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.
Mary Feik was an American aviation engineer, mechanic, pilot, instructor and aircraft restorer.
Helen Sharman is a British chemist and astronaut who was the first British citizen to go into space who participated in a mission to the Soviet modular space station Mir in May 1991.
I’ve just finished a Maths degree and as much as I love Maths, I can tell you that studying it wasn’t always sunshine and rainbows.
“I have been asked many times, why the career change? I have been staring at these words on the page for 20 minutes ‘why the career change’, what do I say to that? Then I realised, it is not a career change, this is my career.”
Regina Bissai-Nzenza joined Stemettes to discuss her newfound love for HTML and explains to us the most common functions and attributes.
On the 13th of August, Stemettes spoke to two STEMazing women at the Manufacturing Technology Centre, Emma Sherriff and Maretva Baricot. They spoke to us about what it is like to be an engineer.
Katie Bouman is the first 29-year-old woman whose work has led to the first black hole photo.
Dr Jen Gupta is an astrophysicist (someone who uses physics to understand space) at The Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation at the University of Portsmouth who spoke to Stemettes on the 24th of August to discuss astronomy, light, and accessibility within the field.