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RT @massivesci: Meet Rosalind Franklin. She was an indispensable part of the of finding the double helix structure of #DNA. She was snubbed…
RT @massivesci: Meet Rosalind Franklin. She was an indispensable part of the of finding the double helix structure of #DNA. She was snubbed…
RT @WomenScienceRFS: “We’re #scientists. We’re lovers of evidence and data points. And so now anytime somebody tells us they couldn’t find…
RT @massivesci: Meet Rosalind Franklin. She was an indispensable part of the of finding the double helix structure of #DNA. She was snubbed…
RT @massivesci: Meet Rosalind Franklin. She was an indispensable part of the of finding the double helix structure of #DNA. She was snubbed…
"My desire to work towards conserving #wildlife started when I was 10. I decided I was going to save the world!" sa… https://t.co/uKmUvPMNPJ
Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. - Helen Keller #STEMfluencers #womenintech #WomenInSTEMhttps://t.co/a4tdqfDUyG
RT @weareji: Dr Gagandeep Kang is the first Indian woman to be inducted as a Fellow of the #RoyalSociety in its 359 years. Kang has played…
Why visible role models are so important for black women in STEM https://t.co/MkMHxky6Xj #WomenInSTEM #STEMhttps://t.co/TNRQ7RB3vE
RT @AlexWitzleben: Did you know that only 17% of tech students are girls? It’s time to end stereotypes that limit their ambitions and make…
RT @benimbendilruba: Canan Dağdeviren, Material Scientist, Asistant Professor, MIT Media Lab "We need more #womeninscience like @dagdeviren
RT @DrRituRaman: Highlight of my week: the keynote speaker at #rxf2019, Prof. Bruce Levine @Penn, recognized, thanked, and promoted the ove…
Did you know that only 17% of tech students are girls? It’s time to end stereotypes that limit their ambitions and… https://t.co/RMjZPnmjfr

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