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Kait Krolik Jun 11
My mom works in the IT field and is at a super cool, empowering conference. She posted this selfie— one woman in a crowd of men. While I know there are other women there (her bosses are women, same w/some of her staff) this picture still represents how we need more
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Vancouver 500 WomenSci Jun 16
Booth is looking good! Already had some enthusiastic visitors
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Women Who Code 15h
🚀 was an African-American and that was part of the team that developed software for the Centaur rocket stage. Source: Kaiser Science
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Elizabeth Knight Jun 13
NIH head will refuse to sit on all-male panels. You can do it, too! insist on diverse representation of gender, race, field, class, age, and seniority. Got privilege? Use it!
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Sanger Institute Jun 16
Barbara McClintock was born in 1902. She developed theories to explain the suppression and expression of genetic info from one generation of maize plants to the next. She is the only woman to receive an unshared Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
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Dr. Christine O'Connell Jun 13
Yay to on panels! This is a pledge all male scientists should take. We should also extend this pledge to end all white panals and committees
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W. Y. Sarah Lau Jun 14
I didn’t know I could like Costco any more than I already did 🤩
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André Picard Jun 16
The five: unsung female scientists. The history of science has often seen women’s work overlooked and their credit stolen, by via
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Kaya Akyüz Jun 16
Rosalind Franklin (1940): “You look at science...as something apart from real life, and which must be cautiously guarded and kept separate from everyday existence. But science in everyday life cannot and should not be separated.” (Smith-Doerr, Women’s Work, p33)
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St Gabriel's Science Jun 16
Such an enjoyable alumnae event yesterday. Fascinating to hear of former students who are now working as scientists or studying degrees in science and medicine
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The Royal Society Jun 16
in 1963, Valentina Tereshkova becomes the first woman in space on the Vostock 6 mission
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Greg Wright Jun 16
Dr Abbie Neilson from the is supporting Women in Engineering day. She wants to inspire more girls to become engineers.
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Sydney Salley 7h
Just getting geeked out about these badass female scientists today. Dream team 😍
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TimesHigherEducation Jun 16
Ronika Power: “My work traverses the arts and sciences, and I am on a one-person mission to challenge the notion that science and culture should be studied, interpreted or communicated separately.”
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rnbwkat Jun 16
I have 5 tickets to to give away. First 5 to DM answer to: "What were the names of the computers that Forbin had to deal with?"
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OSU KDChi Jun 15
Our graduate advisor, Tabby, had the opportunity to go to Bermuda for preliminary dolphin training for her thesis research!
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Dr Erin Jun 16
Not a bad day at the office, arriving in Tokyo with a Fuji view! Looking forward to a good rest before we're synchrotron bound tomorrow
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Luis Goncalves Jun 14
This is a sad sentence: “In industry, and especially in tech, it feels like a desert. Women either don’t enter or they don’t stay”. We need to address that.
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Women Who Code Jun 15
🔬Women are a central part to the the history of science. Read more 👉
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Women Doing Science 11h
This week we're showcasing science art! All week we'll post stories of women and their incredible art, like these stickers by !
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