Our brand new programme over the summer holidays will help young women and non-binary people, aged between 16-25 years old with great STEM ideas learn how to become entrepreneurs.
Join the conversation in our closed social network for young women
Stemettes runs a number of intersectional cohort programmes, impactful events, and inspirational content platforms to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) related careers to girls and nonbinary young people.
Meet Layal Liverpool and their PhD research which focuses on investigating how human cells recognise and respond to infection by viruses.
Natasha is the Global Head of Partner Engineering at Amazon Prime Video, and one of the Top 50 women working in Technology worldwide.
Going to a university open day can be quite overwhelming. I almost toured the country on open days so hopefully with this all this travelling, I’ve picked up some good strategies along the way.
Graduates having a change of heart about their future career paths isn’t uncommon. Is it possible to pursue a STEM career with a non-STEM degree?
Did you ever wonder if dinosaurs sound just like they do in the movies? Well, Scientists have joined the conversation to sayn “Probably not”.
You have up to 10,000 taste buds, spread over your tongue, mouth and throat. Each taste bud contains between 50 and 100 taste receptor cells, which respond to different substances in your food.
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