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We are a group of people who are passionate about celebrating women in science and passing on our love of science to the next generation. Find out more about who we are and what we are doing.

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Through Both Eyes: the case for a Gender lens in STEM
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Untold Stories – Setting the Record Straight

Our network of ScienceGrrl members runs to over 400 nationwide. Where possible, we link our members with local chapters, headed up by enthusiastic chapter leads. Chapters provide opportunities for informal networking, peer support, and grass-roots activism and public engagement, often in partnership with local initiatives. This post is the second of a short series by(…)

Revisiting ISSET

ScienceGrrl began by producing a 2013 calendar showcasing the real work of a diverse mix of women in STEM, and some of the funds went towards sending a team from Oaklands School in Tower Hamlets to the Mission Discovery summer school, organised by the ISS Educational Trust. With Tim Peake running a marathon in space(…)

OtotheB : app for girls in STEM and entrepreneurship, brought to you by Stemettes

Our sisters in STEM over at Stemettes have released a fab new app, OtotheB, designed to create a globalĀ online platform for girls interested in STEM and entrepreneurship. It is free to download from theĀ Google PlayĀ andĀ iTunesĀ stores. It gives girls access to: ā€œMotivation Mondaysā€: Access to exclusive interviews with inspiring women in STEM, and the chance to(…)

Kicking the Elephant Out of the Room

Our network of ScienceGrrl members runs to over 400 nationwide. Where possible, we link ourĀ members with local chapters, headed up by enthusiastic chapter leads. Chapters provideĀ opportunities for informal networking, peer support, and grass-roots activism and publicĀ engagement, often in partnership with local initiatives. This post is the first in a short series by Sarah Hughes, our(…)