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|11/10/2016 02:06:16||Zoe Nolan|
Ada Lovelace Day - Thayer Prime
Female CEOs and founders are still very rare. So seeing one who has done that multiple times is very cool
CEO, startups, founder, buesiness
|11/10/2016 04:59:02||D E Küchemann||Johanna Weber||Johanna Weber|
mathematics, aerodynamics, Concorde
|11/10/2016 07:25:31||Lucy Harvey||Ada Lovelace Day 2016|
Jennifer Hannant, Heather Murton, Candace Adams and Katie Banks
They are inspiring female scientists within our organisation.
careers, inspiration, science
|English||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|11/10/2016 11:19:19||Andra Keay|
Launching the Women in Robotics network
|All the women in robotics|
Harvard Business Review cites recent studies showing that visibility and mentoring are critical for maintaining women in technology careers. Computer science degrees for women have dropped to below 20% and this is reflected in robotics.
Our goals are threefold:
To encourage local network events. Women get the most professional benefit, mentoring and networking from small events.
To create a global communication platform. The new Women in Robotics network connects individuals around the world for discussion, coordination and inspiration.
To improve the visibility of women in robotics. We’ve been working on this since 2013 through our annual 25 Women In Robotics You Should Know About list, generating awareness about amazing women working in robotics at every career stage.
robotics, engineering, computer science, AI,
|11/10/2016 13:07:04||Andra Keay|
25 Women in Robotics You Need To Know About - 2016
25 Women in Robotics 2016
Women are underrepresented in robotics and even less visible. We shine the light on 25 outstanding women each year in a bid to improve the visibility of women in robotics everywhere.
robotics, engineering, computer science, AI, machine learning
|11/10/2016 11:33:29||Cheralyn Nadal|
Why Roya Mahboob inspires me
Roya Mahboob has helped to create opportunities for women in computing in a country where women are rarely allowed to work, let alone in such a male dominated industry. Funding ten schools of coding through profits earned via her other business ventures, Mahboob gives women the opportunity to learn vital computing skills, from coding to graphic design. She's not let threats from the Taliban stop her efforts to empower Afghan women with knowledge.
Roya Mahboob, women in tech, Ada Lovelace Day, STEM, coding, tech, technolody
|11/10/2016 12:42:55||Mary Mark Ockerbloom||Claudine Picardet||Claudine Picardet|
In France in the 1700s, she was one of the two most prolific translators in chemistry, translating scientific articles in five languages and substantially increasing the availability of knowledge.
translation, chemistry, French revolution, Claudine Picardet, Mme. Guyton de Morveau
|11/10/2016 12:44:54||Mary Mark Ockerbloom||Rose Stern||Rose Stern|
She was an early educator and author of chemistry and the first woman student to become a member of the Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain & Ireland (later the Royal Institute of Chemistry).
Rose Stern, chemistry, history, education
|11/10/2016 14:27:49||Ele Willoughby|
Ursula Franklin for Ada Lovelace Day #ALD16
For me she really personifies the goals of ALD; not only did she represent excellence in science and engineering, but she was a great, perhaps even visionary, thinker on the very role of technology in our society, as well as a fearless and tireless advocate for women in STEM, peace and social justice.
Ursula Franklin, physics, engineering, archeometry, technology, society, peace, feminism
|11/10/2016 23:33:31||Kirschen Seah|
Ada Lovelace Day 2016 – Honouring Allison Sheridan
Her dedication to all things technology - especially women in technology and Accessibility, through her website and podcasts.
|STEM,tech,podcast||English||Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA|