A PubSci event curated by Melissa Marr will showcase the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) via the annual Ada Lovelace evening.
Innovator, pioneer and widely acknowledged as the world’s first computer programmer, Ada has become a figurehead for the accomplishments of women in STEM.
To celebrate this PubSci has brought together researchers from a range of fields to share their experiences, research and talk about what inspired them to enter science.
Among them are:
Dada Gottelli, Zoologist and Chief Technician at the Institute of Zoology
Natasha Almeida, Doctoral Researcher in Meteorics, Natural History Museum
Eileen Cox, Head of Postgraduate Studies, Natural History Museum