Posts tagged 'women in STEM'

Are Things Improving for Women in STEM?

Are Things Improving for Women in STEM?

Are things finally improving for women in STEM? We spoke to four female scientists at different stages of their careers to ask them about their experiences, the challenges they have faced, how they see things changing, and their hopes for a more equal and inclusive future. Read their fascinating insights on life as a woman in STEM today…

Ten Effective Support Networks for Women in STEM

Ten Effective Support Networks for Women in STEM

To celebrate International Women’s Day we’ve compiled a list of ten effective support networks that offer community advice, mentoring schemes, in-person events and much more to help women in STEM succeed in their chosen fields. If you’re a female researcher looking for advice on a particular topic, these networks could be a great place to start!

Interviews with Scientists: Noelia Dominguez Falcon

Interviews with Scientists: Noelia Dominguez Falcon

It’s time for another of our Interviews with Scientists and this week we were delighted to catch up with Dr Noelia Dominguez Falcon, a lecturer in Biomedicine at the University of East Anglia, UK! She told us more about career so far, her passion for student engagement and her thoughts on female representation in STEM…

Supporting Women in STEM - Resources for Female Researchers

Supporting Women in STEM - Resources for Female Researchers

At Hello Bio we’re proud to support and amplify the voices of female scientists through our blog. We love to share inspiring interviews and guest articles written by fascinating women, which we hope help to motivate and support others, and these are some of our highlights!

Overcoming Challenges as a Woman in STEM

Overcoming Challenges as a Woman in STEM

For women in STEM, inequality remains a problem and brings with it numerous challenges for those seeking to pursue successful and rewarding life science careers. In this guest blog, Gagandeep Kaur of Howard University, USA, considers some of the challenges and shares ways to overcome them.

Ten Inspiring Women in Science History

Ten Inspiring Women in Science History

Throughout history, the achievements of female scientists have often been overlooked, and that’s why we’re taking a moment to shine the spotlight on some of the most inspiring women in STEM history! From the first female physician to the ‘unsung hero’ of DNA, these ten women deserve to be remembered and celebrated…

Interviews with Scientists: Joanne Kamens

Interviews with Scientists: Joanne Kamens

In the next in our Interviews with Scientists series we spoke with Joanne Kamens, a Senior Consultant at The Impact Seat. She told us about her career so far, the importance of mentoring, and some of the problems still facing women in STEM today…

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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