Walnuts, willful murder, & World Book Night
Walnuts and murder and chemistry, oh my. by Ray Burks ...
Authored by DXS Contributor on April 24, 2013
The Women in ‘Modern Men of Science’
In 1966, of 426 scientists highlighted, 7 were women. by Adrienne M. ...
Authored by Adrienne Roehrich on April 11, 2013
Crystallographers of merit
Shining light on the structure of molecules by Adrienne M. Roehrich X-ray ...
Authored by Adrienne Roehrich on March 7, 2013
Notable women biochemists in the 1900s
Four women biochemists at the frontier of their field. By Adrienne Roehrich ...
Authored by Adrienne Roehrich on February 14, 2013
Notable Women in Science: Historical Astronomers
by Adrienne Roehrich, Chemistry Editor as·tron·o·mer [uh-stron-uh-mer] noun an expert in astronomy; ...
Authored by Adrienne Roehrich on December 28, 2012
Raising the Profile of Women in Science
By Adrienne Roehrich, Chemistry Editor One of the goals of Double X ...
Authored by Adrienne Roehrich on December 14, 2012
Crowdfunding on the Brain: Finding Biomarkers for Early Autism Diagnosis
By Biology Editor, Jeanne Garbarino If a child is diagnosed with autism ...
Authored by Jeanne Garbarino on December 3, 2012
A Few Modern Physicists
by Adrienne M. Roehrich, Chemistry Editor In this edition of Notable Women ...
Authored by Adrienne Roehrich on November 26, 2012
We can’t stop preterm births. Can we do more for preterm babies?
Baby girl born at 26 weeks, 6 days of gestation,weighing less than ...
Authored by Emily Willingham on November 16, 2012
If you want your dinner, little fairy wren, sing the secret password!
By Tara Haelle, DXS contributor [This post appeared previously at Red Wine ...
Authored by Emily Willingham on November 14, 2012