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Link Morgan 4m
Today I get to show some younge up-and-coming female scientist some great women who have impacted there field of research like Rachel Carson, Jane Goodall, the amazing Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer and of course
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Narine Cholakyan 1m
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Women in Science 11m
With midterms and spring break quickly approaching, don’t forget to take care of yourself.
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Mainseed Recruiting 40m
Are you a CRA? Are you a hiring manager for a Pharma/Biotech/CRO company? What are your challenges? Reach out! info@mainseedconsulting.com
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Dr Caroline Palmer 48m
I wish I could tell 14 yo me who was told math not good enough for &was terrified of Spanish lessons, that this week I taught for to my students, in (well perhaps ...)
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Kevin Tsia 15h
Another PhD defense done! Big congrats to !
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OulWITS 23h
Maria Mitchell (1818-1889) was a great American astronomer, known for discovering her own comet. Throughout her career she promoted higher education for women. She was also known for being really sassy.
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UP MSI - GeoOce Lab 7h
Happy birthday to our resident tita, ! Meekay is interested in reconstructing paleoclimate using corals. To !
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Urbanetectonics, LLC 7h
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NMCBI Feb 22
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Paqui Inglés Feb 17
Replying to @PaquiIngles
Women are and have always been important in science although society didn't recognise their work my students have just discovered them and now they play tribute to them in this monographic classwork on
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Elise Myers Feb 21
Had a surreal moment earlier where I remembered my HS physics teacher telling me I wasn't 'good' at physics, so shouldn't be in STEM. And then I looked at the biological-physical model I coded for a turbulent water column on my computer 😏💃🏽
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Fabiani Santana Feb 21
These girls... PhD fellows, laboratory colleagues. But we are also therapists, students, teachers, engineers, scientists... We are so many things! We are resistance, above all else!
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Paula Silva 14h
Join us for the 4th biennial Plant Breeding and Genetics Symposium at Kansas State University. Our program will address cutting edge advancements in breeding technologies, while emphasizing the research and leadership of women scientists.
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Mojgan Rabiey 21h
Completed my application, so excited
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Yonela Sithole Feb 14
Another MSc thesis submitted Well Done Delsy!
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Smart Girl Power 1h
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Mapho Feb 21
thesis submitted🤗💃🍾🥂 💫 🎓 💡
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Kaitlin Gallagher Feb 19
Super excited to have been matched with two classrooms for ! I can't wait to tell them all about the wonderful, wormy world of parasitology!
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Ralph Brooker Feb 22
Marthe Gautier, who discovered Trisomy 21 (implicated in Down syndrome), was forgotten by history as Jérôme Lejeune claimed the discovery for himself! The redress in fiction.
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