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TechWomen Jun 19
"About 25% of these women said they want to be able to drive innovation. This means they want to be doing cutting-edge work, learning new things, driving change, and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible..." How would you recruit more ?
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Xyla Foxlin Jun 17
I made the list! Here's a bunch of doing amazing things on . Please share with educators and parents and get these ladies in front of the next generation of girls AND boys! And send me more to add- I hope to constantly update.
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Women Who Code Jun 17
πŸš€ was an African-American and that was part of the team that developed software for the Centaur rocket stage. Source: Kaiser Science
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Stemettes πŸ’™ β˜… # + Jun 25
BBC is offering free 14 week software engineering training course for women. No tech experience required. Limited places. πŸ‘©πŸΏβ€πŸ’»πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ’» πŸ—“οΈ Closing date 26 June. Apply today: Step into Tech - BBC Tech Training Course for Women
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SAGE Jun 18
A recent report reveals that only 12% of third year female PhD students want a career in academia. An article in The Guardian looks at the reasons why and warns that universities' survival is at risk ...
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Greta Kcomt Jun 24
Hi! I'm Greta, I'm just starting off my scientific career. Currently part of a team developing software that has the ability to change the way in which marine/freshwater fieldwork is conducted. I'm passionate about marine eco, evo bio and making science accessible.
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The Royal Society Jun 21
Clara Immerwahr was a German chemist, pacifist and women’s rights activist born in 1870. She objected to her husband’s research into poison gas as a β€œperversion of the ideals of science”
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Danielle Drabeck Jun 22
Wow. Free childcare at has filled the environment with both men and women with their kids. Such a welcoming environment and a big cultural change for the better. Thanks for making things a lot better for
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Mediaplanet UK Jun 20
The campaign launches today in preparation of - distributed within and online at featuring speaking about re-writing the stories we tell young women and girls
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Festival of Making Jun 23
A throw back to our talks programme celebrating , discussing about the opps, challenges and possibilities for women in the sector. A great panel from the festival weekend. @INWED1919
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Dr Emma Beckett 8h
Oh my gosh my little niece is a massive fan of yours and she just showed me that I’m in your list of women leaders in science, technology, maths & engineering. Thank you. Amazing!
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Stemettes πŸ’™ β˜… # + Jun 24
Please join us to wish our very own Head Stemette, Dr. Anne-Marie Imaifdon MBE Happy Birthday πŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸŽ‰
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IntechOpen 19h
And this is why is our hero πŸ‘πŸš€πŸ‘© Read the article via
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