Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Chrissy Newell 29 Apr 19
Kicking off tonight: Name the next ! Details below. Teachers, put this out to your students & tweet their replies to be entered. I can't wait to add who wrote the algorithm that allowed us to take a picture of a black hole! Who's your favorite ?
Reply Retweet Like
Surya Ganguli 17 Apr 19
speaking on black holes! Amazing: in 100 years humanity derived black holes from pure mathematics, then turned the whole earth into a telescope to see one 53 million light years away, and figured out it weighs 6.5 billion suns! brings a tear to my eye...
Reply Retweet Like
BBC 100 Women Oct 21
Remember Dr. ? She helped capture the first ever image of a earlier this year - but she ended up getting trolled. Now she tells about the importance of teamwork, and inspiring girls to become .👩‍🔬
Reply Retweet Like
Tatiana Mac 23 May 19
OMG. It’s talking about open source’s role in the famous black hole image. 🤓
Reply Retweet Like
Murielle GuèreBère Oct 18
Reply Retweet Like
Matei Zaharia 7 Aug 19
Early bird registration for ends in a week. We have a great set of keynotes this year including on AlphaStar, SciKit-Learn co-creator , on Apache Spark and Koalas, and on imaging black holes.
Reply Retweet Like
Victoria Brownworth #SaveTheUSPS 14 Apr 19
This is outrageous. 's work is groundbreaking and deserving of all the attention it's received. The inability of men to accept women's achievements suggests evolution has only come to some, not others.
Reply Retweet Like
The Female Lead Dec 14
One of the best images of 2019! 29-year-old helped lead development of an algorithm that made it possible to capture a photo of a black hole for the first time EVER. On a team of 200 researchers, she was one of about 40 women! 💪
Reply Retweet Like
wikiwomeninred 9 May 19
is thirty today and she's We are VERY HAPPY to see her here on . Does anyone have a pic of her? She's all over , but the pix are "all rights reserved" - Ironic, as she helped create one of the best free pics EVER
Reply Retweet Like
Rekha Kuttikat, MD she/her 14 Apr 19
For all the people with scrotal ischemia from their underwear being in a knot about getting too much credit for the , calm yourselves. No woman has gotten too much credit ever.
Reply Retweet Like
Peetak Mitra Dec 14
The scientist herself, talking about her work with creating the first ever image of a black hole M87 at
Reply Retweet Like
Gareth Edwards Oct 10
So the inspiring Dr is now on stage hearing how they captured an image of the black hole
Reply Retweet Like
David B. Grinberg 24 Apr 19
✅Stop Sexism on , Close ‼️ How U can Help ➡️Is more reflective of 1920s paternalism or 21st century modernism⁉️'s bio almost deleted by male editors😱👎 cc
Reply Retweet Like
SPIE Women in Optics 7 Jun 19
Happy ! In honor of this day, we are sharing the first image of a black hole, (created in part by the algorithm developed by ) which bears a striking resemblance to these little pieces of heaven! Be sure to partake!
Reply Retweet Like
Ruthe Farmer Nov 30
This is why we can’t have nice things...seriously who has so much time on their hands that they can spend it on this pettiness? Oh yeah, the same guys who went through and counted all of ’s commits to try to discredit her. SMH
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. C. 13 Apr 19
Bouman has also become the latest victim of internet trolls and imposters. Please check twice before you follow any account claiming to be Katie Bouman. is real.
Reply Retweet Like
Yiorgos Adamopoulos 13 Apr 19
The whole thing proves there are assholes greater than black holes. Idiocy and toxicity is infinite.
Reply Retweet Like
Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight, SSODP👩🏻✍🏻 12 Apr 19
Likewise has a nice article about but someone nominated it for deletion (thankfully, the decision was to keep the article).
Reply Retweet Like
Kathryn Parsons 12 Apr 19
1840’s Ada Lovelace writes 1st computer program, 170 years later Dr Katie Bouman writes an algorithm to create the 1st image of a black hole. Here’s to women continually breaking boundaries in technology cc
Reply Retweet Like
Breda Corish 11 Apr 19
"I’d like to encourage all of you to go out and help push the boundaries of science, even if it may at first seem as mysterious to you as a black hole.” 👏 an inspiration for
Reply Retweet Like