This tag page contains articles about women and their achievements and experiences within STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
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Naomi Adeniji and Wumi Obi are going places.
Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr. became the first Black person to walk in space back in 1995.
A ~3.45% increase on last year’s figure
Sørensen is a remote student at the Technical University of Denmark and speaks four languages.
Read this awesome Q&A with one of the greatest Black mathematicians of our time.
The theoretical physicist offered some ‘fresh perspectives’ in this interview from 2019.
STEM (science, tech, engineering, and mathematics) owes a great deal to Black pioneers. Here are 7 of them.
The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain by author and academic Francesca Sobande tells the story of Black British women in digital culture.
Mathematician, computer scientist, and co-founder of Stemettes Dr. Anne-Marie Imafidon spoke to Bustle about her work with young girls and the best guidance she’s ever gotten.
What were you doing when you were 10? Emmanuella Mayaki was receiving diplomas and teaching kids in after school clubs. Come meet a coding prodigy.
Georgina Baker is first Black woman to graduate from the university’s Chemical and Nuclear Engineering course.
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