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OCDEM Professors celebrate the International Day of Women In Science.

Kate Lines receiving a prize © John Cairns

Saturday 11 February is International Day of Women and Girls In Science. Professor Anna Gloyn, Associate Professor Leanne Hodson and Associate Professor Katharine Owen from OCDEM join other Woman in Science employed by the University of Oxford to celebrate this day.

For more information about International Day of Women In Science click here.

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