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Episode Info: Every early chemist has heard of Boyle’s law -- the equation that relates a gas’s pressure to its volume. But even if you have some awareness of Robert Boyle himself, it’s unlikely that you’ve heard of his sister...even though she was probably talking him through his ideas, either in person or by letter. This episode of Babes of Science was produced in collaboration with Distillations Podcast.  Babes of Science is a podcast that seeks to answer two questions: Who are the women who changed the trajectory of science? And why has it taken us so long to recognize their work? Music in this episode: Theme: Showers by Podington BearDay Into Night by RhoDaydream Shelshock by Wolf AsylumAm I The Devil YEYEYHistory Explains Itself by The LosersLike Swimming Broke For FreeInsatiable Toad by Blue Dot SessionsOne And by Broke For FreeModulation of the SpiritMelt by Broke For FreeEleanor by The LosersI Am A Man Who Will Fight For Your Honor by Chris ZabriskieTidal Wave by YEYEYRead more »

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