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UNESCO Jul 4
Tribute to scientist Marie Curie, who died in 1934. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, first person and only woman to win twice and the only one to win in two different sciences. 📰
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Marta Melé Messeguer Nov 27
Extremely Honored to receive the L'Oréal-Unesco for 'Women in Science' award. Thank you for this great initiative!
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METU Graduate School of Informatics Mar 14
Assoc. Prof. Nurcan Tunçbağ (Health Informatics) is selected as L’Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talent. Out of 9000 applications worldwide, 275 candidates are evaluated and the IRT award is given to 15 women in science. Congratulations!
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AAAS Jan 29
🚨 Apply now! 🚨 The program is accepting applications until Friday at 11:59 ET. This year, five postdoc women scientists will each receive $60k to advance their research and serve as STEM role models for young girls.
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UNESCO Mar 4
Meet Claire Voisin, an exceptional mathematician. Her specialty: abstract mathematics & algebraic geometry, fields that help us understand the structure of our Universe She's a 2019 L'Oréal-UNESCO laureate, because the 🌍needs science & science needs women!
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Jenni Garden Aug 29
It might not have been the most newsworthy thing happening at Downing Street yesterday but I was honoured to be there at an event promoting equality in education!
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The CTPA May 15
CTPA celebrating the talents of women scientists at the 2019 awards at the House of Commons
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UNESCO Aug 13
The 🌎 needs science & science needs women! 🙌 Renown for her pioneering work in manipulating molecules at the atomic level, laying foundations for nanotechnologies, Maki Kawai is one of the 5 L'Oréal-UNESCO laureates
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UNESCO 13 Jan 19
Less than 30% of researchers are women. See the facts:
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UNESCO 9 Jan 19
We are because the 🌏 needs science and science needs women! Meet Rafaela Salgado. She harnesses computing power to identify potential treatments for neglected diseases, such as Chagas or Zika. ℹ️
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LNVH Sep 4
Received the yearly booklet of ⁦⁩ today introducing their fellows. Proud of these two: our L’Oréal Unesco fellows! Good luck during your time at NIAS! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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UNESCO 26 Dec 18
We are because the 🌏 needs science, and science needs women like Ai Ing Lim. She is exploring the complexity of immune disorders, which may be linked to the prevalence of asthma, dermatitis, food allergies and obesity. ℹ️
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For Women in Science Mar 13
"The ultimate goal is to create excellent & inclusive science and technology worldwide." - Prof. Londa Schiebinger @GenderStanford
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Marina Kvaskoff Mar 13
And it is on! and breakfast debate on gender equality in science, with Team For and Team Against the motion!
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UNESCO 4 Jan 19
More than 110K committed people have already signed the Manifesto. 👏👏 Join the pledge today and be part of the change!
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L'Oreal Australia Nov 7
Meet our 2019 Fellow, Dr Alisa Glukhova. Alisa is a structural biologist interested in understanding how the individual molecules that make up our cells work to help cells function in health
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UNESCO Jul 29
Have you met Professor Ingrid Daubechies? Her work on wavelets is revolutionary. She transformed digital treatment of images and signals for data compression. She is laureate of the 2019 L'Oréal-UNESCO Award! 👏
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Ambascience Japon 12 Feb 19
After receiving the L'Oréal-UNESCO Japan National Fellowship in 2018, Dr. Mika NOMOTO from 🇯🇵 is awarded the 2019 International Rising Talent Prize for her work on molecular & pathology! Congratulation to her! 👏👏
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UNESCO Mar 13
Two brilliant minds. Two exceptional scientists. Two women paving the way for . Make sure to join today our live interview with Professeur Ingrid Daubechies & Dr Priscilla Kolibea Mante. 🗓️ 13 March ⏲️2.20 GMT+1 ▶️
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HT-TTM Feb 14
’nun Doğa Bilimleri Sektörü içindeki UNESCO ve L’Oreal Vakfı arasındaki iş birliği ile oluşturulan Genç Kadınlarına Destek Programı son başvuru tarihi 15 Mart 2020'dir. Destek ve bilgi için:
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