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On This Day She 16h
In Dec 1949, US microbiologist Esther Lederberg published her discovery of the lamda phage, the first known organism to invade bacteria & live in its DNA. Although she did much of the work, her husband & 2 male colleagues won the Nobel Prize
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Alice Jones Dec 3
Honoured to receive a award for my work on carbon storage in coastal wetlands. Here I am celebrating in my office with my underwater pals 🐠🦑🐟🦐🐙🦞 Hope to be able to celebrate with all the other wonderful finalists soon! 🍾
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Princeton Women in Chemistry Dec 4
Thank you to for the candid discussion and for sharing your perspective at our FaculTea meeting, on everything from quarantine challenges to women in STEM - and for the fantastic SILS talk! And as usual, thank you to everyone who joined us
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Gary S. May Nov 30
Ayanna Howard () was the first faculty member I ever hired, way back in 2005. That was one of the best decisions I made as a campus leader at Georgia Tech. I am immensely proud of her.
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STEAM FORWARD! Academy Dec 4
We’re bringing out our 🔬 for today’s virtual field trip with !
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Elizabeth Moses Dec 3
I have heard inspirational stories tonight at the Top 100 Gala. I am humble to be one of the 2020 Top 100 women. See all the winners:
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Ewan McAndrew Dec 1
The Smithsonian Puts 2.8 Million Images in the Public Domain The archive includes hi-res images of Muhammad Ali's boxing gear, 15th-century manuscripts, and data that could help surface untold stories of women in science.
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Yolanta Krawiecki 14h
so many ideas from this AMAZING panel about how they are overcoming the challenges teaching through a pandemic. Opportunities are there!
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Nicole White Dec 2
Incredibly honoured to have been selected as a new ! Cannot wait to start this journey with inspiring from across Australia to show young women where a career in STEM can take them
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Verónica Blanco Rodríguez 🌐 Dec 2
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Sandra Gardam Dec 3
My absolutely favourite thing about yesterday's announcement was all the wonderful and supportive tweets from the STEM community lifting up .
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus Dec 4
., you are an inspiration to our field and . Once things return to normal, we'd love to have you visit our campus. Thank you for your contributions to science. You make us and Colorado proud. We are excited for your future.
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Lyndsey Collins-Praino Dec 3
Beloved life partner: “So, Lynds, what do you want for your birthday?” Me: “A day where you manage the mental load and I can read in peace and quiet with a wine” Him: “Here is a doughnut bouquet” 🤷‍♀️🤣
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Rowan Jaynes Dec 4
In our 3 person household, 2 of us are actively working on different COVID-19 Vaccine studies and wow! It makes me want to cry!! This is our generation’s moon landing and I promise we are working as hard as we can to help end this pandemic!!!
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Scientific Staff Association at Dept. of Materials Nov 30
Join us on Dec 11-13 for a drop-in virtual screening of , a stunning documentary about , organised with the support of Equal! and kindly sponsored by ! Please register below by Dec 8 to receive the login details:
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NMTechBytes💃 Nov 30
🔥 Algorithm design is nothing more than thinking "how to exhaustive" first, and then pursuing "how to exhaustive intelligently" - labuladong
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Francesca Taraballi, Ph.D. Dec 4
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NMTechBytes💃 34m
⭐️ Success only comes to those who push their boundaries by being uncomfortable.
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Imperial College Nov 30
1847: Logician, mathematician and psychologist Christine Ladd-Franklin was born. She is known for her contributions to the theory of colour vision
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Jo O'Donnell Dec 3
A benefit of attending a conference from home - it supports primary carers and researchers
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