Female Scientists Inspire Women through Coloring Book
COSAM researcher, Dr. Joanna Sztuba-Solinska, and her team are highlighted in a coloring book that promotes science and engineering to inspire young learners. The free coloring pages are part of volume two of the ColorMePhD series developed in collaboration with Dr. Julie Rorrer (UC Berkley) focusing on emerging women in science. Dr. Gabriela Chavez-Calvillo and undergraduate Sabrina Cline are also featured and contributed to the fun coloring pages.
“I always tell my mentees, it is crucial to communicate science in an effective manner,” Dr. Solinska said. “This is especially important to encourage young science enthusiasts to join STEM fields. What is the better way than developing a coloring book that unwinds your mind and spark your imagination?”
In these pages, you can color your way through the definition of ribonucleic acid or RNA is, find out what are the main types of RNAs you find inside living cells, and how viral RNAs can be targeted with drugs.
The coloring pages are available in four languages: English, Spanish, French and Polish.
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