Monthly Archives: April 2013

Boston, Terror, and Women in STEM

A couple of years ago I stood near the bottom of Meteor Crater in Arizona and stared at a fist-sized chunk of rusting iron embedded in the crater wall, a remnant of the ~50-meter-diameter nickel-iron meteorite that slammed into the Earth about 50,000 years ago.  When an impact crater is formed, a lot of things […]

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