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Alison Dolling Apr 11
BBC News - 'I was the only girl in A-level electronics' What an inspiration! I think the moral of this story is, if you want to do something don’t let any one tell you you can’t.
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TwistedDoodles Apr 17
I just had to inform my three year old daughter that boys can be scientists too after she said it was a girls job.
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Oak Ridge Lab 5h
INSPIRED BY SCIENCE: ORNL's Candice Halbert is cultivating a community of young scientists. 👨‍🔬👩‍🔬
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TechWomen Apr 16
It’s our 10,000th tweet! 👏🏽 Thank you to our fellows, mentors and all over the globe for inspiring us to share your stories and achievements. Need more inspiration? Explore our impact map & see how our fellows are changing their communities:
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23 Code Street Apr 11
Have you seen the first EVER image of a black hole? 😲 Computer scientist Katie Bouman created the programme that made this breakthrough image possible.👏
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Bianca Vasquez Apr 13
Hi Twitter! My name is Bianca & I’m an engineering student & aspiring rocket scientist. I created an org called Society of Women in Space Exploration to promote women & diversity in space. Hope to leave my mark in this 🌎 someday! ✨🚀
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Natalie Panek 2h
Fascinating read about pioneering pilot Jerrie Cobb, who held world records for speed, altitude and distance, and fought for equality and participation of women in space.
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Ailie Gallant 6h
Climbing the cliffs where Mary Anning discovered fossils that were a major contributor to us realising there was prehistoric life on Earth. Very humbling to stand where one of your heros made one of the greatest discoveries of the last few 100 yrs.
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NYU Tandon Online 25m
"There is one question that is critical to such robots: 'What did you do when I was not in control?'" Manuela Veloso is an AI and robotics expert who stressed human-robot collaboration at this year's sponsored AI lecture series.
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Society Soil Judgers 17h
The 2019 U.S. Collegiate Judging Contest Top Individual is Sabrina Vladu of Virginia Tech! Sabrina is the 6th straight women to win the competition! The 2nd place individual was Jenna Floyd of West Virginia, followed by Katie Fross in 3rd from Kansas State.
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Teresa Ambrosio (she/her) 12h
Do you listen to the podcast ? If not, do yourself a favour and download the show. Must a listen podcast for any woman who needs empowerment. Prasha featured me on iwd2018. Last 2 epidodes, negotiaHer and unbox stereotypes are phenomenal!
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Shaa Ravi 5h
Just received this amazing book ! Looking forward to reading about careers ! It feels great to be included in the reviewing process.... watch this space for more on the book.
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Daniel Park Apr 15
Can anyone recommend an awesome female scientist working with large scale remote sensing to answer ecological questions? Thanks!
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David Matus 4h
My daughter is brainstorming for her regeneration project presentation
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Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions Asia Apr 15
Bob Sharp, Executive President of Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions, led the leadership and career advice discussion for the Professional Development program in Shanghai.
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Kelly Wright MD 1h
Hey I think you meant to write “Dr. Katie Bouman.” You know even young women at age 29 can be doctors and engineers and such. Why must we keep going over this?
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Alyssia👩🏼‍💻 Apr 19
Just another first generation woman in Computer Science graduating I was told many times to reconsider, change it & I wasn’t good enough to make it Worked my ass off for internships with Fortune 400 companies and a few job offers this year I MADE IT YA’LL
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Reshma Saujani Apr 11
When we get girls into , they will do the impossible! So incredibly excited for Dr. Katie Bouman and her work to get the first picture of a that was captured by the and rendered by HER algorithm.
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Akiko Iwasaki 21h
Marc Jenkins tells me, “white men with power like me have to wake up and realize sometimes we’re the problem. I go to empower women meetings so I can learn & help make things better for .” 🤩🙏🏼
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Leslie Vosshall 2h
Yes I am a fangirl. Emmanuelle Charpentier Harvey Society dinner
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