May Britt Moser looks great in her Nobel neuron dress

I love this. May Britt Moser accepted her Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (shared with Edvard Moser and John O'Keefe) in a dress inspired by her work. Designer Matthew Hubble incorporated neurons in a way that was still pretty and not too costume-y. (More info and an interview w/ the designer over at SciAm). » 12/11/14 5:33pm 12/11/14 5:33pm

Thanks To That Shirt, We May Get a Shirt Celebrating Women In Science

It is an incredible day for science when a tiny robot manages to land on a comet. It is an irritating day for science when that gets overshadowed by a poor wardrobe choice. It is a good day for science when that mistake is quickly addressed, and even better when it results in a fantastic new shirt design. » 11/15/14 8:28pm 11/15/14 8:28pm

The Lady-Scientist Lego Set Is Now Available!

After much anticipation, and more than a little prodding, Lego has added three female researchers to its cadre of scientific minifigs. The "Reseach Institute" playset features an astronomer, a paleontologist and a chemist, and a range of badass accoutrements (like Lego dinosaur fossils!) specific to each specialty. » 8/02/14 11:00am 8/02/14 11:00am

This is Every New Paleontologist from China's Top Research School

China is home to some of the richest fossil deposits in the world, and has been the source of many of the exciting recent discoveries in paleontology. But the country is having trouble attracting new paleontology students. This "group photo of one" represents the entire paleontology graduating class at China's #1… » 6/20/14 1:02am 6/20/14 1:02am

Oh, this? Just some teenage girls from Africa who invented a…

How's this for an innovative startup: four African girls — the eldest of which is just fifteen years old — have worked together to invent a generator that's powered by urine. The group presented their creation at this year's Maker Faire Africa, and it's so freaking brilliant it makes me want travel back in time and… » 11/08/12 5:20pm 11/08/12 5:20pm