Links about Scientists
Women in Science
The European Research Commission has compiled a collection of brief mp3 segments discussing European women in science through history. I found
the narrators to be quite pleasing to listen to and I appreciate learning more about
women who made significant contributions to science. You can also download a pdf book
with the same information.
Awesome! From Women in Science.org, you can hear radio broadcasts about Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics ON
And finally, an extensive list (4,000 years worth) of women
in the sciences can be found here.
Make:Technology on Your Time, comes The Elements of Humanity: a Fascination with Science and Technology.
Make Magazine interviewed great minds in science and technology
to find out what intrigues them and find out more about what the work they do.
The videos are absolutely delightful!
you ever wondered who the Eustachian tube is named after?
What about something more obtuse like the Node of Ranvier?
These powerpoints take a special view of histology (viewing tissues of the body with a microscope) and the men, all
European and mostly sporting facial whiskers of some sort or another, who made the discovery of the structures named after
I discuss both the men and the structures with pictures of both as available!
enjoy! I had a fantastic time putting this together. I have a running joke throughout and a few other random facts that could
make this enjoyable to those who might not normally want to view this material. Hold out to the end if you can....
Your choice for what will open on your computer:
Eponymously yours 97-2003
Eponymously yours, part 2, the increase of facial hair microsoft
Eponymously yours part 2 97-2003
Candid Science Index of Scientists Interviewed by Dr. Hargittai for his
six volume series of interviews with famous scientists.