Despite barriers and stereotypes, women and girls are making a difference every day as scientists, mathematicians, programmers, innovators and engineers. Meet inspiring women and girls making progress in cutting-edge STEM projects. They're leading the way for other women and girls like you.
Tatjana Kecojević discusses the importance of networking opportunities for women in STEM fields.
Not the Science Type" is 3M's new documentary that addresses negative stereotypes and the need for greater diversity, equity and inclusion in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The film will premiere on June 17.
Aiymgul Kerimray, ecologist, speaks out: “Addressing the barriers impeding women’s advancement in science is crucial”
Dr. Hasić is a professor and a researcher of computer science at the Sarajevo School of Science and Technology. She studies how bacteria in our guts influence behaviour, such as autism spectrum disorders.
Young women across Kyrgyzstan share their insights on why they chose IT as a career.
Dr. Mirsakiyeva is a researcher for Carl Zeiss AG, the largest manufacturer of optical systems in the world. She also produces a podcast Belka and Strelka.
Kübra is a reporting engineer for the Çanakkale 1915 Bridge project,. She is also a mentor with Engineer Girls of Turkey (EGT), helping to expand opportunities for girls and young women in engineering.