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    A Quirk, a Chase and the Power of a Crowd

    • Date: March 13, 2014
    • Creator: Ricc Ferrante
    • Description: People everywhere are helping the Smithsonian Institution Archives make more of its collections deeply accessible through helping transcribe field books, journals, and diaries in our collections.

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  3. Wonderful Women Wednesday: Dr. Nancy Garwood

    • Date: August 2, 2017
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis

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  5. The Smithsonian’s first paid female scientist and full-time curator, Mary Jane Rathbun, spent her life’s work on the classification of decapod Crustacea (shrimps, crabs and their near relatives) and wrote a 4-volume series on the crabs of America. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Mary Jane Rathbun

    • Date: September 23, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: The Smithsonian’s first paid female scientist and full-time curator, Mary Jane Rathbun, spent her life’s work on the classification of decapod Crustacea (shrimps, crabs and their near relatives) and wrote a 4-volume series on the crabs of America. #Groundbreaker

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    #InspireHer: Museum Day Live!

    • Date: March 3, 2016
    • Creator: Anne Van Camp
    • Description: This is Women’s History Month and the Smithsonian Institution is making History for Women! On March 12, a special edition of Museum Day Live! will feature amazing programs and activities designed to inspire women and girls of color.

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  9. Dr. Mary Hagedorn, research scientist at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, created the first genome repository for endangered coral species and has distributed this germplasm to frozen banks around the world. If necessary, these banks could one day help reseed our oceans. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Mary Hagedorn

    • Date: November 12, 2014
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Dr. Mary Hagedorn, research scientist at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, created the first genome repository for endangered coral species and has distributed this germplasm to frozen banks around the world. If necessary, these banks could one day help reseed our oceans. #Grounbreaker

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  11. Smithsonian Institution Archives’ “She blinded me with science” Wikipedia Edit-a

    Link Love: 4/6/2012

    • Date: April 6, 2012
    • Creator: Catherine Shteynberg
    • Description: Link Love: a weekly blog feature with links to interesting videos and stories regarding archival issues, the Smithsonian, and history.

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    Finding Elizabeth

    • Date: July 7, 2010
    • Creator: Tammy L. Peters
    • Description: [caption id="" align="alignright" width="171" caption="Elizabeth Sabin Goodwin, c. 1920s–1970s, by Unidentified photographer, Black and white photographic print, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession number: SIA2008-1965. "][/caption] If you put it on Flickr, will they come? Well in this case, the answer is, "yes." In March 2009 we posted a number of images of women

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  15. Dr. Mary E. Rice was the first Director of the Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce. As a scientist, she was at the forefront of the new field

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Mary E. Rice

    • Date: March 25, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Dr. Mary E. Rice was the first Director of the Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce. As a scientist, she was at the forefront of the new field "evo-devo," evolutionary developmental biology. #Groundbreaker

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  17. Botanist and Director of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute's Herbarium, Dr. Mireya Correa, received the Jose Cuatrecasas Medal for Excellence in Tropical Botany offered by the Department of Botany and the United States National Herbarium, and Emeritus Scientist of the Year offered by Asociacion para el avance de la Ciencia. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Mireya Correa

    • Date: March 11, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Botanist and Director of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute's Herbarium, Dr. Mireya Correa, received the Jose Cuatrecasas Medal for Excellence in Tropical Botany offered by the Department of Botany and the United States National Herbarium, and Emeritus Scientist of the Year offered by Asociacion para el avance de la Ciencia. #Groundbreaker

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  19. Curator of Paleontology Division Charles Lewis Gazin looks on as vertebrate paleontology preparators Norman Boss (center) and Arlton Murray (right) prepare a giant sloth skeleton in the Vertebrate Preparation Lab for exhibit at the National Museum of Natural History, 1940s. Smithsonian Institution Archives, neg. no. MNH-37289B.

    Arlton C. Murray, Smithsonian Employee Who Became a Creation Scientist

    • Date: December 26, 2013
    • Creator: Ellen Alers
    • Description: The search to prove/disprove the office story of Arlton C. Murray, the Smithsonian employee who became a creation scientist.

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  21. Staff Scientist Emirata, Dr. Mary Jane West-Eberhard, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, studies why some organisms live in societies & is noted for arguing that phenotypic & developmental plasticity play a key role in sharing animal evolution. #Groundbreaker

    Women in Science Wednesday: Dr. Mary Jane West-Eberhard

    • Date: July 1, 2015
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Staff Scientist Emirata, Dr. Mary Jane West-Eberhard, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, studies why some organisms live in societies & is noted for arguing that phenotypic & developmental plasticity play a key role in sharing animal evolution. #Groundbreaker

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    Link Love: 2/9/2018

    • Date: February 9, 2018
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Smithsonian Books is publishing a pocket-sized version of "Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours," a 19th-century guide to color for artists, scientists, naturalists, and anthropologists. [via Colossal]The boundary of our known universe has expanded; a population of planets was discovered outside the Milky Way. [via WAPO]The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery's director, Kim

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