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Carola Gomez-Rodriguez Feb 10
Getting ready for Tomorrow, at . and myself giving voice to
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P. Pedro José Guerra Feb 9
5pm. CREER PARA VER.
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Augusto Beléndez Feb 10
Sofya Vasilyevna Kovalevskaya died 10 February in 1891. Russian mathematician who made noteworthy contributions to analysis, partial differential equations and mechanics. She was a pioneer for women in mathematics around the world.
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Miriam Valera-Alberni Feb 10
Tomorrow is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science 👩🏼‍🔬👩🏼‍💻and I couldn’t be happier to give (not one but) two talks to high school students! First one about mitochondria (of course 😉) and second one about past and present female scientist.
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Labclinics S.A. Feb 10
"Science is not a boy's game, it's not a girl's game. It's everyone's game. It's about where we are and where we're going." - Nichelle Nichols, Former NASA Ambassador. Today we celebrate the amazing Women and Girls in Science
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IMDEA Nanociencia Feb 6
Looking forward to celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science! 🔜Many activities to get to know the role of our scientists 👉
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Centres CERCA Feb 10
International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The video “Recruitment Bias in Research Institutes”, a tool to avoid gender bias when hiring research staff, goes for the 17,000 views on YouTube.
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M_Vinas Feb 10
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SRUK/CERU Feb 8
Today opened our series of events on to celebrate !!! We watched the documentary "Mission Blue", about the experiences of Dr Sylvia Earle. from the SRUK Wom=n committee presented the results of our study "Awakening vocations in STEM".
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IN2UB Feb 7
International Day of Woman and Girls in Science is there! At we will have a talk by Roberta Sinatra and round table with Joaquina Álvarez and Núria Salan Don’t miss it! 3 pm Aula Magna 👇🏽
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ICIQ 16h
Ada King (1815 - 1852) was an English mathematician and writer. She was the first to recognise that machines can have applications beyond pure calculation and published the first algorithm.
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Gender & ICT Feb 6
Why is important in groups? . will address this and other relevant questions around the in science at the ICN2 Seminar 10 Feb | 🔗
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Fernando de Castro S Feb 10
Very honoured+proud to be invited by to its miniconference at celebrating : among top leaders on developmental neurobiology,I’ll show the women neuroscientists who worked with +School (1911-45)
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ICIQ Feb 15
Alexandra Olaya-Castro () is a Colombian theoretical physicist known for her work on quantum physics on biomolecular processes, specifically for her research on quantum effects in photosynthesis.
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Planarian Lab UniBarcelona Feb 7
We are preparing some funny stuff for the international day the next . Come to join us in our lab!
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Patricia Forcén Feb 7
Delighted & honoured to participate in the event of at ⚗🔭🔬Exicting to listen in their inspiring seminar🗣 & to share the panel with proper women role models & If you are interested😎👇
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Irene Mendoza Feb 10
Preparing my talk for the at two secondary schools in Seville.
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Mari Ruiz Feb 10
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gloglita Feb 11
Spanish Women in Science is an illustrated portrait project to raise awareness of these remarkable women. This gallery is my tribute to them and all those women and girls interested in science.
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Women In Malaria Feb 10
Tomorrow is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Let's share who has been our role model in . Tell us about the that have inspired you, using hashtag
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