technology, engineering, and math (collectively known as STEM) fields since the earliest we can recall or have on record but their names have often been left off their contributions or been glossed over in favor of their male contemporaries who used women’s research or contributions to solidify their own work.  As a woman in the sciences myself, I find it’s important to show that STEM is for everyone.  I tell my students that science was the only place where I could ask questions, be wrong, and it still be important to understanding what was going on. 

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