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Women In Science

Dr Gemma Sweeney, University of Huddersfield

Dr Gemma Sweeney: University of Huddersfield

6 June 2016

"Taking a career break doesn’t mean the end of your scientific career- far from it!"

Jess Wade

Jess Wade - WISE Young Women's Board 2015/16

Final year PhD student in the Department of Physics and Centre for Plastic Electronics at Imperial College London.

Eleanor Rowan

Eleanor Rowan

26 November 2015

Being a role model at the Create Your Future event was a really rewarding experience and I’ll definitely be volunteering again!

Kerry Hebden

Dr Kerry Hebden: Discouragement didn't put me off pursuing my love for science

1 October 2015

When I read about other people’s route into science & technology, I am always impressed that most people had a single-minded objective to pursue science and technology from a young age.

Jane Griffiths

Jane Griffiths: Take every opportunity offered to you, even if it seems too challenging

25 April 2015

Jane Griffiths: "Take every opportunity offered to you, even if it seems too challenging"

Anna Shaw

Anna Shaw

13 November 2014

Winner of the 2014 WISE Apprentice Award

Tara Moore

Tara Moore

13 November 2014

Winner of the 2014 WISE Hero Award

Professor Dame Kay Davies CBE

Professor Dame Kay Davies CBE

13 November 2014

Winner of the 2014 WISE Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Jean Manson OBE

Professor Jean Manson OBE

13 November 2014

Highly Commended nominee of the 2014 WISE Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Jane Clarke

Professor Jane Clarke

13 November 2014

Shortlisted nominee of the 2014 WISE Champion Award​

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