Sara Rankin
Sara's superpower: regenerative healing
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This issue of "Amazing Scientists" is reminiscent of Marvel's 1970 comic cover designs. In the mid-70's, Marvel introduced a coloured band at the top of some of their comics. Here are the drawing's hidden treasures:


SCIENCE SUPERHERO
"It was just a matter of finding out for myself how I could learn and memorise."
Sara Rankin
The design on Sara's outfit is the logo of Imperial College School of Medicine.
Imperial College London features in the background.
Sara, founder of 2EMpower, is dyslexic and dyspraxic and works to improve STEM education for neurodiverse children and young adults.
TRUE IDENTITY
Sara is a Professor of Leukocyte and Stem Cell Biology at Imperial College London. Her work focuses on stimulating bone marrow stem cells to repair the body. Sara, founder of 2EMpower, is dyslexic and dyspraxic and works to improve STEM education for neurodiverse children and young adults.


About Sara
Sara talks about stem cells. She explores the super powers of stems cells, including their ability to transform into all kinds of different cells and to fix your body.
Video credit: The Curious Act
4 Famous Dyslexic Scientists
Many people believe that Einstein and Leonardo da Vinci were dyslexic.
Want to find out more about bone marrow? Watch this video from Operation Ouch to learn more!
What is Bone Marrow?
DID YOU KNOW ?
Find out more about Stem cells in this video from the Khan Academy.
What are Stem Cells?
Video Credit: Operation Ouch
Video Credit: Khan Academy
Sara Rakin is dyslexic and works to improve STEM education for neurodiverse children and young adults.
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