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Women in Chemistry
Breaking through the glass ceiling can be tough, especially when you are a woman in a traditionally male-dominated field.
Babes of Science
Most people can’t name a single female scientist besides Marie Curie. We hope to change that.
Lady Paragons – Lady Paragons is “building a community to tell the stories of women in STEM, showcase Women’s STEM organizations, and provide a platform where ladies can help ladies succeed in STEM careers.” They have a podcasting series that interviews women in STEM, with each podcast lasting 15-30 minutes each.
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics ON THE AIR! – Radio stories (some about women, some that interview female scientists) on programs, practices, and individual biographies on women in STEM. One collection of podcasts highlights the achievements of women with disabilities in STEM.
STEM XX – A podcasting series that interviews women in STEM about who they are and their careers. To date, there are 20 interviews that last 20-30 minutes each.