Welcome to ScienceGrrl
We are a grassroots UK network celebrating women and non-binary people in science, passing on our love of science to the next generation. Find out more about who we are and what we are doing.
In October, we are celebrating Ada Lovelace Day with a watch party in central Manchester. Do join in, it's open to everyone and FREE!
This autumn and spring 2024, we will also be working with the Ogden Trust to deliver two science workshops for primary school teachers in Manchester, and launching the first edition of our primary science resources.
In spring 2024, we will also be partnering with Story Collider to bring an evening of science storytelling to... yes, Manchester!
And in summer 2024, we hope to be back at Lancashire Science Festival and Bluedot, with a whole new array of adventures in science.
For more details, keep an eye on our "Latest News" section or hop over to the "Contact" page and ask to join our free email newsletter.
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