“For Women in Science” Video Inspires With Stories From 10 Real Women in STEM
And now for something completely different. AKA good news.
Nov 24th, 2014, 2:03 pm
L’Oreal and UNESCO’s international For Women in Science program seeks to inspire and help women in STEM fields by bringing their stories and work to the world and awarding funding for their research. They’ve given awards to 82 female scientists so far, including two who went on to win Nobel Prizes, and will have helped over 2,000 more with national and international fellowships by the end of 2014.
- Verizon also wants STEM to bring joy to women
- A female PhD student rewrote a bad Barbie book to wonderful effect
- A man, Mythbusters’ Adam Savage, also has some things to say about women in STEM
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