Monthly Archives: March 2010

If women are in science, and science is in the Antarctic, then women belong there

I remember that, as a grad student, I always listened up when I came across a prominent female researcher in marine science – there just weren’t (and still aren’t) that many of them… and I think I needed a role … Continue reading

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What will I write for Ada Lovelace Day?

A few weeks ago I signed up for Ada Lovelace Day, which happens tomorrow, on 24th of March – here’s the info from the website: Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of blogging (videologging, podcasting, comic drawing etc.!) to … Continue reading

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This is us, trying to fit in

**Or “Who cares if it’s der, die or das Tür – it’s a f%$#%*g door!!”** I’ve been wanting to write about this for a while, and now – after I was locked out of my blog for over two days … Continue reading

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