Charles Darwin revolutionized science. His theory of evolution was based on careful observations of birds and other wildlife in places like the Galapagos Islands.
One thing that has been really slow to evolve is the gender mix in science. Men still dominate many scientific fields, just like they did in Darwin’s day, more than 150 years ago.
But gradually, more women are breaking in.
I met up with two young women scientists in ― where else? ― the Galapagos. Here are their stories.
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