Posts tagged 'Women in Science'

Words of Wisdom from Women in STEM

Words of Wisdom from Women in STEM

It’s the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11th February, and we’ve picked out some of our favourite words of wisdom from women who are achieving great things in life science, and are leading the way as role models for other women in STEM…

Interviews with Scientists: Carla D'Avanzo

Interviews with Scientists: Carla D'Avanzo

Carla D’Avanzo is a Senior Research Alliance Manager at the Mass General Research Institute, Boston. We spoke to her about her current role, her passion for STEM youth work, the importance of science communication and more.

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Interviews with Scientists: Jazmine I. Benjamin

Interviews with Scientists: Jazmine I. Benjamin

Jazmine I. Benjamin is a Biomedical Sciences PhD candidate at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. We spoke to Jazmine about her current research, her thoughts on diversity in science and her passion for science communication.

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Interviews with Scientists: Dr Enitome Bafor

Interviews with Scientists: Dr Enitome Bafor

Dr Enitome Bafor is a postdoctoral research fellow at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and was the overall winner of our Lab Heroes Awards in 2018. We caught up with Enitome to find out how her career is progressing and what she is working on currently.

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10 Award-Winning Female Scientists You Should Know About

10 Award-Winning Female Scientists You Should Know About

In this blog we’ve highlighted ten incredible female scientists who have been recognised worldwide for their extraordinary achievements!

Parenting and a Science Career: Perspectives of a Mother in Academia

Parenting and a Science Career: Perspectives of a Mother in Academia

Is there ever a ‘good time’ to become a parent? Starting a family while pursuing a career in science can be a real balancing act, but with the right support, it doesn’t have to be impossible. Behavioural neuroscientist Dr. Justyna Hinchcliffe of the University of Bristol shares her advice, tips for funding and experiences of juggling parenthood whilst pursuing a career in academia...

Podcasts by Scientists: I Belong Here

Podcasts by Scientists: I Belong Here

In our next Podcasts by Scientists feature, we chat with Dr Noelia D Falcon, a senior research associate and creator of the ‘I Belong Here’ podcast, to find out how it came about...

International Women’s Day 2021: Celebrating Women In Life Science

International Women’s Day 2021: Celebrating Women In Life Science

It’s International Women’s Day on 8th March, and we’re taking the opportunity to say a big thank you to all of the incredible women in STEM who have contributed to our blog over the last year. Read their stories and check out some of their fantastic articles and blog pieces from the last 12 months...

Promoting Diversity In STEM Online

Promoting Diversity In STEM Online

How we can better promote diversity in STEM online? Mackenzie Lemieux and Rebecca Zhang discuss how they discovered the power of Wikipedia - how it can be used to increase the representation of women in STEM, and leave a lasting impact on current and future generations of STEM leaders.

Gender Bias From A Woman In Science

Gender Bias From A Woman In Science

We are delighted that neuroscientist Kay Tye, Professor at the Salk Institute, and former Associate Professor at MIT, has shared her thoughts, experience and knowledge with us. Read her fascinating, sometimes shocking and extremely thought-provoking article on gender bias in science...