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Episode 5 - History of women in science: Dr. Isabella Karle and pocket plutonium

24-05-2016

In a wide-ranging interview, Dr. Melissa Flagg, senior executive at the Defense Department for research, talks with NRL alum Dr. Isabella Karle about her time at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, the Nobel Prize, and as one of the few women working on the Manhattan Project. And yes, there are frog toxins. Enjoy!

Categories | National Government | Natural Sciences | Tech News

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