Dr Kay Tye, from the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, recently had a baby. Keeva is now 10 months old, and has been to the lab, on multiple trips around the world, and even gets a photo in Nature before her first birthday. In March 2013, […]
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Marine scientist Maria Granberg gave birth to her first child in 2006 and took roughly a year off at 80% pay. But in 2010, when she became pregnant with her second child, she was at a more challenging career stage. By then an assistant professor at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, she was building […]
Naturejobs is celebrating Women in Science. Every day this week they are interviewing an inspirational female scientist. To read their conversation with Edwina Dunn, co-founder of dunnhumby which pioneered Tesco Club card, and is now newly starting an enterprise called Starcount, looking at data analytics in the social media space — please click here.
Naturejobs talks to Roma Agrawal, a physicist turned engineer, now working as a structural engineer at WSP Group. To read more about her adventures in engineering and supporting young people in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) studies click here.