Join the Science and She campaignSeptember 18, 2019
Science and She is calling all women scientists and science communicators to join their campaign.
Science and She is an online campaign of the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) and its network of Biotechnology Information Centers which aims to empower women in science. Scientists and science communicators tell their stories and aspirations for science and society with the hope that the stories will help bridge the gap between science and the public.
For one week, a female scientist or science communicator serves as the curator of the Science and She social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Previous curators include Drs. Usha Zehr, Nina Fedoroff, Pamela Ronald, and Jennifer Thomson.
Join the campaign by filling out this form.
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