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Blog: 2022

[image] The Women Scientists Who Inspire NHMU Researchers

The Women Scientists Who Inspire NHMU Researchers

Women throughout history have shaped science and our understanding of nature.
[image] Steven Pinker’s Rational World

Steven Pinker’s Rational World

Humanist thinker Dr. Steven Pinker launched our 2022 lecture series on March 22.
[image] Transgender Women Trailblazers Are Changing the Nature of Science

Transgender Women Trailblazers Are Changing the Nature of Science

The stories of transgender women in science are just beginning to be told.
[image] Women Bust Science Stereotypes

Women Bust Science Stereotypes

Women have always been a part of science, a reason to celebrate even as we push for change.
[image] How Do Animals Make All Their Beautiful Colors?

How Do Animals Make All Their Beautiful Colors?

From outstanding oranges to vibrant violets, life on Earth makes colors in a variety of different ways.
[image] The History of Science Isn't the Same Without Black History

The History of Science Isn't the Same Without Black History

Creating change in the present requires understanding the past.
[image] On Charles Darwin and the Thrill of Discovery

On Charles Darwin and the Thrill of Discovery

The thrill of discovery drives scientists, including very young ones.
[image] People Used Tobacco in Utah 12,300 Years Ago

People Used Tobacco in Utah 12,300 Years Ago

An archaeological site in Utah's west desert contains some intriguing evidence about a familiar plant.
[image] The best snake is not a dead snake, but a holotype snake is the best kind of dead snake

The best snake is not a dead snake, but a holotype snake is the best kind of dead snake

Part II in a two part series that makes a case for Utah’s most important snake.
[image] Why Representation Matters in Science

Why Representation Matters in Science

The start of Black History Month is a good time to remember the power of representation