Reminder to Submit Posts to the Diversity in Science Carnival for Hispanic Heritage Month

Oct 05 2009 Published by under Blogging, Diversity in Science

DiSBadge_150.pngThe Diversity in Science Blog Carnival was created by D.N. Lee of the Urban Science Adventures! blog when she issued a call and hosted the inaugural edition. The Diversity in Science Carnival #2 was hosted at Thus Spake Zuska under the theme Women Achievers in STEM - Past and Present.
The US National Hispanic Heritage Month [Wikipedia] runs from 15 Sep to 15 Oct every year. I issued a call for the next edition. I encourage you to write up a brief post on a Hispanic scientist (currently active or a historical contributor) in your own field and submit it to the carnival by October 9.

2 responses so far

  • Funky Fresh says:

    Dude! We gots until the 9th! Chillax!

  • Skullsike says:

    Here is a science achevement:
    A device to hold the tortillas in the U-shape as they were deep-fried. A patent for such a device was issued to New York restaurateur Juvenico Maldonado in 1950, based on his patent filing of 1947. U.S. Patent No. 2,506,305

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