Women In Technology - Friday Links - 26 November 2021
Here our usual collection of links, thanks to all of you for reading, watching and sharing!
Women & Science
- Katalin Karikó : The Scientist Who Saved the World
- A major flaw in much scientific and academic career advice is survivorship bias.
- Protecting the planet, one Mom at a time
- Emily Warren Roebling was largely responsible for guiding construction of the Brooklyn Bridge (1869–83)
- From "Women in physics":
From our community
- How to be a better mentor and a better mentee
- Stressed by parenting? Here a possible explanation.
- A series equipped with subtitles in many languages about "stressed by parenting"
- Powerful arguments on why we should fight for more diversity in tech from Dr Nicki Washington
All around the world
- Have you watched 'The Queen's Gambit'? Well, a Georgian Chess Champion has something to say about it.
- << Miss France ce n'est pas être "mannequin" ! >>
- Pour un #MeTooPolitique
- 🇬🇧 The ‘she-cession’
- 🇨🇴 Now Bogotá has a listening line for men
- 🏳️🌈 Have you already set your pronuon on zoom? It's very easy and here is how to do it:
- From the CERN Courier: Amalia Ballarino was awarded the James Wong Award for Continuing and Significant Contributions to Applied Superconductor Materials Technology from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Register to the "Discover Data Science" workhop on 11th Dec!
RightsTech (in collaboration with WIT) will introduce girls and women aged 14 and older to how to apply pictures of Earth taken from space in understanding climate change in your local area and around the world.
- On Tuesday, we had a great live on Instagram with Hannah Short. She showed us CERN's Data Centre, tell us about her job and the grid.
If you missed it, you can find it here
Please share it with anyone interested!
Have a good weekend,
on behalf of WIT steering committee