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LEGO Introduces Its First Female Scientist Minifig

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As part of its 11th series of blind-bagged minifigs, LEGO has introduced a female scientist. Apparently it's a big deal because female minifigs in the sciences have been fairly limited in the past and included little more than an astronaut and surgeon. The scientist comes complete with lab jacket and pants, two magic potions, and a haircut like my mom's. Official weird description:

"I wonder what will happen if I put THIS together with THAT..."


The brilliant Scientist's specialty is finding new and interesting ways to combine things together. She'll spend all night in her lab analyzing how to connect bricks of different sizes and shapes (she won the coveted Nobrick Prize for her discovery of the theoretical System/DUPLO® Interface!), or how to mix two colors in one element.

Thanks to the Scientist's tireless research, Minifigures that have misplaced their legs can now attach new pieces to let them swim like fish, slither like snakes, and stomp around like robots. Her studies of a certain outer dimension have even perfected a method for swapping body parts at will!

Ah yes, the old "I wonder what will happen if I mix this with that." That's some classic science-ing right there. I used to do the same thing in chemistry class in high school but I got in trouble for it. I would always mix the most colorful chemicals together hoping to make a rainbow. It never worked, but I did manage to set off the smoke detectors once and blame it on my lab partner.

Teacher: But your lab partner isn't even here today.
Me: I know, but she managed to slip a cryptic note into my lunch telling me to light that yellow powder on fire.
Teacher: *snatches note, reading aloud* Hi honey, hope you're having a great day. I packed an extra pair of underwear in your bookbag in case the egg salad doesn't agree with you like last time. Love, Mom.
*class explodes in laughter*
Me: I'm dropping out, I f***ing mean it this time.

Thanks to liz, Jeremy and C.O., who agree the scientist will look great alongside the mermaid, fortune teller, Hollywood starlet, trendsetter, pretzel girl and cat lady minifigs LEGO has released in its previous three sets.

There are Comments.
  • RDarker

    Swap those beakers for sandwiches and a beer. Now we're talkin'.

  • I like the gingerbread man more.
    He's got a mug that says 'Dunk Me' on it.

  • Jana T

    Awesome!!

  • WhiteEagle2

    I thought Breaking Bad as soon as I saw that blue flask.

  • Bertw192

    First female scientist mini-fig... Until I pop her head off and replace it with a man's... Some barriers are just not meant to be broken.

  • Guest

    One could also swap her hair for something epic.
    LADY BASEBALL SCIENTIST!!!

  • WITH A CAPE!

  • Tyler AitchKay

    Why is this news?

  • catallergy

    You come to geekologie for news?

  • I'd like Geekologie to write an article about every new minifig, but that's just me.

  • Superior_Joe

    Because we live in a sexist, misogynistic society.

  • Tyler AitchKay

    You forgot the [citation needed]

  • Mason Miller

    "Her studies of a certain outer dimension have even perfected a method for swapping body parts at will!"

    Okay, does this remind anybody else of that weird show with the guy that could switch his limbs with other creatures, like he and this girl went to some other planet or this bullshit.

  • Sh17C0que

    Gayidor.

  • kristopher

    You mean Galidor? it didn't until you said something. And yes that show was bullshit.

  • Sh17C0que

    The most obscure bullshit I buried in the past along other bullshit that should STAY buried.

  • Tyler AitchKay

    Oh my god I just googled that and it's exactly what I thought it was.

    My sides are aching now

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