The Pioneering Female Botanist Who Sweetened a Nation and Saved a Valley | Smithsonian.com

The Woman Who Revealed the Missing Link Between Viruses and Cancer | Smithsonian.com

Video Game Workers See Power in a Union | The New Republic

The Charmed Life and Tragic Death of Snake Handler Grace Olive Wiley | Mental Floss

How Margaret Dayhoff Brought Modern Computing to Biology | Smithsonian.com

8 Daring Female Entrepreneurs From History | Mental Floss

The Statistician Who Debunked Sexist Myths About Skull Size and Intelligence | Smithsonian.com

Surely You’re A Creep, Mr Feynman: On toxic moral license and the mythos of male scientific genius | The Baffler


The First Female Student at MIT Started an All-Women Chemistry Lab and Fought for Food Safety | Smithsonian.com

The Archaeologist Who Helped Mexico Find Glory in Its Indigenous Past | Smithsonian.com

The Woman Who Made a Device to Help Disabled Veterans Feed Themselves - and Gave It Away For Free | Smithsonian.com

The Edwardian Women Who Claimed to Travel Back In Time | Mental Floss

The Botanical Artist Who Translate Plant Science Into Beautiful Art | Smithsonian.com

The Woman Who Challenged the Idea that Black Communities Were Destined for Disease | Smithsonian.com

The Rockstar Geologist Who Mapped the Minerals of the Cosmos | Smithsonian.com

The History of Breeding Mice for Science Leads Back to a Woman in a Barn | Smithsonian.com

'The Language We Speak to Ourselves' in Abby Norman's "Ask Me About My Uterus: A Woman's Quest to Make Doctors Believe in Women's Pain | Lady Science

The Who Shaped the Study of Fossil Brains | Smithsonian.com

Playing with Marbles | Real Life Magazine

The Woman Who Transformed How We Teach Geography |Smithsonian.com


How a Pioneering Botanist Broke Down Japan's Gender Barriers | Smithsonianm.com

Flowers of Resistance | Issue 4, Phox Pop (print mag)

"Building better technology, together": An Interview with the Recompiler's Audrey Eschright | Lady Science

How a Psychologist's Work on Race Identity Helped Overturn School Segregation in the 1950s | Smithsonian.com

The Bus | Lady Science

This 19th Century Lady Doctor Helped Usher Indian Women into Medicine | Smithsonian.com

In New Mexico, It's Back to School But Not Back to Lunch Shaming | 500 Pens

The Lady Anatomist Who Brought Dead Bodies to Light | Smithsonian.com

"Oh, yeah. That's totally a nipple": An Interview with Marie Sena | Lady Science

B For My Mom | Lady Science

Languages of Violence in 'The Handmaid's Tale' | Lady Science

The Logic of Cultivation in 'The Handmaid's Tale' | Lady Science

The Woman Who Stood Between America and an Epidemic of Birth Defects | Smithsonian.com

This Feminist Psychologist-Turned-Rock Star Led a Full Life of Resistance | Smithsonian.com

The 17th Century Lady Astronomer Who Took the Measure of the Stars | Smithsonian.com

What Trump's Immigration Policies Mean for Domestic Violence Victims | The Establishment

These Four Black Women Inventors Reimagined the Technology of the Home | Smithsonian.com 

What Will Become of Climate Refugees in the Age of Trump | Lady Science

Men, Get on Board With the Women's March or Sit Down | Lady Science

"Hidden Figures": Finally a NASA Film Not About White Guys | Lady Science


In "The Glass Universe," Dava Sobel Brings the Women 'Computers'of Harvard Observatory to Light | Smithsonian.com 

This Lady Scientist Defined the Greenhouse Effect but Didn't Get the Credit | Smithsonian.com

Thinking and Writing in a Post-Trump World | Lady Science

The Early Feminist Who Used Botany to Teach Kids About Sex | The Atlantic 

The Struggle of Women in Science is Written in the Stars | Aeon 

Freaks, Monsters, and Misogyny in "Penny Dreadful" | Lady Science

Gertrude Caton-Thompson, Women's Networks, and Racial Politics in Great Zimbabwe | Lady Science

Disability, Pregnancy, and the Continued Fight for Workers' Rights | Lady Science 

Monsters, Myths, and Constellations | Lady Science

Anthropos-cene | Lady Science

Manhattan's Missing Women | Women You Should Know

Searching for Racial and Sexual Justice in Reproductive Rights | Women You Should Know

Wonder Women of STEM | Women You Should Know

Women, Animals, and the Poetry of Activism | Nursing Clio

Vulgar Women, Queer Men, and Unruly Spirits | Lady Science

Who Killed the World? | Lady Science

The Lady Detective | Lady Science


"Ways to Please a Lady": Advertisements for the Modern Kitchen | Lady Science

"National Geographic" and the Modern Lens of Empire | Lady Science

Sex-Role Reversal and Gender Benders | Lady Science

Science with a Capital "S" | Lady Science

Surviving the Trenches | Lady Science

Subversive Science | Lady Science

Married to NASA | Lady Science

One Final Bone to Pick with "The Knick" | Lady Science

Fodder for Progress: Caesarean Patients in "The Knick" | Lady Science