New research on imposter stars may improve astronomical data

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Quick flashes of light in the night sky have been linked to the growing mass of satellites and debris zipping around Earth’s orbit. The orbital flashes, often mistaken for stars, occur 1,000 times an hour, according to new research led by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that may […]

Women Who Lead Episode 6: Imposter Syndrome & the Importance of Vulnerability

Women Who Lead Episode 6 is here: Imposter Syndrome & the Importance of Vulnerability. This episode interviews Martine Zimmerman. Martine is a Pharmaceuticals Director, with 25 years of experience in drug development and Regulatory affairs in all sectors: (NCE, vaccines, biotechnology) and for all regions of the world: USA, Europe, Japan rest of the world. […]