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Freund Ida 23h
Wahoooo ! Great gender balance, thank you !
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Nick Deakin 12m
Birthday wishes today for Mae Carol Jemison 🎂🚀🚀 NASA Astronaut, engineer, physician Space shuttle STS-47 Meet a U.S. Astronaut in the U.K.
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Next Phase Recruitment 2h
Despite the controversial statement by Prof Alessandro Strumia it was a woman, Donna Strickland, who won the Prize in Physics this year & other women are also making great strides in science. #
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Rosetintedtentacles 21m
My 9yo has just designed her own satellite for this great competition - her class could win a visit from a space scientist!
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L'Oréal USA Oct 15
We're honored to introduce 2018 fellow Dr. Elizabeth Trembath-Reichert. is a geomicrobiologist studying life in the extremes of our planet (and beyond), and she's a supporter of women in .
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Invictagrammar 20h
Last week our Year 7 students were challenged in Science, to extract salt out of a container of rock salt. They did a great job!
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Susanne Kalka 13h
Women always played an important role in computer science! 😊
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Casey Derella 19h
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Peter Griffith Oct 15
Replying to @NASAGoddard
Now Adriana Manrique at Conceptual Imaging Lab is doing a computer animation that will zoom from space to one of our sites in Alaska, adding increasingly detailed layers of data
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Dr. Chris Martine 17h
"Merian's drawing of the peacock flower included a detailed account of the injustices of slavery including how enslaved women had told her about the plant's abortive properties."
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Artemis 16h
Many have been ignored throughout history. A group of scientists from all over the world prepared a poster that highlights some of the achievements of 12 women scientists. Take a look!
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St Wilfrids Science 19h
Mrs Rafferty's 6th Form girls have been investigating endothermic & exothermic reactions
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NCMM Oct 12
NCMM is excited to announce that we have a new Director! Dr Janna Saarela will join us from in Jan 2019. Really pleased to have appointed from within the , and to have the Partnership's first female director:
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The Roslin Institute 16h
To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, some of the female computer scientists talked about how they are using computer and bioinformatic skills to investigate biological processes in animals and humans.
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500womenscientists Oct 15
Our new shirts are finally available!!!! We're feminists. We're scientists. We're unapologetic. In no particular order.
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♀#WomeninScience 11h
Meet the world's most 'indestructible' animal: The tardigrade is a microscopic 'water-bear' that can survive extreme temperatures, withstand extreme radiation, and could be around long after we're all gone.
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Phantom Physgal 👻 🇨🇦 Oct 13
The are back up. We'll see how long they last this time.
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♀#Womenin3DPrinting Oct 15
A new way of cycling is coming with airless tires that never go flat: Berlin-based industrial 3D printer manufacturer, BigRep, wanted was to showcase their flexible filament, but they came up with a whole new concept for bicycle tires instead.
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Sara King 9h
Opening address by Dr Amanda Caples, Victorian Lead Scientist, getting us ready for the next few days of eResearch Australasia.
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Axe of Kindness 18h
Love this postcard set by Rachel Ignotofsky I got from &
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