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  1. Society's Problem with Parity

    This week we celebrate Marie Curie's 150th birthday. Since her time as a scientist, the situation for women in science has changed a lot. Nevertheless, only a minority of science professors today is female. AcademiaNet spoke with Professor Polly Arnold who is the producer of "A Chemical Imbalance" and a strong fighter for women in science.

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    The AcademiaNet scientist is rewarded an OBE for her services to chemistry and women in STEM.

  3. Rhesus Proteins Transport Ions, Not Gas

    Do these proteins carry the gas ammonia or the ammonium ion across cell membranes? Biochemists have long speculated about the details of the ammonium transport proteins (Amt), which include the Rhesus protein factors. Researchers from Freiburg, Germany were able to show experimentally that indeed the ion is carried across the membrane, not the gas.