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Published in 2016
Scientist Hope Jahren's relationship with science, in her own words.
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Published in 2016
"See the full mini-issue of the science magazine Nautilus that was included in the Earth Science Week 2019 Toolkit celebrating the theme """"Geoscience Is for Everyone."""""
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Published in 2016
A video interview of scientist Hope Jahren and her work in the lab. Jahren talks about her upcoming book, the scientific process, and being a woman in the science field.
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Trees grow at different rates in different conditions. What variables impact the growth of a plant or tree? How do they change the growth? What can we learn about past climate from tree rings?
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Published in 2020
Particle physicist Jessica Esquivel on diversity, perseverance, and the search for a new understanding of our universe.
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Published in 2019
Fermilab scientist Jessica Esquivel donned a superhero costume to celebrate diversity in STEM, nerdiness and science at Wakandacon in Chicago.
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Learn more about the Muon g-2 experiment that Dr. Jessica Esquivel works on.
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Learn about Dr. Jessica Esquivel's work on MicroBooNE at Fermi Lab.
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Published in 2016
Why I Love Neutrinos is a series spotlighting those mysterious, abundant, ghostly particles that are all around us. This installment features Jessica Esquivel of Syracuse University. For more information on neutrinos, visit the Fermilab website.
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Published in 2018
Fermilab recently hosted more than 300 students from 13 schools for a special showing of Hidden Figures and a panel discussion with four Fermilab scientists, including Jessica Esquivel. This video was played as part of the panel introductions.
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View lessons and activities about physicist Jessica Esquivel's work.
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View lessons and activities about Particle Physicist, Jessica Esquivel.
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In this investigation we introduce students to thinking about and testing their ability to study things they can't see. Students use indirect observation to investigate tiny hidden objects during their quest to identify them. As they explore objects hidden in mystery boxes such as steel wool, a...
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Students will use inference and interpretation of indirect observations to create a model of an object that they cannot see.
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Data collection, including measurements, is the foundation of science. How do scientists know that the measurements they are making are correct, precise and accurate? How can scientists in one part of the world feel confident with the measurements of scientists in another part of the world? This...
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View lessons and activities about science and science fiction with Jessica Esquivel, particle physicist.
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Science fiction shows like Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, and Stargate are not just fun adventures -- they contain a lot of real science! Your assignment is to think about how to use real science and exaggerated or imagined science to make you own science fiction television show. You will present...
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Homepage for Jessica Esquivel. What was your favorite science fiction show as a child growing up? When Jessica Esquivel saw shows with Particle Physicists from NASA fighting aliens on a show she knew she wanted to be a Particle Physicist. She earned her undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering...
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Read the Nautilus article, How Art Helps Science Advance and discover how a love for dance and creativity became part of an engineering career for Jasmine Sadler.
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Published in 2020
Shyla Raghav uses her ecology background to advocate for the environment.
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