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Science Grrl Jul 10
Replying to @DrEOChapman @1752Group
Welcome back, and thankyou for all you do and how you do it x
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Emma Chapman Jul 9
I’ve had a lengthy pause for recovery and reflection about my own personal case and I’m now stronger, happier and at peace with my past. I’m not cool with it happening to someone else though, so I’m officially back acting as an advocate and activist in the . 💪🤩💪
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Science Grrl Jul 9
Good to see such readiness to learn from mistakes - this is how we move forward!
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Science Grrl Jul 8
Ok, we've peaked. Immortalised in GORGEOUS cross-stitch.
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Mimi-Isabella| Civil Engineer 🏗️ Jul 4
I must say I was really feeling down this week and the really lifted my spirits, thank you soo much 🥺
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Krystina Pearson-Rampeearee MRAeS 🌸 Jul 7
OMG I'M IN THE GUARDIAN 🤩
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Jul 8
Tomorrow are hosting Racism in Science: Past + Present w/ Angela Saini. Angela will explore the ways in which bias and prejudice are perpetuated in science, and the historical backdrop to today's inequality. 🎟 Register (for free!) now:
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UKRIO Jul 8
Due to the HIGH VOLUME of REGISTRATIONS Research Integrity: A Landscape Study we've INCREASED our CAPACITY! So you still have time join the conversation... Register FREE for TODAY : 2pm - 4pm
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Dr. Lia Li Jul 7
4 Joceyln Bell Burnell PhD Scholarships have been awarded by the IoP , CONGRATS! Last year we sent Prof Bell Burnell a thank-you card for her amazing donation. Next year lets get more representation - BAME students can DM me anytime for help
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Science Grrl Jul 8
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Science Grrl Jul 8
The importance of what you say being in line with what you do:
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Institute of Physics Jul 7
Astrophysicist Tracy Garratt gave up a career in HR to return to education in her mid-30s. Now studying a PhD at the , she’s balancing exploring 10 billion-year-old galaxies with being a new mum. Read Tracy’s story:
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Institute of Physics Jul 7
Katarina Mamic’s work with infra-red detectors at could improve life for millions of people with diabetes around the world. Read Katarina’s story:
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Institute of Physics Jul 7
Discovering new galaxies and trying to understand dark matter are what drive astrophysicist Joanna Sakowska, studying her PhD at . Read Joanna’s story:
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Institute of Physics Jul 7
Medical physicist Kiri Newson programmes computers to assess CT scans and update treatment plans for cancer patients. Her work at the could speed up treatment and reduce pressure on the NHS. Read Kiri’s story:
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Institute of Physics Jul 7
Introducing the first awardees of the Bell Burnell Graduate Scholarship Fund.
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Science Grrl Jul 7
Our closest contact to you is , in Sheffield, who may be able to advise.
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Jul 7
💊Meet Prof Chandra Ford (), founding Director of the Center for the Study of Racism, Social Justice +Health . Ford investigates the origins of health inequity; including differences in outcomes. New page:
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Fran Scott Jul 6
ANNOUCEMENT: I’m sooo excited to now be able to tell you that I’m an Advisory Board member of the ‘s And- you lucky people- there are still a few days left to enter so do get those entries in...
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