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Charlene Anderson

The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science

Posted by Charlene Anderson

28-02-2011 16:10 CST

Topics: events and announcements

Are you concerned about the future of women in science? Well, you should be, since the women working in science today and tomorrow will help shape the world you live in. On March 1 (next Tuesday) you can tune in to "The Future of Women in Chemistry and Science," an hour-long event in which you can see and hear 60 "distinguished" women talk about how to advance science...and one of them will be me.

My 60 seconds are devoted to communicating science, which is what I've been trying to do for the last 30 years at the Planetary Society. I was happy to contribute to this discussion, as part of UNESCO's International Year of Chemistry.

To join the on-line event, please sign up online, and I'll see you there!

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