On the 30th March, as part of our Easter Explore programme, we were joined by the STEMazing Liz Sparrow, where we learnt all about her life and career.
On the 30th of March, as part of our stemettes Easter Explore programme, we heard from Laura Hoang who told us all about her career in aviation and aerospace.
A huge part of self-belief, the theme of this issue, is believing that you can achieve your goals. Well, that is exactly what Sadia Maqsood, Electrical Engineer, did. Read more about Sadia,
Naoko Yamazaki is an engineer, former Japanese astronaut at JAXA, and the second Japanese woman to fly in space.
Mary Wallace Funk is set to be the oldest woman in space on July 20th with Blue Origin. But who is she?
An important part of Job Hunting, this issue’s theme, is being able to stand out from the crowd. Dr Treena Livingston Arinzeh is a great example of this, her research in biomedical engineering makes her a well-known name in the field.
When we were pulling together a Zine Issue around the theme of ‘Motivation’, we knew we had to feature Yewande Akinola and her amazing career and passion for engineering.
Alice Jacqueline Perry was a poet, a feminist and the first woman in Europe to graduate with a degree in engineering.
Mary Feik was an American aviation engineer, mechanic, pilot, instructor and aircraft restorer.