Instant Genius: Women in STEM

Everything you need to know about women in science, including biographies of inspirational women in science history, interviews with leading women at the forefront of scientific research, and the science behind the issues affecting women in today’s society.

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We speak to Sarah Kember, Professor of New Technologies of Communication at Goldsmiths University about the problems getting women into STEM, the rise of scientism and why Amazon's Alexa is like Joan…

How the background and environments of famous female scientists inspired and influenced their approach to work.


We’ve all heard of the likes of Ada Lovelace, Rosalind Franklin and Marie Curie, but there are many more famous women in STEM that deserve your attention.

Only 12 people have set foot on the Moon, all of them have been men. But none of them could have got there without the efforts and expertise of women.

‘Men die quicker, women are sicker’ is an adage among medical professionals. But is women's health really worse than men's? Gabrielle Jackson explains in this extract from Pain and Prejudice.

Computer scientist Dr Sue Black tells us about the transformative power of technology and saving Bletchley Park.