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Finally, an all-female spacewalk is under way – this is why it matters

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Ada Lovelace Day 2019
Life

Ada Lovelace Day: how her legacy is helping to close the gender pay gap

Meet the new generation of women making waves in STEM.

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Hollie Richardson
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The Good News Report
Life

From a 7-year-old inventor to the cutest toddler reunion, this week’s feel-good news stories

Celebrating five of the positive news stories which warmed our hearts this week.

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Lauren Geall
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Astronaut Barbie has landed
Life

Astronaut Barbie has landed, and it’s one giant leap for women in STEM

NASA recently confirmed it is finally sending a woman to the moon.

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

We need to stop asking this question if we want to see more women in STEM

It’s all about a change in approach.

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Lauren Geall
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Lauren Geall
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Karlie Kloss has the best explanation for why she quit Victoria’s Secret

The supermodel said she was uncomfortable with how the brand portrayed women.

Marie Curie
Life

The hilarious story behind Marie Curie’s viral cake photo

And how Mariah Carey got mixed up in it.

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Hollie Richardson
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NASA has announced it plans to send a woman to the moon by 2024.
Life

NASA is finally ready to send the first woman to the moon – 50 years after the Apollo mission

It'll be the first step in getting people to Mars.

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Sarah Shaffi
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Women in tech
Life

Women at the very top of their game in tech are being called “Tinkerbell”

“They all clapped and said, ‘Tinkerbell!’”

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Hollie Richardson
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Three women talk about working in the space industry.
Life

Three young women on reaching for the stars, and finding space

Inspiration for any woman wanting to go to space.

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Richard Ginger
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Siri and Alexa are sexist
Life

Alexa: Tell me why artificial intelligence is sexist

New research shows that virtual assistants reinforce gender bias

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Hollie Richardson
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Black women scientist in STEM
Visible Women

Why visible role models are so important for black women in STEM

New research highlights the inspiring role played by black female scientists.

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Moya Crockett
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Moya Crockett
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Meet Dr Katie Bouman, the 29-year-old who made that black hole photo possible

“Congratulations and thank you for your enormous contribution to the advancments of science and mankind.”

Karen Uhlenbeck. Image: Andrea Kane/Institute for Advanced Study
People

This woman has become the first to win a major maths prize

Karen Uhlenbeck is a mathematician on a mission.

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Sarah Shaffi
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Careers

How love led this scientist to pursue a life-saving career path

“To be honest, I stayed because of my supervisor”

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Hannah Keegan
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Life

Why this tweet about two laptops has sparked gender bias fury on Twitter

“If anyone is curious as to why women feel unwelcome in tech, check it out.”

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Susan Devaney
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Visible Women

Meet the entrepreneur getting 18,000 books about inspiring women into schools

Stylist’s Woman of the Week is Edwina Dunn, founder of The Female Lead.

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Moya Crockett
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9 October 2018 is Ada Lovelace Day. Here, we look at her best quotes and key facts about her life.
Visible Women

Ada Lovelace’s most inspiring quotes about science, confidence and hard work

9 October is Ada Lovelace Day, celebrating the contributions of women in STEM.

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Moya Crockett
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Visible Women

Meet the physicist on a mission to change perceptions of women in science

Dr Jess Wade writes Wikipedia biographies of female scientists – and wants to get a book debunking anti-women science into every UK state school

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Moya Crockett
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Megan Murray
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Female pilot has the best comeback to passenger's sexist comments

Poignant with a side of badassery

Visible Women

How Twitter solved the mystery of the black woman scientist in an old photo

People thought that Sheila Minor was ‘support staff’ – but she was so much more.

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Moya Crockett
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