Celebrate cosmic superheroes: women in STEM
20 Feb 2019
This International Women’s Day recognise the ‘superpowers’ of some of the UK’s leading women in science.
As part of the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health’s celebration of International Women’s Day #BalanceforBetter, they are proudly welcoming some of the country’s leading female voices in science, in association with The Cosmic Shambles Network.
On Friday, 8 March, join physicist, oceanographer and author Dr Helen Czerski in conversation with:
- Professor Sheena Cruickshank – a senior lecturer and researcher in Immunology at the University of Manchester.
- Dr Suzi Gage – a psychologist and epidemiologist lecturing in and researching recreational drugs and mental health at the University of Liverpool.
- Ginny Smith – a science presenter and writer.
All four women were part of the CSN’s Cosmic Superheroes, a unique photographic celebration of the supernatural powers it has taken for women at the forefront of Arts and Science to establish themselves in their fields.
The talk takes place on Friday, 8 March in Lecture Theatre B, Roscoe Building, from 5:00pm – 6:30pm.
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