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A physicist is writing one Wikipedia entry a day to recognize women in science
by Christina Zdanowicz, CNN
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27 July 2018
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When she's not working in a physics lab, one London researcher is making sure women in science get the recognition they deserve. And she's doing it one Wikipedia article at a time. Jess Wade has written more than 280 Wikipedia pages this year, each highlighting a woman or someone from another group underrepresented in science, she said. She challenged herself to write one piece per day in 2018, and so far, she's outpacing that rate.
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