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9 Online Resources To Get Girls And Women Into STEM

Ada Lovelace was a mathematician and is known as the foremother of computing, and earlier this week, her works and lives were commemorated by Ada Lovelace Day. By creating the first algorithm to be used on Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine, Ada was in effect a computer programmer in the 1840s. Read More »

The Fascinating Story Behind The Ladies Bridge

Few people are aware that Waterloo Bridge, one of the most walked upon bridges in London, was built by a predominantly female workforce. Read More »

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 »

Who Run the World? Girls: Including You in Just 4 Easy Steps

If you need some motivation to get up and moving, consider this is: girls are literally running the world. And by literally, we mean literally. Read More »

This 22-Year-Old Blind Engineer Is Revolutionizing Apple in the Best Way

This trailblazing 22-year-old Apple engineer is making major improvements in making the tech giant more accessible for the blind and low-vision community. Read More »

This Woman Was Tired of Being an 'Auto Airhead' So She Became a Mechanic

When Patrice Banks brought her car in for an oil change she always felt like she could be scammed as an "auto airhead," not knowing a thing about the mechanics of cars despite making a six-figure salary as an engineer. Read More »

Black Girls Code Is Moving Into Google's New York Offices

This might be one of the most exciting moves of the year yet. Read More »

You Need to See This New Game Developer Barbie

 If you can see it, can you be it? It's no secret that Mattel has been rebranding Barbie through a selection of new doll shapes, skin colors, and ensembles. But their latest career doll is giving us all the feels. Read More »

Girls Just Outperformed Boys On This National Test Given for the First Time

Eighth-grade girls beat their male peers in the first national test measuring technology and engineering abilities, according to results made public Tuesday. 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 »