Issue Date: March 26, 2007
Mae Jemison has run experiments in space as the National Aeronautics & Space Administration's first female African American astronaut and beamed people on to the Starship Enterprise as an actor, but these high-altitude feats barely scratch the surface of her accomplishments here on Earth. Jemison is also a medical doctor, dancer, technology entrepreneur, and science communicator. She speaks Russian, Swahili, and Japanese, too.
Chatting with C&EN in a hotel room on a chilly . . .
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