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Have you ever made a photograph without a camera or used a radish to test
Young women in the Rural Girls in Science program have explored
science at science camp and in their
Find out what they did and look at some of their creative results!
Science at Home
MAKING PHOTOGRAMS: You
photographs without a camera by using a special light-sensitive paper.
young women put their photograms on the web to show you what is
THE CHEMISTRY OF FRAGRANCE:
The strong scents of plants come from aromatic oils which are in plant
cells. Three young women share their formulas for natural
fragrances made from plants.
Science in the Lab
Master teachers in science share some of their favorite lesson plans for
teaching in the classroom.
Books and Links
To learn more about women in science, take a look at this short
Girls in Science- Meeting the Challenge Through a Comprehensive
funded by the National Science Foundation Project HRD-94500053
Dr. Angela B. Ginorio, Principal Investigator
Rural Girls in Science Program
Imogen Cunningham Hall Box
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195 (206) 543-7476 FAX (206)