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Felicia Combs Feb 11
Cheers on this to the some of the wonderful women has brought into my life 🌟 It’s so important for young girls to see that they can be whatever they want to be and encourage them to pursue careers
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SupernovaStyle science News Feb 11
Today is , noticed a lot of people leaving young girls out. So here is a follow thread of amazing girls under 18 in . Follow them, support them! And if you have any additions, please add on!
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Kelsi Rutledge Feb 11
Happy ! Here’s me with the cutest guitarfish baby I’ve ever seen! So smol.
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Education Ontario Feb 11
STEM learning can help students develop critical thinking and collaboration skills. This , let’s recognize the important role women and girls play in science and technology.
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Governor Laura Kelly Feb 11
Women have a long history of excellence when it comes to scientific contributions. But unfortunately, less than 30% of researchers worldwide are women. On , let's encourage the women and girls in our lives to pursue STEM activities.
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trowelblazers Feb 11
Heard of "Renfrew & Bahn", shorthand for a super-well known archaeology textbook? Guess who's had a crack at the new 2020 edition? Yup- us! (specifically ) Details in our blog for
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Cancer Research UK Feb 11
Today, on , we’re shining a spotlight on some of our female researchers, and their incredible work.
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Prof Ben Garrod Feb 11
Today, as every day should be, is a chance to celebrate/support women and girls in science. A few years ago, I taught a class when a little girl said she ‘didn’t know girls could be scientists’. Do all you can to make science for everyone
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Canadian Liver Foundation Feb 11
We honour the amazing women currently conducting CLF-funded research projects: Drs. Minna Woo, Binita Kamath, Naglaa Shoukry and Dr. Mamatha Bhat--just a few of the many making an impact! Visit
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Lt. Governor Lynn Rogers Feb 11
My daughter, Kelsey, is a high school physics teacher and the unofficial “science advisor” to the KS Lt. Governor. She has always been passionate about education and quick to learn. On this , I’m a proud father to a wonderful daughter.
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OU Biological Sciences Feb 11
Today is the ! We celebrate all the amazing women in (& around the 🌎) and encourage all aspiring women to pursue your passion for science! 👩🏼‍💼👩🏿‍⚕️👩🏻‍🔬👩🏽‍🎓🧑‍⚕️ See these amazing professors, researchers, and scientists below!
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Rachel M Bond, MD Feb 11
On I’ll reshare my ⁦⁩ article on my decision to be a . Any 🚺 contemplating this rewarding field needs to know we need u, but more importantly ur future patients do! ⁦⁦
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Eurodoc Feb 11
Women contribute to science and research like men, but they have more difficulties to reach high research positions. Science has no gender! We need equal access to educational and financial resources to reach gender equality in science!
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Terry Fox Research Institute Feb 11
Today is the ! At the Terry Fox Research Institute, we want to thank all the female researchers, clinicians, nurses, patients and volunteers that help us get one step closer to making Terry's dream a reality.
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UBC Life Sciences Institute Feb 11
Dr. Sheila Teves overturned 20 years of misunderstanding about division as a postdoc. Today, she's interested in exploring how stem cells pass their identity on to daughter cells during cell division.
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500womenscientists Feb 11
Happy We are so thankful for and inspired by our amazing community of ! Help us spread the love and share with a in your life.
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New Jersey Department of Education Feb 11
February 11th is the ! We are so proud of the women and girls across the globe who play a critical role in science and technology!
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Stephen Chanock, MD Feb 11
On this I’d like to recognize Dr. Montserrat García-Closas, Division Deputy Director, for her innovative thinking, leadership, and dedication. Thank you for all you do to advance science in DCEG!
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RCOphth Feb 11
Today we are celebrating . Lets remember some of the great women who were not recognised for their significant contributions. BBC News - Seven female scientists you may not have heard of - but should know about
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A Mighty Girl Feb 11
In celebration of the 5th , we're honoring 16 female scientists who have who have blazed new trails in their disciplines!
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