Tagged: STEM Women

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Blind Spots: Seeing sexism in STEM

This post originally appeared on the Digital Science guest blog. Two years ago I created STEM Women, an initiative that celebrates the careers of women in STEM fields while highlighting the many challenges we...

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Women Scientists on Wikipedia

Join us for a discussion on the representation of women scientists on Wikipedia. We’ll speak with women in STEM advocate Bella Counihan, Media Officer for the Australian Academy of Science. Wikipedia hosts a low...

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Women in Publishing

Join us for a special Ada Lovelace Day STEM Women Panel Discussion as we talk about the role of women in Science Publishing. Our exciting panel line up includes Mariette DiChristina (Editor in Chief...

Not only is there a ‘leaky pipeline’ in STEM, the plumbing itself is broken 0

Nature vs. Nurture: Girls and STEM

This article was originally published on the Nature Soapbox Science blog. It was written by STEM Women managers Zuleyka Zevallos, Buddhini Samarasinghe and Rajini Rao. In a New England pub after a conference, our...

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In the Spotlight, with Professor Julia Greer

Professor Julia Greer is a Materials Scientist at Caltech. She spoke to us about her research into lightweight nanomaterials which have a broad range of applications such as transport, construction and prosthetics. Julia spoke...