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Rosalind Franklin Society Aug 9
The scientist and communicator Natalia Pasternak has spent months imploring Brazilians to take science and coronavirus seriously
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Irene Salinas 11h
This week we are saying goodbye to my second PhD student who will soon defend his dissertation. Ryan is moving to (literally) greener pastures to do his postdoc on lampreys. We wish him the best of the best!
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Bree Gorman Aug 4
"In other words, each year, women scientists have a 19.5% higher risk to leave academia than male scientists, giving male authors a major cumulative advantage over time." This is a must read.
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Lillian Caruana 20h
Back at in the lab after 5 months away! I sure missed my yeasts. Also now I see what everyone means about masks fogging up lab goggles 😷 The key is to laugh with your eyes, not your lungs.
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Richard White πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€ 2h
$263 will launch this rocket! All donations of $2 will get you entered for a $10 donation to the DC of your choice and a page add on the giving page!
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Dr Evelyne Deplazes 17h
Wonderful virtual networking event organised by ! So exciting to hear about all the amazing chemistry done by . rocks πŸ§ͺπŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬
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Samantha Nixon Aug 6
Ecstatic to pass my last internal PhD assessment! 3 years overcoming arachnophobia to study spider venoms as new antiparasitic drugs: proud of the work & collaborations that have resulted! Thanks everyone for coming to a socially distanced COVID safe seminar! 😷
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Simone Brixius-Anderko Aug 10
Yesterday, after 2 years of hard work, sending 500 crystals, and circeling around a Resolution wall of 3.44 Γ…, I FINALLY BROKE THE RESOLUTION WALL 🀩🀩🀩 Protein crystallography is a Marathon, not a sprint. True again. 🀩🀩🀩
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Lauren Hibbert Aug 10
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Ondine Cleaver Aug 9
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UnbalancedInSTEM Podcast 13h
MEET THE TEAM! Drasti is a PhD student studying the safety of Lithium-ion batteries. Her experiences of seeing few women in her department at university was an inspiration for the podcast. Listen to our trailer episode to hear more about her!
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suzanne neville Aug 10
Super proud of this collaboration .
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Alyson Hanish PhD, MSN, RN 22h
Let’s be clear. Academic parents (disproportionately women) will see negative impact on their career. Universities send out vague emails suggesting childcare websites, but no real solutions. Are we just going to continue a false narrative of support of ?
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Imperial College Aug 7
1863: Ornithologist Florence Merriam Bailey was born. She was a pioneer of live bird study and wrote what is considered the first bird field guide
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Kate Fox πŸ’ŽπŸ¦΄ Aug 9
Day 1 of home schooling for specialist schools. In our house the load is taken on by husband. This is as much a career disruption for him as it is for me.
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Pauline Funchain Aug 8
Holy Fauci Almighty, I got an award! Thank you ! For all of you who know how much and for how long I have loved 🧬, receiving this award notification hit me more than I even thought. Grateful and ready to serve πŸ§—β€β™€οΈ πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Š
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Dr Eden Tanner Aug 5
I was told I was too pretty to work in a lab, so I guess I just have to run one instead πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ @ Oxford, Mississippi
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Ida Ng'ang'a Aug 8
Proud to be the keynote speaker at the Decade of Action Forum for African women leaders. are rising :)
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greg ryalls 14h
How can engineering degrees attract more women?
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Yoni Maisel Aug 8
. in action for a rare dermato-immunological disorder ...a genomic discovery, a targeted Rx, and an after picture worth a thousand words
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