Women in Science on the Air

Women in Science on the Air
11:48 am
Tue March 31, 2009

The Tech Club: Kay C. Dee

Albany, NY – How long does it take for a broken bone to heal? Biomedical engineer Kay C. Dee is working to speed up the healing process. Dee spoke about her work as a scientist and professor at Tulane University. Ms. Dee's webpage: http://www2.tulane.edu/article_news_details.cfm?ArticleID=4459

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Women in Science on the Air
10:58 am
Tue March 31, 2009

The Tech Club: Mary Manhein

Albany, NY – Mary Manhein is a forensic anthropologist who is known to the world as, 'The Bone Lady'. She runs the FACES Lab at Louisiana State University where she uses forensic Science to help solve crimes and identify the dead. In addition to being a scientist who loves her work, Manhein is a wonderful writer and mom. For more information, please go to the FACES website http://www.lsu.edu/faceslab

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Women in Science on the Air
4:16 pm
Fri March 27, 2009

Powerful Signals, Part 2: Lori Polasek Audio Diary: Part 3

Women in Science on the Air
4:15 pm
Fri March 27, 2009

Powerful Signals, Part 2: Lori Polasek Audio Diary: Part 2

Women in Science on the Air
4:13 pm
Fri March 27, 2009

Powerful Signals, Part 2: Lori Polasek Audio Diary: Part 1

Women in Science on the Air
4:12 pm
Fri March 27, 2009

Powerful Signals, Part 2: Tracy Drain Audio Diary: Part 3

Albany, NY – Tracy Drain is an engineer who helped build the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Today we follow Tracy as she waits for the orbiter to reach the red planet.

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Women in Science on the Air
4:12 pm
Fri March 27, 2009

Powerful Signals, Part 2: Tracy Drain Audio Diary: Part 2

Albany, NY – Tracy Drain is an engineer who helped build the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Today we follow Tracy as she waits for the orbiter to reach the red planet.

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