Michelle Larson is a boss in a glow-in-the-dark T-shirt at one of the world's top planetariums. She sat down with Newsy's Cody LaGrow to chat about girls studying STEM, the need for more women astronauts and the beauty of science.
Astrophysicist Wants To See More Girls Studying STEM
Michelle Larson, president and CEO of the Adler Planetarium in Chicago, teaches girls they already have the tools to be successful in science.
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Marapi volcano eruption in Indonesia claims 11 lives, 12 missing
Eleven climbers' bodies were found, and when the volcano erupted again Monday officials had to stop the search for the remaining 12 missing climbers.
Shark kills American who was paddleboarding near resort in Bahamas
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Palestinians receive confusing, conflicting evacuation orders from IDF
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US is running out of money for Ukraine, White House warns
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2-year-old becomes youngest member of world's highest IQ society
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