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Twitter goes wild when female scientists from all over the world share their most stylish snaps

Female scientists from all over the world have invalidated stereotypes by showing their most stylish photos online.

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Cancer researcher Maya from Vancouver sent social media users wild with a now-viral post, after she had asked her fellow scientists to post photos to prove that they can be stylish and smart.

Hundreds of scientists from all over the world responded to the call, and many share their own fashionable photos.

One posted: & # 39; Always watch 100 while I'm great at work & # 39 ;.

Cancer researcher Maya now shared the viral request alongside two of her own fashionable photos, with the post receiving more than 9,500 likes online

Cancer researcher Maya now shared the viral request alongside two of her own fashionable photos, with the post receiving more than 9,500 likes online

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Cancer researcher Maya now shared the viral request alongside two of her own fashionable photos, with the post receiving more than 9,500 likes online

The thread started when Maya, who works as a cancer researcher, initially placed two of her own photos and said, "Can we please start a stylish scientific thread?" I will start & # 39 ;.

She further posted: & # 39; Please tell me that I am not the only scientist who loves fashion. & # 39;

But her thread quickly went viral, with hundreds of fellow scientists from all over the world sharing their most fashionable snaps.

Dr. Felicity Sedgewick, from Bristol, posted a series of playful photos, including a hula hoop in a glittering silver jumpsuit.

Molecular biologist Dr. Bilgenur Baloglu, from Ontario, responded with photos that show her sporty style

Molecular biologist Dr. Bilgenur Baloglu, from Ontario, responded with photos that show her sporty style

Molecular biologist Dr. Bilgenur Baloglu, from Ontario, responded with photos that show her sporty style

Space engineer and NASA intern Naia Butler-Craig, from Ohio, was one of those who show off their fashion style in the now viral post
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Space engineer and NASA intern Naia Butler-Craig, from Ohio, was one of those who show off their fashion style in the now viral post

Space engineer and NASA intern Naia Butler-Craig, from Ohio, was one of those who show off their fashion style in the now viral post

Dr. Esther Odek, from London, who works as a senior scientist for GSK, was one of the people who shared her fashion references online

Dr. Esther Odek, from London, who works as a senior scientist for GSK, was one of the people who shared her fashion references online

Dr. Esther Odek, from London, who works as a senior scientist for GSK, was one of the people who shared her fashion references online

She wrote: & # 39; Show that since 2014, psychologists have not all been filthy old men with bad beards and white coats! & # 39;

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And she wasn't the only one who wanted to break gender stereotypes, with scientist with purple hair Nicole Juliana from Las Vegas, posting: & # 39; Omg I would like to participate, I love this, yes. & # 39;

Meanwhile, Dr. Esther Odek from London shared a series of photos that triggered a storm and wrote: & # 39; Sorry I'm so late at the party, but hey. & # 39;

And astonished professor, Erika Hamden, from Arizona, posted several pictures of her last month's outfits and said, "I always look 100 while I'm great at work!" ;

Professor Erika Hamden, who works as a professor of astronomy in Arizona, wrote: & # 39; I always look 100 while I'm great at work

Professor Erika Hamden, who works as a professor of astronomy in Arizona, wrote: & # 39; I always look 100 while I'm great at work

Professor Erika Hamden, who works as a professor of astronomy in Arizona, wrote: & # 39; I always look 100 while I'm great at work

Dr. Felicity Sedgewick, from Bristol, posted a series of playful fashion photos & wrote: & # 39; Show that since 2014, psychologists have not all been filthy old men with bad beards and white coats! & # 39;
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Dr. Felicity Sedgewick, from Bristol, posted a series of playful fashion photos & wrote: & # 39; Show that since 2014, psychologists have not all been filthy old men with bad beards and white coats! & # 39;

Dr. Felicity Sedgewick, from Bristol, posted a series of playful fashion photos & wrote: & # 39; Show that since 2014, psychologists have not all been filthy old men with bad beards and white coats! & # 39;

Nicole Juliana, from Las Vegas, was one of those who wanted to break through the stereotypical image of a scientist and wrote: & # 39; Omg I would like to participate & # 39;

Nicole Juliana, from Las Vegas, was one of those who wanted to break through the stereotypical image of a scientist and wrote: & # 39; Omg I would like to participate & # 39;

Nicole Juliana, from Las Vegas, was one of those who wanted to break through the stereotypical image of a scientist and wrote: & # 39; Omg I would like to participate & # 39;

In the meantime, molecular biologist Dr. Bilgenur Baloglu, from Ontario, her & # 39; sporty style & # 39; in a series of snaps, write: & # 39; Can we also add molecular biologists? I usually like a sporty style. & # 39;

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And NASA intern Naia Butler-Craig, from Ohio, also shared several photos & wrote: & # 39; I just want to fit in. & # 39;

Some scientists wanted to share photos in their work uniforms, including Tiffany Monet, whose location is unknown, who wrote: & # 39; Science has made fashion possible b ******. & # 39;

And Sarah Faber, from Toronto, who considers herself a & # 39; crazy scientist & # 39; , shared a photo in a yellow anorak and braid shirt, simply write: & # 39; Aw. Yiss. & # 39;

Others wanted to show off their work clothes, with different shared snaps of the uniform that they would wear

Others wanted to show off their work clothes, with different shared snaps of the uniform that they would wear

Others wanted to show off their work clothes, with different shared snaps of the uniform that they would wear

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