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1 Property transfers (October 2020) | Business |
2 A Lab of One’s Own: Science and Suffrage in the First World War by Patricia Fara review – trailblazing feminists
3 Rosalind Franklin was so much more than the 'wronged heroine' of DNA
4 Science’s Invisible Women
5 Science's 'Leaky Pipeline': Why Women Leave Their Careers : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture
6 Science: A Four Thousand Year History review – a subversive pleasure
7 Erasmus Darwin and the great slaughterhouse of nature
8 When suffragists kicked open the lab door
9 How World War I Brought Women Scientists Into the Spotlight
10 Book review: This is how two 18th century botanists made the State pay for science
11 The Deafening Choir of Oncoming Fate: On Jan Eliasberg's
12 Erasmus Darwin: Sex, Science and Serendipity, by Patricia Fara
13 King's Ely students and staff take part in event for British Science Week
14 Remembering Rosalind Franklin, the ‘unsung heroine of DNA’, on her 100th birthday
15 A Lab of One's Own: the forgotten female scientists who shed stereotypes about women's abilities
16 Registering as a Foreign Agent Under FARA
17 Erasmus Darwin: sex, science, and serendipity | OUPblog
18 Last of the magicians
19 Steven Shapin · Keep him as a curiosity: Botanic Macaroni · LRB 13 August 2020
20 The lost women of Enlightenment science
21 Darwinian differences: How the theory of evolution viewed women as inferior
22 New narrative nonfiction [podcast] | OUPblog
23 Scientists Without Beards | OUPblog
24 Keep women in academia by providing childcare, historian urges universities
25 Helena Gleichen: pioneer radiographer, suffragist and forgotten hero of World War I
26 A time for action
27 In Covid year, why ‘unsung heroine of DNA’ Rosalind Franklin needs to be remembered for more
28 King's Ely goes all out to mark British Science Week!
29 Marie Curie tops BBC History poll of women who changed the world
30 Booz Allen retroactively registers under FARA
31 Women in science: Women's work
32 12 New Books We Recommend This Week
33 The Women Who Made the Internet and Other Stories
34 X-ray vision: the forgotten suffragette who pioneered radiography during the First World War
35 Five recommended reads for the Armistice Day Centenary
36 Marie Curie voted most influential woman in history
37 EDNY Prosecutor Gina Parlovecchio Joins Mayer Brown as Partner | New York Law Journal
38 Coronavirus Crisis Underlines Weak Spots in U.S. Economic System
39 The show must go on
40 Reviews roundup: The Butchering Art; Dunbar; After the Fire
41 Let It STEM, Let It STEM, Let It STEM: A Holiday Guide To 2019's Great Women In Science Books
42 GeoBits: International Women's Day Edition
43 The Woman at the Heart of Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight’ Sonata
44 The Super Bowl Is a Science Experiment
45 Grandfather Erasmus Darwin: written out of history | OUPblog
46 EarthBeat Weekly: Looking back at a year of EarthBeat
47 Frederick C. Tillis, Composer Who Straddled Genres, Dies at 90
48 Discovery, Madame Lavoisier's Translation of Oxygen
49 Partners for Clean Air offering scholarship for NWI students
50 Sights and speeches in science: museums, events and talks in Oxford
51 Dust sculptures and sketches exhibition tells the story of the Margate Caves
52 Book Review: The Future of the Professions: How Technology Will Transform the Work of Human Experts by Richard Susskind and Daniel Susskind
53 The women’s march: how the Suffragettes changed Britain
54 Sir Isaac Newton's Cambridge papers added to UNESCO's Memory of the World Register
55 Anne Arundel County and Howard County home sales
56 Billy Joe Shaver, Outlaw Singer and Songwriter, Dies at 81
57 What did Marie Skłodowska Curie ever do for us?
58 Food On A Plate Shouldn't Move : Krulwich Wonders...
59 The Top 10 Science Experiments of All Time
60 The Souls of Magnets
61 Friedreich's Ataxia Therapy Trial Testing CTI-1601 Starts Dosing Patients
62 Scottish WWI hero who wrote Britain's first ever sex guide hailed for liberating generation of women
63 Clare student out of hiding
64 International Women's Day: Émilie du Châtelet | OUPblog
65 Sitemap
66 Celebrating Charles Darwin's birthday | OUPblog
67 Proposed EU regulation to modernize copyright laws generates controversy, heated opposition
68 Pale Rider by Laura Spinney review – the flu pandemic that killed 50 million
69 Second grader shows off empty handgun magazine at recess, district responds
70 NJ girls soccer: 2020 Shore Conference team preview capsules
71 Salem changes Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day | Local News
72 UHV NewsWire
73 Teaching for the future: Educators prepare students for rapidly changing industries through tech, student-driven learning
74 COVID-19: Protective gear delivered to medical workers to alleviate scarcity
75 New Orleans property transfers, Jan. 13-17, 2020
76 East Jefferson property transfers, June 23-26, 2020 | Business News
77 When did the Queen Mother die, how old was she and where did her funeral take place?
78 What is cochlear implant surgery, is it available on the NHS and does it help deaf people hear?
79 Women of the world, take over: the books we'll be reading in 2018
80 Adweek Executive Mentor Program Doubles in Size for 2020
81 Broidy charge pulls back curtain on Trump-era sausage-making
82 SUNY Ulster students named to president's list, dean's list
83 Podcast: Quantum physics adds a twist and festive fun
84 Women in science: Pioneers blaze path for others
85 FP
86 Prince William County home sales
87 Obituary: Mark McKinsey Jr. | Obituaries |
88 Honor Rolls | News, Sports, Jobs
89 Joliet ranked as third most LGBTQ-friendly city in Illinois
90 Erie County Real Estate Transactions
91 Last night's radio: Seven Ages of Science
92 Cancer doctor sentenced to 45 years for 'horrific' fraud
93 Fighter Jets Fire Flares At Plane In No-Fly Zone During Trump's NJ Visit
94 AC Hotel and FPL host holiday Breakfast Meeting with a cause
96 Recommended Science Books For Non-Scientists
97 “Paint What's In Your Heart” theme for Professional Women's Council Luncheon
98 Fairfax County home sales
99 Deeds: Beaver County
100 Fernández loosens lockdown, despite surge in cases