Via Drusilla, over at Dagens onde kvinner, I give you this gorgeous drawing of what researchers look like – by ten year old Ina Sofie Stien. This is from Forskning.no, a Norwegian website run by the universities that presents current research in a popular format.
drawing of researchers by 10-year-old

I think I’ll be the one in the pink dress at the computer with the birds. Which researcher will you be?

2 thoughts on “what researchers look like

  1. Toby

    I think I’ll be the one in pink with her dog. Could be my dog Max.
    Thank you for your wonderful work in social media. You have been an inspiration
    for quite some time.

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