#STEM

  • Article: This Astronaut Is Now the First Woman to Both Walk in Space and Explore Earth's Deepest Point

    This Astronaut Is Now the First Woman to Both Walk in Space and Explore Earth's Deepest Point

    By Leah Rodriguez|June 9, 2020

    Kathy Sullivan reached the Challenger Deep on the Limited Factor. Read more

  • Article: These Aspiring Female Scientists in Afghanistan Designed a Cheap Ventilator to Treat COVID-19

    These Aspiring Female Scientists in Afghanistan Designed a Cheap Ventilator to Treat COVID-19

    By Leah Rodriguez|April 18, 2020

    One prototype uses car parts and is only $300. Read more

  • Article: Schools in Uzbekistan Will Remove Gender Stereotypes From Their Textbooks

    Schools in Uzbekistan Will Remove Gender Stereotypes From Their Textbooks

    By Catherine Caruso|Feb. 7, 2020

    Uzbek textbooks promote stereotypes that often influence girls'future careers. Read more

  • Article: A Record Number of Women Were Just Honored With Australia's Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science

    A Record Number of Women Were Just Honored With Australia's Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science

    By Madeleine Keck|Oct. 21, 2019

    “I hope this will inspire even more girls and women to be involved in STEM.” Read more

  • Article: This All-Female Crew Flew 120 Girls Studying STEM to NASA

    This All-Female Crew Flew 120 Girls Studying STEM to NASA

    By Leah Rodriguez|Oct. 16, 2019

    The trip aimed to encourage aviation careers. Read more

  • Article: Malaria Crusaders Recognized in the ‘Oscars’ of Australian Science

    Malaria Crusaders Recognized in the ‘Oscars’ of Australian Science

    By Madeleine Keck|Sept. 4, 2019

    The Eureka Prizes are awarded in Sydney each year. Read more

  • Article: A Radical New Website Is Putting the Spotlight on Australian Female STEM Leaders

    A Radical New Website Is Putting the Spotlight on Australian Female STEM Leaders

    By Madeleine Keck|Aug. 7, 2019

    The online directory displays the range of scientific talent in Australia. Read more

  • Article: Dutch University Only Accepting Women's Job Applications to Fix Its Gender Bias Problem

    Dutch University Only Accepting Women's Job Applications to Fix Its Gender Bias Problem

    By Leah Rodriguez  and  Gaëlle Langué|June 24, 2019

    In the Netherlands, nearly 38% of engineers and scientists are women. Read more