At the end of an exciting three weeks, we would like to send out our thanks to you all for being a part of an exciting and successful Women in Science Festival programme this year.
We'll be back again in March 2016, with another festival of events to celebrate women in science, technology, engineering and maths. In the meantime, keep in touch with us through the Dundee Women in Science Facebook page, where you can continue to share your highlights and photos from the 2015 Women in Science Festival.
The Women in Science Festival, the UK's only festival 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.
Material Concerns - Exhibition
Date: 6 Feb 2015 – 30 May 2015,
The Women in Science Festival is brought to you by the University of Dundee; our major sponsors, The Wellcome Trust and brightsolid; and our partners the Biochemical Society, Abertay University, the James Hutton Institute, Dundee Science Centre, Hannah Maclure Centre and Dundee Women's Festival.
Women in Science is a collaboration between the University of Dundee, Abertay University, Dundee Science Centre, the James Hutton Institute and the Dundee Women's Festival. We always welcome new partners and supporters, so please get in touch if you want to be part of this festival.
We welcome suggestions on events and speakers that would enhance the festival in 2016. Please get in touch with the team at email@example.com or call us on 01382 386660.
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Women in Science Festival aims to:
Supporting women works! - research shows that young girls who have had interactions with women from STEM subjects are more interested, and more likely to pursue an education in a STEM subject
Supporting Women in Science at the University of Dundee
The University of Dundee and its College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing have both been awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze Award.