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Dr. Maydianne Andrade, a zoologist, has the enviable job of studying cannibalistic spiders. Her career might seem like something out of a horror film (her favorite genre).   Andrade studies the cannibalistic behavior of the Australian redback spider. and has discovered why it makes evolutionary sense for the males of this species commit what she calls "adaptive suicide."

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In a series of famous studies, researchers found that kindergartners had no stereotypes at all. But by the second grade, they all had one standard image, and it was - a scientist wore a white lab coat and glasses. And he was always a white man. Isn't it about time to change that stereotype??  This …
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3-D viewing glasses were invented by a Black Scientist.  Kenneth J. Dunkley, research scientist and President, Holospace Laboratories Inc., discovered the existence of two points located on the periphery of a person's vision that, if obstructed, will cause an ordinary picture to appear three-dimensional. This discovery led to the invention of the 3-D glasses. He is also a leader in the field of holography.

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