Profile: Angel Vu

Reference & Research Specialist

Angel Vu is a Reference & Research Specialist in the Business Section of the Science Technology & Business Division (ST&B) at the Library of Congress. Prior to joining the ST&B Division, Angel worked at various other libraries including the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, Department of Justice, and from 2010-2015, she was a librarian at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Angel also has many years of experience working for a start-up software company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Angel holds a B.A. in English with a minor in Education from the University of California, Berkeley, an M.S.L.S from the Catholic University of America, and an M.B.A. with a dual concentration in Finance and Innovation & Entrepreneurship from Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business.

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Can Cats Speak to Us?

Many cat owners will tell you they can interpret the meaning of their pet’s sounds. One type of meow might mean “feed me!,” while another might mean “pet me!,” and yet another would mean “get away from me!”
But are these actual words that can be translated and compared among different cats? Do they constitute an actual language?
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An American in Orbit: The Story of John Glenn

How time flies...it's been fifty five years since John Hershel Glenn Jr. rode an Atlas rocket named Friendship 7 - a name suggested by his children - into a cloudy sky on February 20, 1962.
This post was authored by Sean Bryant, Science Reference & Research Specialist in the Science, Technology, and Business Division of the Library of Congress.
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Category: Science

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