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Feministing Follow Friday: Women in STEM, Vol. II

Tweet Last week we asked for recommendations for women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) on twitter — and you had way, way too many ideas for just one #ff. We’re back for volume II today with five more amazing ladies who crunch (numbers). Tweet
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Feministing Follow Friday: Women in STEM, Vol. I

Tweet I’m thrilled to see a growing conversation about the gender disparity in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). However, I worry sometimes that our focus on the lack of women accidentally erases the work of some BAMFs in the trenches. Here are five whose adventures and thoughts we love to follow: Tweet
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There’s a conference for queer women in tech and it looks awesome

Tweet   Are you a woman? Queer?  Do you work in tech? If so, I hope you’re able to go to the Lesbians Who Tech (LWT) summit that is taking place in San Francisco, CA February 28 to March 2nd. This conference will the first held by the Lesbian Who Tech group, which calls itself [...]
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The Feministing Five: Sara Seager

TweetIt appears inevitable that whenever someone brings up space exploration I revert back into my twelve-year-old-Star-Wars-loving-self. Not to get all NOVA over here, but doesn’t it seem like curious wonderment about space is intrinsically wired into us? So imagine my joy to speak with Sara Seager, Professor of Planetary Science and Physics at MIT and [...]
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