On Tuesday 11th February 2020, the world celebrates the amazing contribution that women and girls have had to science.
Watch, read and listen, and get to know the amazing Women in STEM that we have featured throughout the year. They’ve got a lot to say, and they’re saying it loud enough to change the world.
Tuba Kocaturk is at the forefront of bringing technology and architecture together in the smart cities of the future. Find out what drives this architect of the future, and how she got to be a leader in her field.
Engineering skills are going to be vital in the future – and Australia isn’t producing enough. But to harness all the innovation and ingenuity available, that needs to include more women.
The Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science recognises outstanding teachers for their efforts in inspiring students with STEM.
This year, Sarah Finney from Stirling East Primary School and Samantha Moyle from Brighton Secondary School have been recognised for their inspiring work in schools.
Legendary chimpanzee expert and conservationist Jane Goodall took time from her busy schedule to answer students’ burning questions about nature, animals and, of course, chimpanzees in this exclusive In Class With… event.
Lesley West has a Bachelor of Mathematics & Statistics from the University of Strathclyde. She also competes as an amateur triathlete.