portrait of Marilyn Fogle in front of book case
Marilyn Fogel, Biogeochemist and “Isotope Queen,” Dies at 69
Fogel mined information from isotopes to explore modern and ancient ecosystems, climatic changes, and evolution.
Marilyn Fogel, Biogeochemist and “Isotope Queen,” Dies at 69
Marilyn Fogel, Biogeochemist and “Isotope Queen,” Dies at 69

Fogel mined information from isotopes to explore modern and ancient ecosystems, climatic changes, and evolution.

Fogel mined information from isotopes to explore modern and ancient ecosystems, climatic changes, and evolution.

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Genome Pioneer Deborah Nickerson Dies at 67
Amanda Heidt | Feb 9, 2022
The University of Washington researcher leveraged data from the Human Genome Project to identify genes underlying various health conditions and advance precision medicine.
Push to Address Long-Standing Challenges for Parents in STEMM
Amanda Heidt | Jul 21, 2021
The organizers behind a Mothers in Science conference say that it’s time academia provide more support to researchers who are pregnant or looking after children.
Helen Murray Free smiling at the camera, wearing a red shirt and black jacket with red trim.
Diabetes Testing Pioneer Helen Free Dies at 98
Lisa Winter | May 5, 2021
Free’s dip-and-read urinalysis allowed diabetics to monitor glucose levels at home, rather than at a hospital.