Your Scientific Name

A is for Astronomer!
B is for Bioengineer!
C is for Computer programmer!

What scientific careers do the letters of your name represent? Learn about different science careers from real scientists!



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  • Enter your child's name and gender
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Why this book is so special

  • Your child's name is used to create the story so every story is different!
  • Your child's character is used in the book
  • Your child will learn about different STEM careers and meet real female and minority scientist role models!
Additional information

  • Price: eBook is free; Hardcover books start at $29.99 + $1.50 per letter
  • Size: 8.5" x 11"
  • Length: varies depending on name. +3 pages per letter.
  • Recommended Age: 4 - 10
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Meet the Scientists

Meet a real scientists behind My Scientific Name!

Ruoran Li grew up in Shenzhen, a Chinese city bordering Hong Kong. She became acutely aware of the enormous changes economic development could bring to the social structure and life styles of the human population. Having experienced first hand the outbreak of SARS in 2003, she developed a keen interest in crisis response and public health. She became an epidemiologist, one who studies and analyzes patterns, causes and effects of health and disease conditions in populations. Her interest lies in studying the impact of social structure and policy interventions on health and behaviors. She is particularly drawn to the field of infectious disease modeling, because of its ability to predict and project evolutions of diseases and human responses in different populations. She is currently an epidemiologist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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