At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Katie Bouman led the project, spearheading a team comprising of researchers from MIT's computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory, the MIT Haystack Observatory, and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Her code enabled this awesome feat.
If you are asked to make a list of Indian women in STEM and your list begins and ends with the name Kalpana Chawla, you’re not alone. There are in fact, numerous Indian women in STEM who have contributed towards shaping science and in that process our lives too. Hence, it is important we know them, appreciate them and acknowledge their struggles.
It's 2016 and Zuckerberg still has a nipple problem. Facebook apparently can't stand breasts and women's nipples but men's are okay.
Online harassment against women has become as common as street harassment in the offline world.
Women are at the forefront of digital rights and security and are not just using digital security, but also creating feminist digital security guides. Below, I curate some of them.
These are five women engineers that are running their own companies or working at the largest firms in the world, smashing stereotypes.
Kamala Sohonie was the first Indian woman to receive a PhD in a scientific discipline; in her case biochemistry.
These 7 Indian women paved paths for themselves in a male dominated field like STEM by proving to be brilliant in their respective fields.
In her new book Inferior, Angela Saini talks about how medical science hasn’t given period pain the significance it deserves.
Here is a list of STEM scholarships offered to Indian women if they would like to pursue their higher education abroad.