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UN Women Africa Sep 20
Girls can do it! African girls can code too!
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Cl. Maciel-Contreras 8h
D25-Project#24 Finished my Notes application, it was a challenge especially when dealing with This one I will have to look at over & over to make sure I get it.
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Abigail Harrison | Aspiring Astronaut Sep 13
Such an honor to be named on this list of top 10 women in science by - thank you!
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Abigail Harrison | Aspiring Astronaut Sep 18
Such an honor to be featured at the exhibit at ...this photo was taken about 5 years ago and it’s still travlelling the globe to spread the amazingness that is
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Saju Abraham 17h
Replying to @sajuab
Also love this great talk from Creatable, talking about the work they do bridging the huge gender equality gap that exists in STEM qualified professionals. Not just about teaching the tech, but also about creativity, compassion, and real-life experiences.
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Carol Scott Sep 20
Congratulations to for selection to the NASA Colorado Space Grant RocketSat Team as a science systems engineer. Love seeing skills she learned in paying off. She will be creating a research project to be launched on a 🚀 at Wallops Island
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STEM Gems Sep 14
📣 Introducing the STEM Gems Campaign! 👩🏾‍🚀👩🏻‍🔬👩🏼‍🔧👩🏿‍💻👩🏽‍⚕️ We partner w/ organizations, corporations, + universities to host on-campus pop-ups that improve the visibility of role models for :
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Nuevo Foundation Sep 14
Happy Friday!!! We got stickers and we LOVE them! 💻 | Want one? Send us a DM with your address
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Ali Sep 14
My daughter loves going to with her dad at weekends, sad to hear 2 of the Newcastle sessions have stopped. No many coding things for kids going on up in the North East :(
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Jessica A. Harris Sep 22
Replying to @TheNRAO @StarGurton
Demonstration with itty bitty radio telescope by EPO AD
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Yellow Scope 19h
Explore the world of color with Yellow Scope's newest science kit! Great / activity with loads of experiments and possibilities! Makes a great gift. Out October 1st...
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ASI Sep 20
Are you a female STEM professional passionate about inspiring & supporting the next gen of ? Apply to become STEM Coach today - applications close 7 Oct!⚡Know anyone who'd be great for this? RT to spread the word! Learn more👉
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Jay Flores Sep 19
A7: is my favorite activity for It helps provide girls like London here with a relevant real life problem to apply their STEM learning to. This is how we’ll keep our young girls engaged in problem solving so they can change the 🌎!
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Hathaway Brown Sep 18
On the lower level of Hathaway Brown School, you’ll find one of our greatest assets - the IDEA Lab. HB’s Director for the Center for Tech and Invention talks about the lab and how we encourage learning through innovation.
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Gelyn Cornell Sep 22
All smiles and ready to start with breakout sessions Houston Conference!
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Binta Moustapha 3h
Learn more about the intersection of technology and human progress! The global study of girls access to and use of
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Dr. G Sep 22
Thank you for selling this ! Now, what to make with it.... (and if you are taking requests, please make a fabric showing girls doing geology/oceanography fieldwork)
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Smore Magazine Sep 19
How one teen scientist is helping other girls realize that research is not dry and boring, but a wonderful, colorful and very creative process! Click the link to get a free cellfie printable by Hannah👉
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Let Toys Be Toys Sep 21
😩 this has got to change... we need to start with making STEM toys accessible and definitely NOT pink for girls!!
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stem_maths Sep 20
We have 2 Loreto Grammar School students who have completed the silver in form who will lead the lower school in completing the badges too. It’s one of our targets this year to ⬆️ number of badges this year.
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