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Women Do Science, Too

Wrinkle-free cotton? A woman developed that. CRISPR? Also a woman. The creation of the first state-level water quality standards in the United States? You guessed it: a woman was behind that too. Although women have often faced barriers to participating in science—even sometimes seeing their contributions credited to men—science is definitely women’s work.

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