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6 Incredible Female Founders Making a Difference in STEM

Getting down to the nitty gritty shows that while women have become increasingly likely to get an education and a job, censuses continue to prove that the number of men is disproportionately higher than that of women in the fields of s Read More »

MAKERS UK Cause Spotlight: Anne-Marie Imafidon

Anne-Marie Imafidon is as curious as she is sharp. After being heralded as the youngest woman to ever pass two GCSE examinations — for Mathematics and Information Technology — at age 11, Imafidon went on to graduate from Oxford University, with a master's degree in Computer Science.  Read More »

Katherine Johnson Went to College at 15--Then She Calculated the Path to the Moon

When Katherine Johnson started college (at age 15), she never dreamed she’d be involved in space. At the time, she remembers that as a woman, “You could be a nurse or a teacher.” But numbers had always come naturally to Johnson, and her professors encouraged her to study mathematics. Read More »