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CAPTION A graduate student gains hands-on experience with state-of-the-art nanotechnology equipment in the Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization Teaching Cleanroom.CREDIT Penn State Topics: African Americans, Diversity, Diversity in Sc…
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NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson (second left) is honored onstage with actors (left to right) Janelle Monae, Taraji P. Henson and Octavia Spencer - the stars of "Hidden Figures," which focuses on Johnson's work with NASA's Mercury program - duri…
Tuesday
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Image Source: Omni Nano - The challenge of defining nanotechnology to a broad audience Topics: African Americans, Diversity, Diversity in Science, Nanotechnology Article I Section 8 | Clause 8 – Patent and Copyright Clause of the Constitution. [The…
Monday
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The Drake Equation from the SETI institute. Topics: African Americans, Drake Equation, Existentialism, Extinction, Nanotechnology, PhilosophyWhere:N = The number of civilizations in the Milky Way Galaxy whose electromagnetic emissions are detectable…
Feb 21
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Ginai Seabron smiles as she exits the Biocomplexity Institute at Steger Hall after the nanoscience graduation ceremony, held the afternoon of May 11. Topics: Diversity, Diversity in Science, Nanotechnology, Women in ScienceOn May 11, (2018) Ginai Se…
Feb 20
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Dr. Moddie Taylor, Smithsonian Topics: African Americans, Chemistry, Diversity in Science, Nanotechnology Moddie Taylor was born on this date March 3, 1912. He was an African American chemist. From Nymph, Alabama, Moddie Daniel Taylor was the son of…
Feb 19
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John E. Hodge, African American Registry (link below)Topics: African Americans, Chemistry, Diversity in Science, NanotechnologyJohn Edward Hodge was born on this date (October 12) in 1914. He was an African American chemist.From Kansas City, Kansas…
Feb 18
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Science History Institute: Dr. Bettye Washington Greene  Topics: African Americans, Chemistry, Diversity in Science, Nanotechnology, Women in Science  American Chemical Society: Nanotechnology Bettye Greene was born on March 20, 1935 in Fort Worth…
Feb 17
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Feb 14
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Dr. Gladys Royal (left), Dr. W. E. Reed (left center), R. L. Satoera (right center) and Dr. George Royal (right), with x-ray equipment, North Carolina A&T College, 1961By THE AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL, COLLEGE, GREENSBORO, N. C. - THE A&T COLLEGE R…
Feb 13
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Feb 12
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Image Source: Darq Side Nerdettes dot com Topics: African Americans, Diversity in Science, Microbiology, Nanotechnology, Women in ScienceNanowerk: Nanotechnology and microbiologyJanuary 1, 1930 - November 12, 2015Dr. Jessie Isabelle Price was a micr…
Feb 11
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Feb 7
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Image Source: NASATopics: African Americans, Computer Science, NASA, Women in Science Ms. Easley likely did her great work with a slide rule. It's a lost art, like cursive writing. Annie Easley had never heard of the National Advisory Committee for…
Feb 6
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Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering: Facebook Topics: African Americans, Diversity, Diversity in Science, Economics, NanotechnologyHistorically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) should pursue research in the nanotech sector. Other un…
Feb 5
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Professor George Washington Carver, Tuskegee University, History.com Topics: African Americans, Biology, Diversity, Diversity in Science, NanotechnologyPart of being in nanotechnology is you get to exercise a bit of creativity and invention. Researc…
Feb 4
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