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Academic writes 270 Wikipedia pages in a year to get female scientists noticed
by Hannah Devlin, Science Correspondent
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24 July 2018
On 24 July 2018 The Guardian reported:
Jess Wade is a scientist on a mission. She wants every woman who has achieved something impressive in science to get the prominence and recognition they deserve -- starting with a Wikipedia entry. 'I've done about 270 in the past year,' says Wade, a postdoctoral researcher in the field of plastic electronics at Imperial College London's Blackett Laboratory. 'I had a target for doing one a day, but sometimes I get too excited and do three.'
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'I kind of realised we can only really change things from the inside,' she says. 'Wikipedia is a really great way to engage people in this mission because the more you read about these sensational women, the more you get so motivated and inspired by their personal stories.'
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