- — Science Grrl (@Science_Grrl)Thu, Feb 11 2016 09:04:00Today's the day! Nominate your favourite female scientist and send us a photo: http://sciencegrrl.co.uk/events/event/international-day-of-women-and-girls-in-science/ … #womeninSTEM
- A little more about the day
- Why is it so important?
- — Rebecca Williams (@sketty_massive)Thu, Feb 11 2016 11:38:5911yo daughter has to do a presentation on famous scientist, apart from Curie all the other choices given are dead white men @Science_Grrl
- — National Geographic (@NatGeo)Thu, Feb 11 2016 15:40:16
- The Big Hitters. In this category we have lots of relatively well known women in STEM. As they are so fabulous, they got many votes from across the community.
- — Room to Read EU & AF (@RoomtoRead_EUAF)Thu, Feb 11 2016 11:06:25.@Science_Grrl @TeachitScience So many great #WomenInScience Ada Lovelace, Marie Curie, Jane Goodall make our list! https://twitter.com/TeachitScience/status/697714404780068864 …
- — Becky Alexis-Martin (@CalamityCake)Thu, Feb 11 2016 17:18:28
UN International Day for Women and Girls in Science
ON 11th February 2016, @Science_Grrl joined @PhysicsNews and @TakeonPhysics to celebrate International Day for Women and Girls in Science. Here are just a selection of the inspirational women in science that you shared.
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