Brittany Fair joins Hair Club for Science Journalists (LFFFHCfSJ)

Brittany Fair has joined the Luxuriant Flowing, Former, or Facial Hair Club for Science Journalists™ (LFFFHCfSJ). She says: You can call me Chewy. When not in Chewbacca form, my hair also enjoys styles such as Kelp Forest Mermaid, Princess Anna, and Legolas. Its utter independence is bewildering. Although, I do enjoy the surprise hairdo that accompanies each […]

2018 in Hair (Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™)

The 2018 Members Gallery for The Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists is now available to the public. Once a year, we gather the listings of all the new inductees into such a gallery – before that, new inductees are only seen individually (in the Improbable Blog) as they join throughout the year. We invite […]

Danielle Norberg joins Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Social Scientists

Danielle Norberg has joined the Luxuriant Flowing, Former, or Facial Hair Club for Social Scientists™ (LFFFHCfSS). She says: Some cultures see long hair as part of or as an extension to their sensory system; members of such cultures believe or even experience the loss of important abilities when their hair is cut. For others, their long hair contains […]

Christian Steven Hoggard joins Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists

Christian Steven Hoggard has joined the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists™ (LFHCfS). He says: After finishing my PhD and moving to Denmark for post-doctoral work I began to realise the amount of positive feedback on my glorious locks (no minor revisions needed here!). Christian Steven Hoggard, PhD., LHFHCfS Postdoctoral Researcher in Palaeolithic Archaeology and Artefact Morphometrics Department […]

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen joins the LFHCfS (Luxuriant Facial Hair Club for Scientists)

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (1845-1923) has joined the Historical Honorary Members of the Luxuriant Flowing Hair Club for Scientists. Known as the “Father of Radiology”, he discovered and investigated X-Rays while experimenting with vacuum tubes in 1895.  He named them "X-Rays" because they were an unknown form of radiation and he refused to patent his discovery. […]