The Future of Science Is Female: The Brilliant Minds Shaping the 21st Century (Gift for Teenage Girls 13-15)

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Tma Press
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5.2 X 7.0 X 0.6 inches | 0.5 pounds

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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.


If we want to encourage more girls to enter into science careers, we need to show females that this field was made for them to conquer. Zara Stone's engaging narrative does just that by introducing readers to brilliant but relatable female role models who are using science to positively change our world. ─Colleen Russo Johnson, PhD and Chief Scientist for Dream Studios Inc.

As Geena Davis says, 'If she can see it, she can be it.' By focusing on women working to change the current world, Zara Stone has created an important book. The Future of Science is Female will serve as inspiration- not only to young girls needing role models in science and technology, but to anyone who refuses to let society dictate what they 'should' be doing. I thoroughly enjoyed reading and learning about the stories of these diverse ladies who will help to create our future. ─Alicia Malone, author, Backwards and in Heels, The Female Gaze

A book that is sure to inspire a new generation of girls in STEM. Educational and inspiring! ─Felicia Day, New York Times bestseller, American actress, gamer, writer, web series creator, and queen of the geeks.

The Future of Science is Female shows us that future is happening now! Zara Stone will make you want to grab your lab coat and join the women making scientific her-story! ─Kellie Gerardi, author of Not Necessarily Rocket Science.