A SERIES FEATURING FEMALE LEADERS IN TECH, SCIENCE AND BUSINESS WHO SHOW WHY THE WORLD WORKS BETTER WHEN GIRLS GO TO SCHOOL
“Science is more than just a few planets and ecosystems, but rather a way in which we can help people and the world around us,” shares Mehaa Amirthalingam.
Meet Team Auj, the first all-female team from Pakistan to compete in Formula Student.
Betelhem is working to equip girls with the skills they need to work in their country’s growing tech industry.
Betelhem Dessie ayuda a otras chicas a aprender las habilidades que necesitan para laborar en el creciente sector de la tecnología de su país.
Betelhem Dessie aide les filles à acquérir les compétences dont elles ont besoin pour travailler dans l’industrie technologique en pleine croissance de leur pays.
تساعد Betelhem Dessie الفتيات على تعلم المهارات التي يحتجن إليها للعمل في صناعة التكنولوجيا المتنامية في بلادهن
11-year-old student reporter Anya Sen sat down with Vivian Graubard to discuss working for the White House, representation in tech and her new book, “Yes She Can.”
Roma builds some of the tallest buildings in the world, now she's working on tearing down gender bias in engineering.
Archaeologist Maddison Miller creates space for Aboriginal voices in cultural heritage and STEM.
15-year-olds Taylor Richardson and Lana Taylor joined forces to create a film on the importance of inclusion and representation in STEM.
On the reboot of “Mythbusters, Jr.,” Valerie Castillo, Rachel Pizzolato and Allie Weber are busting the myth that girls aren’t good at science.
High school student Karina Popovich founded the organisation Connect With Tech to introduce STEM to communities that haven’t been exposed to the beauty of engineering.
The founder of the student-led Zero Hour movement writes about her activism, the discrimination she experiences and why youth are going to save us from the climate crisis.
My name is Hillary Yip and I launched my startup MinorMynas three years ago when I was 10 years old.
Dr. Seema Jayachandran, a development economist at Northwestern University, gives Assembly readers a brief overview of Malala Fund’s latest report in this video.
We asked women who are at the top of their games to share what you need to know to be at the top of yours.
The 18-year-old from South Africa never would have guessed the impact her simple science project would have on her — and the world.