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through both eyes thumbRead the new ScienceGrrl report on STEM skill shortages and the lack of female representation in these fields:
Through Both Eyes: the case for a Gender lens in STEM
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Laser Shoot

Laser Shoot

Monday the 13th was laser day, which made for a great start to the ScienceGrrl week! We all gathered outside UCL where we were met by Lia- our laser scientist. She escorted us up through the corridors to the security protected laser-lab. Jumpers on. It turns out laser labs are kept quite chilly because the(…)

What a difference a day makes

After last night’s post, I thought it was time for a brief update on what so many of our Twitter followers may be wondering… so what happened yesterday? What did I miss? I decided back in July that I really needed to come down to London about once a month whilst we are working on(…)

Leading the conversation

In her opening blog for ScienceGrrl, our producer Louise Crane described me as ‘leading the conversation’. On reflection, I think this is a fairly accurate description of my role as ScienceGrrl Director. I joined Twitter back in May, after reading an article about how more researchers needed to join to promote their work, network with(…)

Welcome to ScienceGrrl 2013

Hello! This is the blog for ScienceGrrl 2013. We’ll use this to write updates about the project and the production of our calendar, as an addition to our website and Twitter feed. If you’ve come across this by chance, let me explain the project. ScienceGrrl 2013 is run by individuals who came together on Twitter to discuss(…)