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Alice White
Historian of 20thC Brit culture. Web Editor . Wikimedian. Also tweet stuff as editor from .
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Apr 18
🚘 Meet Claudia Parsons, and explorer. In 1919 Parsons was inspired by the newly founded to apply to . Since ‘14 they’ve held a lecture to celebrate her memory...+ today it’s ME! New page:
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Laura Sangha Apr 16
This weekend I stumbled across this memorial to 'Bone Philip' in Kingsbridge, Devon. Here's a thread on the geography of burial inspired by the inscription
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BSHS Apr 16
A reminder that the deadline for the 2018 Singer Prize is 30 April. Awarded to the writer of an unpublished essay, based on original research, into any aspect of the history of science, tech or medicine. Details here: .
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Wellcome Library Apr 16
Great blog from the team at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Archives sharing their findings from the 18-month project to catalogue and conserve the records of and relating to St Mark’s Hospital from 1835 through to the early 2000s. Follow them
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Alice White Apr 17
Replying to @lirazelf
Eek! Hope things picked up!
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CSHL WiSE Apr 16
Last we profiled Katherine Burr Blodgett, the physicist who invented invisible glass. 's also been working on improving her article & we'd ❤️ others to help out so we can ⬆️ it from "C class" rating
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Wellcome Collection Apr 16
When you go to a chest-expanding contest and it's not what you think it is.
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Danna Agmon Apr 11
For the past five years I've been using a mnemonic tool in graduate seminars, which walks students through everything we need to know about a book. I call it and it works really well 1/
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Hearing the Voice Apr 10
Bafta-nominated game ‘Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice’ is released on XBox One today. Read how our -funded research helped to shape the game’s treatment of voice-hearing:
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Apr 9
It’s a really brilliant cartoon :).
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Wellcome Collection Apr 6
In you’ll find yourself in front of three botanical texts written approximately a century apart. Together, they trace the story of Europe’s long colonial encounter with Indian botanical medicine.
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Dr Jess Wade 👩🏻‍🔬 Apr 5
📡🔭 Meet Prof Teresa Anderson (), Director and Chair of . Anderson is a science policy pro, and a dab hand at creating music festivals. 🎼💫 New page:
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Alice White Apr 4
Fantastic free opportunity for rummaging + skills later this month! Pass it on
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Ryan McGrady Mar 23
There is a "Portraits of influential women" photo challenge on this month and next. All work by Commons users uploaded in that time is eligible!
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Hana Mar 20
is there any specific content contributing/editing sessions in NZ like anything like ?? I recall one last year for in Wellington...
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Alice White Mar 20
This sounds great! Have added it to my subscriptions based on all your recommendations! 😊
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Ewan McAndrew Mar 20
The 2018 UK Higher Education Strike is now featured on Wikipedia's front page in the "In the News" section. Wikipedia's front page is viewed, on average, 17.4 million times a day.
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Jack Hartnell Mar 19
👉 👀 A group of 13th-century examine a bundle of internal , repeated gigantically large at either side: , , , , . MS Fr 16169:
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Jack Hartnell Mar 17
👁️ 👁️ Tucked into the last page of this medical miscellany is an exploded of the , labelled with its many different parts. (Added bonus: jazzy pockets) BnF Hébreu 1181:
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Alice White Mar 16
Hi Antony - I saw your post & Ethel sounds amazing! Have created her a page: (& too!). Do you have any photos of her we can have permission to add to these please?
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