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Alison Dolling Apr 11
BBC News - 'I was the only girl in A-level electronics' What an inspiration! I think the moral of this story is, if you want to do something don’t let any one tell you you can’t.
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Oops Whoops Apr 10
This is Katie Bouman. She’s the person responsible for the first ever image of a black hole. Let’s make sure she gets the recognition Rosalind Franklin never did.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Apr 10
Take your rightful seat in history, Dr. Bouman! 🔭 Congratulations and thank you for your enormous contribution to the advancements of science and mankind. Here’s to ! 👩🏻‍🔬👩🏾‍💻👩🏼‍🏭👩🏿‍🏫
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23 Code Street Apr 9
Mary Jackson was born on this day in 1921. Mary was the first black female engineer employed by . 👏 She overcame the barriers of racism & gender bias to become a professional aerospace engineer and paved the way for the next generation. 🚀👧🏽
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Carolyn Bertozzi 8h
This is as hard to read as it will be familiar to many . ‘I Want What My Male Colleague Has, and That Will Cost a Few Million Dollars’ - The New York Times
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TwistedDoodles 14h
I just had to inform my three year old daughter that boys can be scientists too after she said it was a girls job.
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Bianca Vasquez Apr 13
Hi Twitter! My name is Bianca & I’m an engineering student & aspiring rocket scientist. I created an org called Society of Women in Space Exploration to promote women & diversity in space. Hope to leave my mark in this 🌎 someday! ✨🚀
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Dr. Jens Foell Apr 10
Let’s do something that I want 2 call : if u are and/or and/or & have fewer than 9,000 followers, post your 1-tweet introduction to the world below and I will RT. If you have more followers: join me in sharing our platforms!
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TechWomen Apr 16
It’s our 10,000th tweet! 👏🏽 Thank you to our fellows, mentors and all over the globe for inspiring us to share your stories and achievements. Need more inspiration? Explore our impact map & see how our fellows are changing their communities:
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Ivanka Trump Apr 10
Today, the world saw the 1st-ever image of a - an amazing accomplishment made possible by Scientist Katie Bouman. Big congrats! 👏 Hooray for like Bouman!
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Creating Connections 4m
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Dr. Jessie Christiansen Apr 10
Hey - how are you calling her ‘Ms. Bouman’ in the same sentence you’re describing her as a postdoc at MIT and an Assistant Professor at Caltech? That’s Dr. Bouman, please and thank you.
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Kristine Holloway Apr 10
Katie Bouman: How a grad student at MIT made the first black hole image possible
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Apr 12
There are no words. 🤬🤬 x
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Taylor West Apr 9
Life got a little sweeter this morning: I won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship () to fund my PhD research in evolutionary biology. This student is ready to earn her f*cking PhD 😭
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March for Science NYC MAY 4 Apr 10
are taking us to new horizons! 💪
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TED Talks Apr 10
"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." — Katie Bouman
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Christa Brosseau 3h
Today we got to celebrate with Dalal as she gets ready to welcome her new arrival soon! Best of luck Dalal, and thank you for your great work in the lab! Thanks to everyone who came out and thanks to Aramark for donating the cake!
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Rachel Bender Apr 10
As you’re looking at the first image of a black hole today, remember that the development of the algorithm to produce the image was done largely by Katie Bouman when she was a graduate student!
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23 Code Street Apr 11
Have you seen the first EVER image of a black hole? 😲 Computer scientist Katie Bouman created the programme that made this breakthrough image possible.👏
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Women in Research IE Apr 11
Dr. Katie Bouman led the development of the algorithm to make the first ever picture of a black hole. It took over 5 petabytes (5,000,000 gigabytes) of data to image the !
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