The Women in Science Festival will return from 4-13 March 2017.
The Women in Science Festival is the World's only festival dedicated to celebrating women in science, technology, engineering & maths. The festival aims to promote careers in science to everyone, especially women and girls, it supports professional women to develop their careers and showcases the talented and exciting research taking place across Scotland.
In 2016, we hosted a fantastic gathering of creative events, featuring world-leading scientists from the University of Dundee and around the world, to celebrate women in science, technology, engineering and maths. We had a fun-packed programme full of family events, comedy, film and meet the author activities featuring Kathryn Harkup (author of A is for Arsenic) and Lucy Hawking, whose most recent book George and the Blue Moon, amongst others in the series, were co-authored with her father, Professor Stephen Hawking.
We're also pleased to have returned with great days of events for young children and families on Mother's Day and with a special Family Fun Day at the Botanic Gardens.
The Women in Science Festival is brought to you by the University of Dundee; our major sponsors, The Wellcome Trust and the Biochemical Society.
You can also contact us by sending an email to Revealing Research or by calling us on 01382 386660.
To see what we got up to last year download the 2016 Women in Science Festival Programme.