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  1. State Highway in Bolling Memorial Redwood Grove, Humboldt County, California, 1921.

    Science Service, Up Close: Save the Redwoods

    • Date: May 21, 2015
    • Creator: Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette
    • Description: Science Service: Up Close - Pictures from the Bolling Memorial Redwood Grove, Humboldt County, California.

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Helene C. Muller-Landau

    • Date: March 27, 2019
    • Creator: Emily Niekrasz
    • Description: Dr. Helene C. Muller-Landau, Lead Scientist, CTFS Global Forest Carbon Initiative, has researched the patterns, causes, and consequences of plant diversity for the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute since 2008. As leader of the program, Muller-Landau strives to implement standardized measurements of forest carbon stocks and fluxes across forest research sites.

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    Documenting a Life of One’s Own

    • Date: March 24, 2022
    • Description: Consider the courage it took for some of the earliest women in science at the Smithsonian to donate their personal papers to the Institution.

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    New Year, Same Field

    • Date: January 31, 2019
    • Creator: Kira M. Sobers
    • Description: Explore the different ways that scientists celebrated New Year’s during field trips abroad.

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    Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Selina R. Cole

    • Date: June 30, 2021
    • Creator: Emily Niekrasz
    • Description: Each week, the Archives features a woman who has been a groundbreaker at the Smithsonian, past or present, in a series titled Wonderful Women Wednesday.

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  11. Physical scientist Nicole Little, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, researches the quantification of heavy metals in historic human bone as well as the identification of corrosion products for museums from across the Smithsonian. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Nicole Little

    • Date: February 10, 2016
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Physical scientist Nicole Little, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, researches the quantification of heavy metals in historic human bone as well as the identification of corrosion products for museums from across the Smithsonian. #Groundbreaker

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  13. Botanist and Curator, Dr. Vicki Funk of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History's Department of Botany, directs the Biological Diversity of the Guiana Shield Program. She specializes in the Compositae (Sunflower family), focusing on the evolution and biogeography of plants of South American highlands. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Vicki Funk

    • Date: July 22, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Senior Scientist Vicki Funk, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's Department of Botany, directs the Biological Diversity of the Guiana Shield Program and specializes in the evolution and biogeography of plants of the South American highlands. #Groundbreaker

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  15. Link Love: 9/18/2020

    • Date: September 18, 2020
    • Description: Link Love: a weekly post with links to interesting videos and stories about archival issues, technology and culture, and Washington D.C. and American history.

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  17. Senior scientist, Dr. Cynthia Gilmour, is the Director of the Microbial Ecology Lab at the Smithsonians Environmental Research Center where studies microbes that produce methylmercury in order to reduce the risk of mercury pollution. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Cynthia Gilmour

    • Date: February 25, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Senior scientist, Dr. Cynthia Gilmour, is the Director of the Microbial Ecology Lab at the Smithsonian's Environmental Research Center where studies microbes that produce methylmercury in order to reduce the risk of mercury pollution. #Groundbreaker

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  19. Materials scientist Dr. Odile Madden, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, studies the role of polymer-plasticizer interaction in plastic degradation and the characterization and reverse engineering of historic plastic artifacts. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Odile Madden

    • Date: January 27, 2016
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Materials scientist Dr. Odile Madden, Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, studies the role of polymer-plasticizer interaction in plastic degradation and the characterization and reverse engineering of historic plastic artifacts. #Groundbreaker

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  21. Dr. Nancy Knowlton, Marine Scientist at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History researches the ecology and evolution of coral reefs using molecular genetics, field studies, and mathematical modeling. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Nancy Knowlton

    • Date: June 17, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Dr. Nancy Knowlton, Marine Scientist at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History researches the ecology and evolution of coral reefs using molecular genetics, field studies, and mathematical modeling. #Groundbreaker

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  23. Senior Scientist, Dr. Denise Breitburg, directs the Marine & Estuarine Ecology Lab at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, and has developed novel ways to investigate the impacts of dead zones and acidification on Chesapeake Bay fish and invertebrates. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Denise Breitburg

    • Date: January 28, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Senior Scientist, Denise Breitburg, directs the Marine & Estuarine Ecology Lab at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, and has developed novel ways to investigate the impacts of dead zones and acidification on Chesapeake Bay fish and invertebrates. #Groundbreaker

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