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Through Both Eyes: the case for a Gender lens in STEM

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Exploring the oceans

Exploring the oceans

My name is Berit Rabe and I am a female sea-going physical oceanographer. What does an oceanographer do? I don’t count whales and dolphins – that is Marine Biology – instead as the name suggests, I study the physical components of the ocean. I look at tides, currents, circulation, temperature, salinity, etc. by going out(…)

The varied life of an electro-mechanical engineer

The varied life of an electro-mechanical engineer

I’m Lorna Slater. I am an electro-mechanical engineer and I design the control systems for automated machines. I’ve worked on a lot of very different projects – at the moment I am the lead Controls & Instrumentation Engineer at Aquamarine Power Ltd who are designing and building devices that capture energy in nearshore waves and(…)