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Engineering gender equity
A multi-pronged approach to welcoming women into the chemicals sector
#YouthMatters: IBM's Amira Abbas on quantum computing and AI
Womandla Foundation set to host 2021 Women in Steam Awards
Report: Gender-responsive research key to farm productivity, tackling Africa's agricultural threats
How wheat straw, mango peels could be used for renewable food packaging
Celebrating International Day of Women in Science at Sappi
Local #WomeninScience breaking barriers, adding value to scientific community
UCT doctoral candidates win L'Oréal-Unesco award
Gender equality - Past, present and future
Study sheds light on what it takes for women to succeed - or not - in science in Africa
Momentum #SheOwnsHerSuccess | Womentum Tribe Virtual Essay
What can be done to better support women pursuing their PhDs in Africa
NWU boasts two of Mail & Guardian's most outstanding young South Africans
Prominent VUT scientist on steering committee of International Science Forum
Women in data should be more than just reality
Moves are afoot in Africa to keep more women in science careers
#WomenInScience: Female titans of tech in South Africa
Women in STEM roundtable highlights need for strategic initiatives
#WomenInScience: Future of women in science depends on investment in tech, innovation
#WomenInScience: Linda Mahlangu on making her mark as a metallurgist
#StartupStory: AstroComms provides STEM knowledge for all
20 awarded in regional L'Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Young Talent Awards
Women in STEM receive academic boost
Conference calls on women to embrace - not fear - technology disruption
Women in Africa.
#InspiringFiftySA nominations draws to a close
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UCT student receives L'Oréal-Unesco doctoral fellowship
Top (l-r): Cindy Mkaza-Siboto, Sam Beckbessinger, Carryn Ortlepp, Tegan Phillips. Middle (l-r): Ndoni Mcunu, Lauren Jacobs, Penelope Cox, Nicki Spies, Ruth Hall. Bottom (l-r): Verity Price, Adewale Adejumo, Richard Mulholland, Jared Molko, Preston Jongbloed.
Melody Xaba and Dr Judey Pretorius were announced as winners. © .
Why more women don't win science Nobels
SU female scientists outperform at 2018 WISA
Promoting STEM careers through TechnoGirl programme
Professor Soraya Seedat. Photo: Damien Schumann
Here's how to encourage more girls to pursue science and math careers
Image by Rhoda Baer,
Next Einstein Forum survey to measure gender gap in African STEM education
African mothers in science need more support. Providing it is actually easy
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2017 LOreal-UNESCO For Women in Science Sub-Saharan Africa regional fellowship recipients
Shyft crowned MTN Business App of the Year
Top scientists recognised at Women in Science Awards
#WomensMonth: SweepSouth's Aisha Pandor keeps on climbing
Winners of Africa innovation challenge
First Johnson & Johnson Africa Innovation Challenge winners
Red Hat 2017 Women in Open Source Awards finalists
New FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme to boost women in biosciences
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