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Emlyn tells Emma about the volcanologist who documented over 175 erupting volcanoes, Katia Krafft, and Emma tells Emlyn about the history of the history of women in science (so met...

Emma tells Emlyn about Ynes Mexia, the late-blooming botanist that collected over 150,000 plants during her short career, and Emlyn tells Emma about a new climate change podcast, t...

Emlyn tells Emma about the founder of bioinformatics and modern sequence databases, Dr. Margaret Dayhoff, and Emma tells Emlyn about the winners of the Science Fiction Hugo Awards!...

Emma tells Emlyn about the physicist and electrical engineer, Dr. Mildred Dresselhaus, who studied all things carbon and Emlyn tells Emma about the diet of saber-toothed cats and d...

Emlyn tells Emma about the FDA scientist that kept the birth-defect causing drug, Thalidomide, off the shelves in the US, and Emma tells Emlyn about the *power* of vitamin suppleme...

This week we change up the format and talk about TWO historical women in science! Emlyn tells Emma about Dr. Yvonne Barr, who helped discover the first cancer-causing virus in huma...

Emma tells Emlyn about the astronomer, Dr Vera Rubin, who found the best evidence of dark matter, and Emlyn tells Emma about research showing that male ecologists/zoologists rarely...

Emlyn tells Emma about the marine biologist, writer, and environmentalist, Rachel Carson, and Emma tells Emlyn about a heck of a lot of boss ladies! PLEASE FILL OUT THE SURVEY: ht...

Emma tells Emlyn about the chemist who found an effective treatment for leprosy, and Emlyn tells Emma about emotional contagion in ravens!  PLEASE FILL OUT THE SURVEY: https://do...

Emlyn tells Emma about the Pacific phycologist and Hawaiian ethnobotanist, Dr. Isabella Aiona Abbott, and Emma tells Emlyn about the body mass index (BMI) of Marvel characters! PLE...

Emma tells Emlyn about the Hollywood star and inventor, Hedy Lamarr, and Emlyn tells Emma about the book, Invisible women! Apologies on this episode, we get excited, and there is ...

Emlyn tells Emma about the cartographer and oceanographer, Marie Tharp, who mapped the ocean floor and found evidence for continental drift, and Emma tells Emlyn about research on ...

Emma tells Emlyn about the NASA computer, mathematician, and rocket scientist, Annie Easley, and Emlyn tells Emma about the first female winner of the Abel Prize, Dr. Karen Uhlenbe...

Emlyn tells Emma about the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, and Emma tells Emlyn about schoolgirl climate change warrior, Greta Thunberg.  WARNING: This episode ...

Emma tells Emlyn about the American anthropologist and archeologist, Zelia Nuttall, who spent her life studying remnants of ancient Mexican civilizations, and Emlyn tells Emma abo...

Emlyn tells Emma about the revolutionary oncologist and surgeon who contributed immensely to chemotherapy, Dr. Jane Cooke Wright, and Emma tells Emlyn about the hidden female figur...

Emma tells Emlyn about the American geology pioneer and first woman hired to the USGS, Dr. Florence Bascom, and Emlyn tells Emma about gene drives in mammals!  PLEASE FILL OUT THE...

Emlyn tells Emma about the x-ray crystallographer, Dr. Rosalind Franklin, who was instrumental in discovering the structure of DNA, and Emma tells Emlyn about "messy" companion sta...

Emma tells Emlyn about the chemist, Gertrude Belle Elion, who won a Nobel Prize for discovering new ways to treat diseases like leukemia and HIV, and Emlyn tells Emma about the upc...

24 women of STEMmas!

Come play with us! Emma and Emlyn quiz each other about the 24 women of STEMmas we have covered in our podcast so far! How many questions can you answer??  PLEASE FILL OUT THE SUR...

Emlyn tells Emma about Eunice Newton Foote, the climate scientist who discovered that carbon dioxide was the main cause of global warming, and Emma tells Emlyn about geckos and cof...

Emma tells Emlyn about the first woman to get at PhD in Mathematics, Dr. Sofia Kovalevskaya, and Emlyn tells Emma about the burden of antimicrobial resistance in the EU!  PLEASE F...

Emlyn tells Emma about the astrophysicist that discovered the composition of the sun and stars, Dr. Cecilia Helena Payne-Gaposchkin, and Emma tells Emlyn about midterm election res...

This week Emma tells Emlyn about the entomologist and civil rights activist (a.k.a. "the termite lady"), Dr. Margaret S. Collins, and Emlyn tells Emma about four female scientists ...

Emlyn tells Emma about the OG ecologist and professionally-trained artist, Maria Sibylla Merian, who described the life cycle and plant host use of ~200 insect species, and Emma te...

Emma tells Emlyn about the first female electrical engineer and National Inventor's Hall of Famer, Dr. Edith Clarke, and Emlyn tells Emma about the science of Dr. Christine Blasey ...

Emlyn tells Emma about Dr. Lise Meitner, the nuclear physicist who was instrumental in the discovery of nuclear fission, and Emma tells Emlyn about Dr. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who d...

Emma tells Emlyn about one of the first Indian women to receive a PhD, Dr. Asima Chatterjee, who studied the organic chemistry of plants, and Emlyn tells Emma about insects that vo...

Emlyn tells Emma about Dr. Roger Arliner Young, the first African American woman to receive a PhD in zoology and publish an article in Science, and Emma tells Emlyn about Dr. Je...

Episode 015 - PNAS Envy

Emma tells Emlyn about the psychoanalyst, Anna Freud, who pioneered the field of child therapy and Emlyn tells Emma about how spiders may alter greenhouse emissions in the arctic!...

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