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Cast your vote for the unsung and insufficiently sung female heroes of science for a celebratory poster series from the Perimeter Institute
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In honor of International Women’s Day, 2018, our latest coverage of women at the forefront of science
Analysis of a fossil bird reveals an unexpected facet of dinosaur life.
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