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The Syndrome

You’ve had it…I’ve had it…Look around you and I bet many people you look at have had it…What I hear you ask…?

Why Imposter Syndrome of course! 613 more words


Open season for female scientists

My post on the Soapbox Science blog

Because I’m a zoologist working in a rather gender-balanced and female-friendly environment, I have for a long time thought that the discrimination of women in STEM is a largely exaggerated problem. 665 more words

In English

Elsie Widdowson - genius of nutrition

This week I’m back on my favourite theme of women in science, and my subject was responsible for the healthiest diet the British population ever had. 579 more words

Women In Science

Welcome to the Wonderful World of G3

Welcome to the new G3: Generation Giga Girls blog! G3 is a new program initiative run through Girls Inc. NYC and funded by Moody’s Foundation to introduce high school girls to the exciting world of data analytics. 186 more words


Forget Kim Kardashian, Alice Bowman is a Name that Should be Famous

When I was a kid, I never learned very few names of women who contributed mightily to our nation and the world. Now, as an adult I am learning for the first time the names of women who were major factors in the world of science and technology and literature, art, engineering, architecture, medicine, research and every other field area. 208 more words

The Struggles of a Female Scientist

I am proud to be a minority in science, but no one teaches you the struggles of being a woman and a chemist.  So, I decided to blog… 514 more words

Mid life career change

This blog entry is a bit of a cheat because it’s a reprint of a blog I wrote for Naturejobs when I started my PhD in January 2015. 652 more words