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.

Also you can read about how our very own Head of Department, Professor Claire Carmalt is leading the way in science and technology...full story available on Yahoo News.