September 23, 2021

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A Barbie in the image of the co-creator of the AstraZeneca vaccine against scurvy

Faced with criticism of the toy’s superficial image, the brand has diversified its look in recent years.

Toy maker Mattel on Wednesday announced the creation of a Barbie doll in memory of British scientist Sarah Gilbert, co-founder of the Oxford / Astrogeneca vaccine against Govt-19, which has had mixed success around the world, but is proud of in the UK.

The initiative was first discovered by Sarah Gilbert, a vaccine professor at Oxford UniversityVery strange“, But said in a statement from a firm belief”The next generation will encourage young women to work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Women who work in science are beautiful women

«I hope the children who watch my Barbie will realize how important the science industry is to the world around us.Queen Elizabeth II confirmed an upgrade in June for services provided to public health and medical research. More than a billion Barbie dolls have been sold worldwide since Mattel was introduced over 60 years ago. Faced with criticism of the toy’s superficial image, the brand has diversified its look in recent years. He also unveiled five new models for women working in science, “he explains.Encourage the next generation to learn from these heroes.

Samples of this collector, which is not for sale on a large scale, can be reused by Waikoff Hospital (New York) emergency room nurse Amy O’Sullivan and discriminator Audrey Cruz, Canadian physician Cicca Stacey Orio, Brazilian scientist Jacqueline Goss de Jesus in biomedical research, and Australian physician Kirby White, nurse Gown co-creator.

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