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The real reason there aren’t more female scientists | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Everywhere we hear about massive gender bias against women in fields like physics, technology and engineering. But what if it’s just not true? That’s coming up next on the Factual Feminist. There’s a class at Harvard called Math 55, which is advertised in the catalog as “probably the most difficult undergraduate math class in the […]

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Being ‘Out’ in STEM: Meredith Whitten MEM’19 (Science)

(gentle vibes playing) (soft guitar music) – [Meredith] First name Meredith, last name Whitten. I’m a Master’s of Environmental Management candidate with a concentration in Coastal Environmental Management. I think for the most part, as far as being out in STEM, it hasn’t really been an issue for me. I think the science community has […]

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Scientists May Be One Step Closer to Figuring Out How Fast the Universe is Expanding

The universe is a big place, and it’s getting bigger all the time. Space itself is stretching out, expanding in all directions. But exactly how fast it’s expanding is still hotly debated, and that number is vital to understanding the scale, size, and age of our universe. The speed at which the universe is growing […]

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Can We Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light? | Mass Effect Science Explained

Hey there, welcome to Playnoggin. I’m Julian, your brain’s player 2. Today we’re going to take a closer look at Mass Effect. And Mass Effect 2. And 3. But not Andromeda, that’s not out yet.. The Mass Effect series is rife with topics that would be perfect for Playnoggin: Artificial intelligence, futuristic weapons, and *ahem* […]

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