Category Archives: Science girls

More women of outstanding achievement

So as promised my second blog post on the UKRC women of outstanding achievement awards. In my last post I wrote about Athene Donald who won the lifetime achievement award, this time I want to tell you about a couple of … Continue reading

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Are you biased?

The days when people overtly said that women can’t or shouldn’t do science are thankfully long gone, I’m sure 2005 seems like a long time ago to most of us! Despite that and despite many more women beginning careers in … Continue reading

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Sport science girl awesomeness

I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to notice this was up! Hence this is a very hastily thrown together blog post. For some serious girl awesomeness in sport check out Faye Downey’s blog at the UKRC. Not only … Continue reading

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Map of Science

The science council has been working on a really cool interactive map of scientists in the UK to highlight the wide variety of science that goes on around the country and the variety of scientific careers that people can pursue. … Continue reading

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Launching 321…um, can someone turn the light on?

There are several people who inspired me to start this blog, and I’ll probably blog about at some point, but one of them was Heather Etchevers whose blog I used to read. When I tweeted about starting a blog she … Continue reading

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