MEET the Women of SciGirls

Do you ever wonder who the women are that work somewhere? Do you try picturing what their day looks like? And then wonder, what are their challenges? What motivates them to work in STEAM fields? What are they eating? Just who are they? We do. “The Women of SciGirls” launches a series that puts a little frame around some women that work at the same place. If you would like a … [Read more...]


On its fact sheet Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) boasts that it’s “the largest science and energy national laboratory in the Department of Energy system.”  Originally known as Clinton Laboratories, after the town of Clinton, Tennessee, ORNL was created in the fall of 1943, for the purpose of separating uranium for the Manhattan Project, which led to the development of the … [Read more...]