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WRG_Chem 3m
Such a wonderful panel sponsored by the would be so proud. So humbled to be with these amazing women
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Stemettes ® 💙 ★ # + Aug 10
Meet Hedy Lamarr film actress, mathematician and inventor. Her contributions led to the development of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. 🗓 On 11 August 1942, she was granted a patent for her frequency-hopping spread spectrum work.
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Brooke Su-Velez, MD, MPH 5m
It’s been a busy week on the UCLA Head and Neck Surgery service but I got to spend it with these amazing physicians (and medical students). Pic credit to our G.O.A.T. NP Reiko!
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Dr. Rebecca Barnes Aug 13
An awesome 24 hours for team PROGRESS!!! Our paper illustrating how our program ultimately leads to stronger intentions to persist in a scientific career is out AND we are officially funded for 5 more yrs!
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Sylvie Garneau-Tsodikova 6h
I 💗 science! In life it is ok to make mistakes, correct them, and admit you were mistaken. Science and life are one. 🙂
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CatalystInc 55m
Some of the challenges that face: -Male-dominated workplaces with high rates of discrimination. -Having their contributions ignored. -Isolation caused by lack of access to women peers, role models & mentors. Explore solutions.
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Kathleen Hupfeld 1h
Super excited to be a part of this awesome campaign, providing visible female role models to encourage young women and girls in STEM
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Dr Pamela Toliman Aug 13
Finally a Research Fellow 😅 And I got two gorgeous bouquets 💐, wine 🍾 and a 🐊 mug. Today was awesome 🙏🏽
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Natasha Carr 8h
The last day of my internship is upon us! Today I received a thank you meteorite from my supervisor and I cannot thank him enough for this opportunity... I have learnt so much so quickly! 🌟💫🌌
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Rebecca 9h
Happy PTF! Thought I'd share some amazing and inspirational women with the aid of Lego.... Margaret Hamilton (her code got astronauts to the moon) Sally Ride (first woman in space) Mae Jemison ( first African American woman in space) Nancy G. Roman (mother of Hubble)
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Agile BioFoundry 8m
Tired of looking at your walls? Mix them up and add some inspiration with 's Women @ Energy poster series, featuring Agile BioFoundry's Anne Ruffing. Download here ➡️
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Rieke Hansen 19h
Today is the birthday of Countess Adelheid Ponińska (1804-1881, nee Gräfin zu Dohna-Schlodien). She was the first to write about the concept of “green belts” (Grüner Ring). 1/8
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WRC 24h
"Moves afoot in Africa to keep more women in science careers"
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Computing at School Aug 13
Positive news as female students continue to steadily decrease the gender gap
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SWIFT PARROT 19h
Superb are the today! You should immediately follow who is leading the contemporary research on this species
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Lucy Timbrell 10h
'Conversations in Human Evolution' with Dr Sonia Shidrang , a Palaeolithic archaeologist at the National Museum of Iran!
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WRG_Chem 20h
So you thought we were done? Nah! met WRG's UG Chinwe Udemgba. She has more accolades than we can count. Although she recently decided to head to sticky old med school🙄, we still show her love🥰. @olemissimage
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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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Janaína Nascimento Aug 13
I am preparing for a talk about Women in Science and I have been reading/watching personal stories of amazing scientists working in STEM all over the world to understand more about the different challenges we need to face. I have never been so inspired.
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Stemettes ® 💙 ★ # + Aug 13
Today was Day 9 of 💙 Thanks to , Emma Sherriff, Dr Baricot and . The under 11s designed an app to help JdR manage her day. The older girls took part in a Mentorship Panel with Bank of America, plus an engineering project session.
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