#BestFieldWorkPic: A hashtag highlighting women in science

While flicking through her old field work pictures, Michelle Jewell, a zoologist and blogger, had a fantastic idea. Why not get scientists to share their field work pictures on Twitter? In this way, #BestFieldWorkPic was born.

This hashtag is great, as it shows a refreshing image of science: a science that is fun, and also, feminine. Yes, feminine, since #BestFieldWorkPic ended up highlighting great amounts of real women in science, breaking down stereotypes, and inciting the next generation of girls to pursue scientific careers. 


Check out DiscovHER's top picks, and share your #BestFieldWorkPic with @4womeninscience! 


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L’Oréal–UNESCO
For Women in Science

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