Magic tricks can draw on dexterity, science, technique or even psychology. Here, we offer you the chance to travel back in time, to the beginning of the 20th century, and to reveal to you a few tricks of the period.
For twelve months, the subject of Women and Science was given a place of honor in the media, providing the perfect opportunity for us to meet Natalie Pigeard-Micault, engineer at the CNRS. From misogynistic arguments to fear of competition, explore with us the history of the first female physicians.
In search of great science writing titles to enjoy this summer, MyScienceWork turned to two scientists for their suggestions: Rosie Redfield, of open science blog RRResearch, and independent scholar Greg Laden, who can be found at his eponymous blog on scienceblogs.com.