09 NEW EPISODE OF THE WOMEN IN SCIENCE MINI-VIDEO SERIES - AMUM
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09 NEW EPISODE OF THE WOMEN IN SCIENCE MINI-VIDEO SERIES

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to enjoy the fourth episode of the Women in Science series on American cytogenetics Barbara McClintock:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXjKP3GWoxz38lpB8dIrlQdzRby-4ub1I

(YouTube: Women in Science. AMUM Series)

Through these mini-videos AMUM wants to make known, through Art, scientific women who, with their work, in one way or another, changed the world. Her contributions to science were of the same caliber – or greater – than those of her male colleagues and their lives were marked by continuous struggle and enormous passion for their work. For this reason, we want to take advantage of this opportunity to highlight the life and work of these women who have chosen a scientific career as their way of life, thus giving them social recognition and helping to create female role models who can inspire and motivate women. young people to pursue a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) career.

The work is based on American theme painter Jennifer Mondfrans’s series of portraits of women scientists “At Least I Have You”:

http://www.jennifermondfrans.com/#at-least-i-have-you

In this series, each portrait includes a fictional letter about the scientist’s work and the challenges she faced.

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