girls STEM event

next event: 14th July 2018
10am - 4pm [Doors open 9am]
University Technical College Portsmouth


Katharine Scott Oxford Brookes University: Orangutan behaviour and feeding ecology in an oil palm plantation in Indonesia

Kwelina Kaminsha BioCity: Ideas behind editing your genes

Clare Boston University of Portsmouth: Melting of glaciers in Arctic and Antartica, and how this impacts sea-level rise  

Louise Jupe University of Portsmouth: Lie detection - myths and modern understandings

Michelle Cowley Radioactive Waste Management Ltd: How the UK’s nuclear waste packages will evolve in an underground geological disposal facility over thousands of years.  

Eman El Briri University of Portsmouth: Engineering

15.00 - 16.00 Break Out Session 

apply to be a speaker

Are you a woman working in STEM? Want to do your part to inspire the next generation? Apply to be a speaker today!

We are looking for a range of female speakers to share their research on the day and take part in panel discussions. 

Tell us a little about you and your research, and we'll be in touch to let you know if you have been selected as one of our 15 women in STEM. 

If selected you will be offered FREE science communication training and guidance on how to give engaging public talks on complex STEM topics.


support the event

Support our mission to inspire girls in STEM and improve the visibility of women in the field. 

We have funding packages available as well as bespoke packages to better meet your needs

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