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The science behind the bounce 🔬 #TeamCanada  member and chemical engineering major @Britt_Marchand  with another #STEMinSport  lesson

#TeamCanada member and chemical engineering major @Britt_Marchand  with some #WednesdayWisdom  for at-home learning 👩🏻‍🏫

The paper published in ACS Chemical Neuroscience and supported by the Science & Engineering Research Board under @IndiaDST  , implies that #SARS_CoV_2  virus might enter the human brain through the nose & reach the olfactory bulb of the brain. @CSIR_IND  @csir_iicb 

So honored to be the first guest on @ArleneDickinson 's new "Reinvention" podcast. We talk about my fiscally unsound transition from chemical engineering to journalism. Arlene rocks, and I'm pretty sure this means I'm now legally Canadian. Subscribe!

We are celebrating the #CTClassof2020 ! Congratulations to Sana Khan from Southington! Sana graduated from @UConn  with a degree in chemical engineering! #nbcct  #connectingyou  #connecticut  #southington  #graduation  #college  #classof2020  🎉🎓

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Allana Zettler is a young Inuk student who’ll be studying chemical engineering at the University of Toronto on a full Indigenous scholarship. She discusses her feelings about missing a grad ceremony and what she’s looking forward to at @UofT . #CCCheckup 

Science and Engineering Research Board approves support for study by NCVTC from Hisar in Haryana. It will screen their library of 94 small molecule chemical inhibitors for antivirals against #coronaviruses .

Queen B would be proud. 👑 ❤️💙💚💛 Mark Joshua Macabeo of Philippine Science High School - Ilocos Region Campus tweets about passing the UPCAT (BS Chemical Engineering), ACET (BS Applied Mathematics), DCAT (BS Statistics) and USTET (BS Biochemistry). Way to go!

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Chemist-turned-intelligence expert Rod Schoonover on climate change and COVID-19 - Chemical & Engineering News

Chemical Engineering major and pro golfer @Britt_Marchand  with a #STEM  lesson for kids to learn at 🏡 This class is on the size and weight of a #golf  ball and how it affects distance and speed 👩🏻‍🔬⛳️

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"All those experiences made me who I am." From being a taxi driver to a professor of chemical engineering to becoming a Nobel Laureate - 2018 Chemistry Laureate Frances Arnold describes how a diversity of experiences shapes you as a human being.

"All those experiences made me who I am." From being a taxi driver to a professor of chemical engineering to becoming a Nobel Laureate - 2018 Chemistry Laureate@francesarnold  describes how a diversity of experiences shapes you as a human being. #IWD2020  #NobelPrize 

A Western Michigan University student has died after contracting the coronavirus, school and county health officials announced Sunday. The student, Bassey Offiong, was expected to graduate with a chemical engineering degree.

Dr. Mae Jemison’s love for science began at a young age. She was only 16 when she started at Stanford University for chemical engineering. Dr. Jemison would go on to break barriers as the first Black woman in space, conducting experiments on weightlessness and motion sickness.

"All those experiences made me who I am." From being a taxi driver to a professor of chemical engineering to becoming a Nobel Laureate - 2018 Chemistry Laureate Frances Arnold describes how a diversity of experiences shapes you as a human being.

#NobelPrize laureate Frances H. Arnold was born in 1956 in Pittsburgh, USA. She is the Linus Pauling Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA

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Most impressive guy I met this year: Army OLB Kenny Brinson>Won the GA HS wrestling title 3 times>Turned down Stanford for Army>Has won PatriotLeague discus & hammer throw titles>Chemical engineering major>GPA is 4.06 & he tutors other Cadets at the end of apacked daily schedu

Mae Jemison is an engineer, physician, and NASA astronaut. In 1977, she received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Stanford University and in 1981, earned a doctorate degree in medicine from Cornell University. 26 years ago today,…

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Lilia Ann Apron was the first African American woman to be awarded a PhD in Chemical Engineering. #STEMwomen  #InternationalWomensDay 

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