Posts Tagged ‘women in science’
Nicole Leslie Charria explores how Diana Trujillo’s work at NASA is beneficial for Colombians and budding scientists alike
Two women bring home the Nobel Prize for Chemistry with the remarkable gene-editing tool CRISPR – yet this technology raises some of the most difficult ethical questions we face
A government review has highlighted the lack of women professional engineers
Chloe Tenn highlights some of science history’s most inspiring unsung women to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
A new report by the Institute of Physics suggests schools should do more to tackle ‘sexist banter’ that can discourage girls from pursuing careers in science