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Naomi Fraga, PhD Sep 15
Sunday's google doodle honors Ynés Mexía who took her first expedition on this day in 1925. She was a prolific collecting >150,000 specimens including, two new genera, at least 500 new species, 50 of the named in her honor.
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Rinad Beidas, PhD Sep 14
Evidence suggests that if a woman asks the first question in an academic seminar, more women will ask questions subsequently. Fellow - consider asking the first question so that others may follow!
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Kate Ahmad Sep 9
If you don’t think women in medicine have problems - check out the required textbook for orthopaedics at one Australian med school.
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Sarah Olson Sep 9
I'm just floored by everyone sharing and quoting my article today. Thank you. I am working on a related writing project and glad to know this is of interest to my readers.
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Women@NASA Sep 12
: On this day 27 yrs ago, Mae Jemison became the 1st black woman in space when she launched aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour! In this image, she leaves training w/ Sharon McDougle, Spacesuit Technician. Remember those who broke barriers for :
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Prof Felice Jacka Sep 8
This graph just blew me away. It describes what happens to men and women when they have a family. And this does not even begin to be captured in 'relative to opportunity' assessments in grant funding
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Giulia Bassani 11h
When I started high school, I sucked at math... Story time ♡
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Senamile Masango Sep 11
Proudly uMzulu, my name is Senamile Masango, I am a nuclear physicist from KwaNongoma ❤️❤️
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Dr. Holly Witteman Sep 14
Getting tired of blocking bots by hand, each with a photo of some guy for their avatar, a weird bio, 8 digits in their handle, following 100s of , and no one else. I’ve seen a real uptick in these lately. Anyone have a block list?
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Johnnie Jae aka The Brown Ball of Fury Sep 9
We have an young Indigenerd who needs some help with fees for her college level geometry class. She needs a $1000 and has $165. and let's help a lil sister out.
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Cassie Sep 13
WFO Reno had its first ever all-women shift today!
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Women Who Code Sep 12
Reminder: You are always enough 💪🏿
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Meghan Rothenbroker 19h
Hello Twitter I am back! This time with a few new letters behind my name... officially defended and passed my MSc! I am so grateful for all the support I’ve had along the way 💛 looking forward to carrying on in the Li lab as a RA! 👩‍🔬
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moo margarita 5h
I’m feeling like a BAD BITCH being the ONLY person in my 400 level engineering technology class to test out of the extra 2 hour tutorial every week while also being the ONLY girl in the whole class
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Jillian Carmichael Sep 15
Local New Yorker hearing we were new to NY, asks my husband: Did you move for your job? Husband: No. We moved for my wife's job. Local, turning to me: Oh, what do you do? Me: I'm a scientist. Local goes silent and his eyebrows go up. Damn right I'm a scientist.
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Sarah Olson Sep 14
I'm thankful that this article is making ripples, & amused that some people are so outraged by it. "We compromise science by allowing harassers to perpetuate an unacceptable working environment for female scientists."
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Dr Irene Suarez-Martinez Sep 12
The ladies toilet in the physics building got refurbished and we ended up with a big white wall.... Kate and I decided to decorate it with cards.
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Women's Eng. Society Sep 16
Engineer of the Week: Jane Plant (1945-2016), geochemist, metallurgist & expert on the effects of environmental chemicals & diet in cancers. British Geological Survey’s 1st female chief scientist & Institution of Mining & Metallurgy’s 1st woman president
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Dr. Rebecca Barnes 13h
a super meh day was turned around by an email from a student re: project: "I found it really enjoyable to research someone who isn't widely known...it felt good to create something for a purpose and not just for a grade."
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Vishal Sharma 20h
She is a(n): Leader Activist Scientist (developmental biologist) Inspiration Advocate Friend Wife God Fearing She is one of the most powerful and influential graduate students at . She is .
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