Portraits of Women Scientists

With a new portrait series, "Outnumbered," photographer Clare Fieseler offers a fresh look at women scientists at work in the field. Her images—featuring a tough-as-nails swamp biologist, a tattooed nanochemist who cycles competitively, and others—challenge monochrome preconceptions of women scientists. The portraits also provide a touchstone for young women who aspire to careers in science. Fieseler is also a marine ecologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

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