International Women's Day 2017: Women leading the way in science and technology
8 March 2017
Celebrated on 8 March every year, International Women’s Day (IWD) was first marked by the United Nations in 1975 and celebrates women’s achievements.
The day marks a call for action for boosting gender parity and includes a range activities such as political rallies, and conferences. This year’s theme is aimed at working towards a more gender inclusive working world.
Here in chemistry, we shine a spotlight on our fantastic female researchers, who are pushing the frontiers in photochemistry, electrochemistry, chemical biology, inorganic and organic materials. Read more.