International Day of Women and Girls in Science
News Story from 11th Feb 2020
11th February each year is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (by resolution of the United Nations General Assembly, 22 December 2015). The Day recognizes the critical role women and girls play in science and technology. It reminds the world that science and technology are being held back by the gender gap and that it is important to encourage girls into STEM careers. The Society for Radiological Protection fully supports this campaign. As well as providing information on the variety of careers in radiation protection, it supports women and girls in their career development.
As a special feature to mark this important Day we are publishing mini interviews with a number of our female members. Scroll through the list to find out what they do and what they studied. You will find it extremely interesting and it really demonstrates the wide range of careers that Radiation Protection offers. We hope that it inspires more women to choose a career in science.
Posted 29th Jan 2020
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