The Future of Science Is Female: The Brilliant Minds Shaping the 21st Century
Description#1 New Release in Teen & Young Adult Inventions and History of Science and Biographies ─ Badass Women Scientists and Entrepreneurs You Should Know
From saving the oceans to improving the rehabilitation and job prospects of people struggling in prison, these badass female scientists and entrepreneurs are changing the world.
Take a look at what the future holds--and how women are making it better. In The Future of Science is Female, author and award-winning journalist Zara Stone shares the fascinating, complicated stories of how a diverse group of powerful women got started--from the perspective of those still working it out as they go along. Take 22-year old Dominique Barnes, a female hero of the oceans. She was worried about all the dolphins and whales killed during shrimp farming, so the marine biologist created a tasty, affordable plant-based shrimp alternative. And she's just one of the sheroes you will discover in The Future of Science is Female.
Real encouragement and inspiration for today's amazing girls. Forget the "ivory tower" of accomplishment. Learn about the drama, tears, and adventures everyday women heroes face as they race to fix everything the world has messed up. The Future of Science is Female inspires future female founders of the world to turn their dreams into reality. In this book, learn about:
- Kimberlie Le and her edible synthesized fungi that tastes just like your favorite seafood
- Pree Walia's Nailbot, a portable printer that prints nail art from a cellphone and encourages girls to join STEM programs
Readers of inspiring books about strong women like The Book of Awesome Women, Galaxy Girls, and Girls Who Run the World will love The Future of Science is Female.
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About the Author
Zara Stone is an award-winning journalist who has been published and has appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Vice, Forbes, Wired, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, ABC News, the BBC, OZY Media, and BuzzFeed.
As a reporter she covers technology and culture, and the eccentricities of the startup world. The Future of Science is Female is her first book. She was born in London, England, and moved to the US for graduate school. She lives in San Francisco.