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Semarhy Quiñones, PhD Jul 14
2 months ago, I started drawing cartoons w/ women as different types of scientists & different STEM fields. Today, my collection “We are Scientists” has ~20 illustrations. I want to do more... What other STEM fields should I draw to show ? Which one represents you?
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Silvia Giordani Jul 11
I pointed out that our latest paper has all female authors and got this lovely reply.
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EngineerGirl Jul 15
“I thought to myself, this is profound knowledge that concerns everyone on our planet...I want to be a part of this team. ...Thank God [the job advertisement] said 'students' and not 'boys,' otherwise I wouldn’t have applied."
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Dr Helen Miles Jul 18
Over the moon to see three amazing and inspirational - and - on stage at ✨ such a great way to start a weekend of outreach, can’t wait to talk to people about tomorrow! 👩‍💻👩‍🚀🚀
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Girls in Tech Jul 16
Recognized as ’s “best communicator,” JoAnn Morgan played a crucial role in landing the team on the moon. Her path wasn’t always easy, but she continued to break barriers & now inspires the next generation of girls + .
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RAS Diversity Jul 14
Happy Birthday to Jocelyn Bell Burnell, British astronomer who discovered the first pulsar 🎂🔭✨
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Georgia Tech Jul 12
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New Scientist Jul 15
Happy birthday Jocelyn Bell Burnell – she discovered pulsars in 1967, and tells New Scientist how she made this amazing find back when she was still a student, and times were very different for young
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Sandia National Labs Jul 15
It’s the birthday of astrophysicist and discoverer of the first radio pulsars, Jocelyn Bell Burnell, born in 1943 🔭
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suitcasetheatre Jul 15
In 1969 Margaret Hamilton led a team to programme the software that successfully sent man to the moon - and back. Here she is, stood with the code her and her team created.
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Haley Wahl Jul 12
Hey Twitter! I’m looking for some awesome new to follow! Any suggestions?
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PissedOffPreMed Jul 12
My PI proxy just called me and my med student “young ladies” and said we are “too cute to realize the experiment won’t work” and I just want ask God why I wasn’t born with a dick because all I want is to be taken fucking seriously for once
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Yasmine Bassil Jul 15
I'm trying to showcase some of my fellow badass Arab women in STEM, since I feel that the world could always see more of us. My Middle Eastern/Arab STEM gals, drop some cool pics of you doing what you love below! RT to help ya girl out! 🇱🇧❤️
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Sophie Harker Jul 19
Last week myself and 4 other engineers made history as the first all female recipients of the Young Engineers of the Year award - words cannot express how proud I am to have shared the stage with such incredible women
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Miss Brook Jul 17
New classroom display of female scientists, their discoveries and how they changed the world 💪🏼
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Mia Burleigh Jul 13
Weekend thesis writing isn't so bad when your daughter leaves such nice gifts on your desk 😍
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Stemettes 💙 ★ # + Jul 14
Happy Birthday, Astrophysicist Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell! 🎉 As she was mapping the universe for her PhD, she discovered a radio signal for a new kind of star, known as a 'pulsar'. 🎧
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On This Day She 17h
On the 50th anniversary of the we celebrate US computer scientist Margaret Hamilton, who led development of on-board flight software for 's Apollo Moon missions & coined the term "software engineering"
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Stemettes 💙 ★ # + Jul 12
This is JoAnn Morgan, the instrumentation controller for . 🚀 👩‍💻 🌖 JoAnn was the only woman in the launch firing room for the Apollo 11 liftoff.
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Stemettes 💙 ★ # + Jul 18
Meet the trailblazing women behind 's historic Apollo 11 launch
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