Thanks to everyone who took part in the 2017 Women in Science Festival, which ran from 4-10 March 2017. Two exhibitions from the programme, HerStory of Science and Signal/Noise : Imaging/Drawing at the School of Life Sciences are open to visitors. More information on each is listed below.
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 2017, we invited you to discover the trailblazing women, past and present, who have made history with their pioneering work in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
SIGNAL / NOISE : IMAGING / DRAWING EXHIBITION
Signal/Noise : Imaging/Drawing is an exhibition of drawings and animations by Manchester-based artist and researcher Daksha Patel featuring recent work based on medical and scientific data, and imaging technologies. Her work is shown alongside artefacts and works of art selected by Daksha from the collections of the University of Dundee.
To make an appointment to visit the exhibition between Monday-Friday, please contact email@example.com
for more information on the exhibition, please visit http://lifespace.dundee.ac.uk
HERSTORY OF SCIENCE EXHIBITION
With the support of Wellcome Institutional Strategic Support Fund, MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit, Athena SWAN at the School of Life Sciences, LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery and the University of Dundee Archive Services.
The Women in Science Festival is brought to you by the University of Dundee and is supported by Wellcome through Institutional Strategic Support Funding.
You can also contact us by sending an email to Revealing Research or by calling us on 01382 386660.