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Month: November 2020

Guest writer: Did science kill her? by Helaine Becker

This post is written by Helaine Becker. Helaine is the bestselling author of more than 90 books for children and young adults, including the international bestseller Counting on Katherine: How Katherine Johnson Saved Apollo 13 (Henry Holt). She’s a multi-time winner of the Silver Birch Award and a two-time winner of the Lane Anderson Award …

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Guest writer: Me, my degree and baby makes three by Anna Kebke

This post is written by Anna Kebke. Anna is a Russian from Sweden, and is in her final year of her BSc (Hons) Marine Biology degree at the University of Aberdeen. She is passionate about sustainability and previously completed a sustainability internship with Sky. She’s also farmed ecological shrimp in Swedish waters using waste heat, …

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Guest writer: Crafting and connection during COVID by Hana Ayoob

This post is written by Hana Ayoob. Hana is an illustrator and science communicator. She’s passionate about bringing people together to explore and challenge science. Hana’s academic background is in zoology and she continues to indulge her interest in weird and wonderful animals by drawing and talking about them whenever she can. Find out more about …

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