Our October 2016 issue of RFS Briefing has some timely and encouraging updates on women in science, particularly:
Mary Ann Liebert Interview for The CEO FORUM, Volume VI, Issue 3, 2016
Mary Ann Liebert, founder and president of Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., was recently interviewed for the current issue of The CEO FORUM. The feature highlights the professional and personal side of the esteemed founder of the Rosalind Franklin Society. Additionally, Liebert shares her journey into scholarly publishing and what inspires her to continue her commitment to recognize, foster, and advance the important contributions made by women in science.
Deborah S. Jin Dies at 47; Physicist Studied Matter in Extreme Cold
nytimes.com, September 21, 2016
Deborah S. Jin, a distinguished physicist who created and explored matter that exists only at a sliver of a degree above absolute zero - or minus 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit - died on September 15, 2016 in Boulder, CO. She was 47. In 2005, Dr. Jin became the second-youngest woman ever elected to the National Academy of Sciences.