Women in STEM

Posted by Rosalind Kemp on 14 October 2014

Portrait of Ada Lovelace by Alfred Edward Chalon - public domain

 

Today is Ada Lovelace day, an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Lovelace is widely held to have been the first computer programmer with her 1842 notes on Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine becoming one of the critical documents to inspire Alan Turing’s work on the first modern computers in the 1940s.

 

Here are some of the articles released today celebrating women who work in STEM.

 

If you've found these stories inspiring here are some of our top resources from Careers Tagged offering professional support to women in science, technology, engineering and maths.

You can find graduate jobs and internships in Engineering, Science and IT on JobOnline.

 

Portrait of Ada Lovelace by Alfred Edward Chalon in the public domain. Found via wikimedia commons.

Topics: STEM, Diversity

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