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Supporting Girls In STEM

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Supporting Girls In STEM “We have to show girls that they will be loved and accepted, not for being perfect, but for being courageous.” Those are the words of Reshma Saujani, the founder of GirlsWhoCode, a US-based non-profit organization that provides STEM support to women and girls with the aim to increase the participation of […]

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Celebrating Women

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“Women are powerful, loving, caring, and resourceful. They contribute immensely to the material, intellectual, and spiritual development of the family, and the progress of the entire society by bringing up their children into responsible adults. “Also, women are as intelligent and ambitious as men, with as much potential to attain success in their various career […]

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Black Women Inventors

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Have you ever wondered who was the brain behind the invention of the GPS technology with which your smartphone operates? Meet Dr Gladys West, an African-American Mathematician born in 1930 in her hometown Sutherland, Virginia, USA. As a Mathematician, Dr West devoted most of her time collecting and analyzing satellite data from the surface of […]

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Black Women Scientists

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Do you know that the STEM world would not be were it is today without the immense contributions of many black women? Here are two striking examples of black women who have made groundbreaking inventions in the advance of Medical Science. Alice Augusta Ball (1892-1961) is a Black woman Medical Scientist that developed the Ball […]