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Sally Ride was the first woman in space, right? Actually, she wasn't! Separate fact from fiction about some of the most intriguing STEM trivia. (The correct answer: she was third.)

The human skeleton has approximately 150 bones.

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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s book about how women can achieve more in business is called Lean Out.

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Summer & Weekend Camps for STEM

What did you do on your summer vacation? Next fall, your answer could be: “I worked at NASA to design a space exploration mission.” Or, “I designed a video game. Wanna play?” Or even, “I trained to be a fighter pilot.”

We’ve compiled a list of camps for girls who love science, technology, engineering and math who want to explore.

  • An Interview with 2008 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow, Dr. Sara Anton
    For Girls In Science caught up with 2008 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Sara Anton. We asked...
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  • An Interview with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow, Dr. Antonina Roll-Mecak
    For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Dr. Antonina Roll-Mecak. We...
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  • An Interview with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Michele Povinelli
    For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Michele Povinelli, Assistant...
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  • An Interview with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Stacy Philpott
    For Girls In Science caught up with 2006 L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellow Dr. Stacy Philpott, Associate Professor...
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Career Tip: Every field has its own vocabulary, shorthand and even slang. As you explore your career options, take note of the terms people use. And if you don’t understand the STEM language an expert, teacher, classmate or friend uses, go ahead and ask for a translation!
L’Oréal and the Science of Beauty

At L’Oréal, we don’t just depend on science, we believe in science. It’s science that can turn the impossible into the possible, turn a dream into a reality, and in turn, reinvent our future. But none of this is conceivable without the curiosity and creativity of those behind the science: scientists themselves. They are the ones who dream and inspire. So why is there a shortage of women that pursue the field? That is why we at L’Oréal have created a community for girls who love science and a place for them to dream big. That place is For Girls in Science.

Great STEM Careers

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What do you want to be when you grow up? The passions that inspire you today could inspire your career choice tomorrow. Hall of Fame Inventor Esther Takeuchi was drawn to inventing by her innate sense of fun. “I’m really driven by curiosity,” Takeuchi has said. “A lot of times, people who aren’t scientists don’t realize the level of creativity and novelty that’s involved in scientific experiments." With 145 patents on her resume, she’s at work perfecting the electric car battery of the future. But it all began with a little girl’s love for asking, “why?”

Dr. Antonia Coello Novello developed a passion for medicine after losing her father at the age of four and suffering illness herself, as a child.

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