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Volunteer-run, connecting all women in science, technology, engineering, math & medicine (STEMM) Cofounders
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Dr Rebecca Koss 10h
I'm excited to attend Visionary Leadership in STEM VIC breakfast tomorrow morning. Many thanks to for inviting me to be a Mentor. I can't wait to meet my mentee!
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APEC Australia 12h
Dr Vina Tan, the first recipient of the 2019 Australia-APEC Women in Research Fellowship begins her research today! Read more about past fellowship recipients and their projects here:
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Sina Khatami 12h
Just came across some personal stories about P Whetton, renowned scientist, & J Rice, a leader of Victorian . All respect for the scientist, all love for them both, all admiration for the family.💚
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Sue Pillans 11h
It’s always a great privilege to out the Minister for Ministerial Student Advisory Council meetings. Picturing here students thoughts on the “Future of Education” ✏️
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Women in STEMM Aust 15h
Science history: Esther Conwell ‘jump-started the computer age’ via
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Jess Holien 15h
If you need any extra info, feel free to ask and myself. Very excited that this year it is a piece of impactful work, not just a publication!
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veski Jul 14
Last days to nominate a leading Victorian scientist or researcher for a 2019 in either the physical or life sciences: . Call closes 2pm Wed, 17 July!
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Chief Scientist for South Australia Jul 14
Don't wait to book - grab your tickets to the gala dinner now at a special early bird price before 21 July. Be there for the reveal and celebration of South Australia's finest in science, research and education 👉
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Daisy Shu 23h
Currently reading Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell and am loving it! This quote really stood out to me today. This explains exactly why I love research so much: autonomy, complexity and a connection between effort and reward 🙌
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Professor Frances Separovic Jul 7
Preparing for the plenary event, World Chemistry Leaders meet the century-old , which I'll introduce 10:25 am Wed at Palais des Congres de Paris. Industry leaders will discuss chemistry and
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Suzy Nicoletti Jul 14
Girls outing this weekend to buy Girl Geeks ~ realised I got a little too excited as we need to save it a few more years before they can actually follow along. In the meantime we're kicking off with Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls 👌👩‍🔬👩‍⚖👩‍🚒👩‍💻
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Jacqui Ramagge 23h
And tomorrow she speaks at I hope she got a chance to celebrate her birthday. Hopefully someone thought to take her to the Thai Potong in Newtown. 😁
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Dr Karen Lamb Jul 14
"Be kind to yourself". Thanks for this article.
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Athene Donald Jul 14
Today's post reflects on how compliments can feel uncomfortable when they jar with who we think we are
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Kate Jenkins Jul 15
Brilliant article to help couples have conversations about housework, paid work and caring. These conversations early can improve women’s lifetime economic security and family prosperity.
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 24h
🍽 Meet Professor Amelia Lake, dietician + nutritionist . Lake studies the ways environments impact people’s likelihood of obesity. She has called for urban planners to take more responsibility in public health. New page:
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Krystal De Napoli Jul 14
'As long as we can see the sky, we can see our stories' Hey look here, it’s me and Uncle Wayne Thorpe discussing for ⭐️
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Rebecca Lim Jul 14
Lab meeting today: discusses her PhD on automated solutions for cell manufacturing
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Jul 14
🌱 Meet Prof Liz Van Volkenburgh, plant pro, diversity champion and superstar . Her lab at study plant physiology and leaf growth. She is also interested in the impact of light and drought stress. New page:
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Aust Science Channel Jul 15
Discover Australia’s incredible history in helping understand our place in the universe. From the beginning of Indigenous astronomy to today, Australia has always played a leading role in space.
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