Jo Coles is a a chartered scientist, working as a flood risk modelling and forecasting senior team leader at the Environment Agency. Connect with here on LinkedIn I feel really privileged to have been asked to take part in this campaign so thank you for reading and...
Elaine Baxter is a Chemist and Director of Boutique Innovation People often ask me why I took on a career as a scientist and the honest answer is that for as long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated by science. From an early age I was interested in...
Yesim Kunter is a Play Expert, Futurist. Here she explains how play connects with science and art, bringing left brain thinking and right-brain thinking beautifully together. I’m a Play Futurist…. I love what I do! It is a fascinating role that involves range of...
Tolúlọpẹ́ Ògúnrẹ̀mý is the Founder of the award-winning organisation Coders of Colour. It’s an organisation with the aim of getting under-represented people of colour into the technology industry and providing an opportunity for them to experiment with coding in...
By FRMetS Senior meteorologist, weather presenter, editor and columnist, Kirsty McCabe Did you know that weather presenters don’t “read” a forecast script on TV, but are actually masters of multitasking and improvisation? There’s a lot more to the job of broadcast...
Our girls in STEM mentor, Jan Choudhury, discusses how science can take you to the stars quite literally if you choose to take that path. And how her career evolved to incorporate both art and science. A career in science will enable you to travel the world – and...
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