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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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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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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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Dr. Jessica F. Hebert 🔜 East Coast Tour! Sep 15
After almost an hour of excellent with a panel of amazing female scientists, an audience member referred to us as "girls." "Women and doctors," he was corrected. He waved a hand. I mean this sincerely, sir: GET FUCKED. We're the revolution.
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Union of Concerned Scientists Sep 14
A recent study found that even though women make up more than half of undergraduate and graduate students, only one in four professors are women, according to data from 500 scientific institutions worldwide.
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Women Who Code Sep 12
Reminder: You are always enough 💪🏿
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Stemettes ® 💙 ★ # + Sep 17
Meet Annie Easley (1933-2011), Mathematician and Rocket Scientist 👩🏾‍🔬👩🏾‍💻 Easley worked as a human computer for and then as a programmer to analyze rocket propulsion and energy technologies. 🚀 + Link in thread
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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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Cassie Sep 13
WFO Reno had its first ever all-women shift today!
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Kelly Doran Sep 13
Gift from my husband (okay, I picked it out).
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Beth Linas, PhD, MHS 👩‍🔬👩‍💻 Sep 16
Serious struggle: I have been asked to speak about something that isn't my direct area of expertise but something I could speak about...I know many women discount themselves & often pass on opportunities out of worry they aren't the right voice &
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LaurannRobinson KETV Sep 17
It’s official!!! 💁🏾‍♀️I’m now a METEOROLOGIST!!! 🤓⚡️☀️⛈🌪 After 3 long years of late nights studying, early mornings working and countless anxiety attacks, I am now done!!!
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Giulia Bassani Sep 16
When I started high school, I sucked at math... Story time ♡
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Nikola Tesla and the End of the World Sep 16
The first in our Women in Science series! Watch Stephanie Sy, who plays Harriet in our upcoming second season, tell you all about computer scientist Grace Hopper.
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Madhu Bhaskaran Sep 16
Dr Marguerite Virginia Evans-Galea, AM. So happy for you Wonderful to see you recognised for your contributions to Women in STEMM and generosity of spirit.
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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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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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Kate Mulgrew 4h
Replying to @NASAJPL
P.S. Pictured above with Brad is Jennifer Trosper, the Mars 2020 project systems engineer - the mission is in good hands with
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storiesofWiN Sep 17
In addition to our interviews, we are going to start retweeting papers from the labs of women neuroscientists!! So tag us in your paper tweets/comments & help us spread the word! 📣
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Michelle Jonika Sep 17
Great first day learning about computational and artificial intelligence in this weeklong workshop. Excited for the next chapter of my PhD work and diving into the world of algorithms and machine learning 🧬👩‍🔬
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