When we were pulling together a Zine Issue around the theme of ‘Motivation’, we knew we had to include Sally Ride, the first American woman in space.
Dr Nilanjana Datta is an Indian-born British mathematician working in quantum information theory.
Bettye Washington Greene was an American industrial research chemist. She is considered an early pioneer for women of colour in science.
Tu Youyou is a Chinese medical scientist, pharmaceutical chemist, and educator best known for discovering a cure for malaria, which saved millions of lives.
Interested in Astronomy? Read here to find out all about a STEMazing role model who discovered dark matter, amongst other feats in her career.
Yi So-yeon is a South Korean astronaut and biotechnologist who became the first Korean to fly in space and third woman to fly in space.
Today, most people know how widely we use computer programming in our world, but not many people are aware of those who pioneered this programming- one being Grace Hopper.
If you ever wondered who the first African American female Engineer to work at NASA was- look no further. Mary Jacksons career has inspired many, and is featured in the Hidden Figures movie and book of 2016.
Mary Feik was an American aviation engineer, mechanic, pilot, instructor and aircraft restorer.