Deepana Gandhi, an engineer at TeamIndus, recounts what participating in building a spacecraft to the moon means to her.
Smiti Mittal is a 12th grade student from The Shri Ram School Aravali aspiring to engage in impactful research in the field of mathematical biology in the future.
It is imperative for not just the government, but every individual who yields power in science to seek examples, to make the research labs and classrooms accessible and to foster a safe space in these male-dominated areas to make them more inclusive. Only then would STEM be able to unleash its full potential.
I had never felt more acutely aware of the choices that my mother, and many others like her, made – choices that I would not have made – that led to me being here, and how it was both a burden and a privilege to walk along the road they paved.
A. Mani is a researcher in algebra, logic, rough sets, vagueness, mereology and foundations of Mathematics. She is a leading researcher on the foundations of rough sets and has published over 1050 pages in international peer-reviewed journals. An out and proud lesbian, and a feminist, she has also published on gender issues.
Shubhanshi Gaudani is a 17-year-old from Rajkot, Gujarat, who is very passionate about girls getting represented in STEM, robotics, researching nanoparticles, and is a full-time STEMinist.
2018 has witnessed the rise of incredible women in STEM who’ve used intelligence and revolutionary thinking to touch communities all around.
The ‘bitches near me’ search results are a testimony to how we use the internet and is reflective of our patriarchal and sexist cultures.
Many tech giants took a step forward to remove the gender gap in their organisations and have introduced programs for women in STEM.
The principles of science have often been manipulated and distorted to project male superiority, to snatch away choice and consent from women, to subjugate gender minorities.