XMaS Scientist Experience

STEM Girls are everywhere! We were recently contacted by some amazing girls at the University of Warwick, in conjunction with the University of Liverpool. They recently coordinated a project to support women in STEM careers by running a competition in schools for...

STEM Girls: Dorothy Hodgkin

Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin was born in Cairo in 1910. Her father was working in the Egyptian Education Service, but soon moved to the Sudan to become the Director of Education and Antiquities. Her mother was involved in her father’s work, but became an authority...

Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin

May 12th’s Google doodle honored the birthday of biochemist Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin. Hodgkin is famous for her important achievements in protein crystallography, for which she won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1964. But before her remarkable accomplishments...

Dorothy Hodgkin

The first time I saw Dorothy Hodgkin’s name was in a chemistry textbook, talking about her work on the structure of insulin. It was one of the first things that interested me in structural biology. The more I learnt about structural biology the more I found out...

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