To mark International Women's Day, we take a look at a handful of female scientists who have made the world a better place.
As we recover from the pandemic in the future, we must support women and minorities in STEM to ensure the gains in representation we have made are not lost.
Connecting subjects students enjoy to athletics and physical fitness can help encourage them to pursue cross-disciplinary studies and cultivate self-motivated learning.
Scientists looked at common introductory college biology textbooks for their study.
In the field of Earth Sciences, there has been no progress for decades.
Merit Ptah is frequently cited as the first female physician—even though there is no solid evidence she existed, says medical historian Jakub Kwiecinski.
The unofficial motto of the new elementary school is "Follow your dreams, even if they take you to the moon."
With a combined crew of 300, spread over 30 voyage legs, we'll journey through our planet's most vital and diverse marine environments.
The research adds to the evidence that tests don't only measure how smart individuals are, but also other skills like perseverance and motivation, an expert told "Newsweek."
Female STEM professionals are less visible and paid less than their male counterparts.
"They don't get what we went through yesterday. They don't get what it's like to have to run for your life," said a student at the Colorado high school where two shooters killed a student and injured nine others.
Without female STEM role models, we risk acquiescing to a world where even brilliant minds like Bouman are dragged into discriminatory devolutions.
"No, no, no," Ivanka Trump told her father, shaking her finger.
This suit comes on the heels of another filed by a group of women alleging gender discrimination.
"Mr. President, would America really be greater without us?" Democratic Congressman Ro Khanna, whose parents are Punjabi and immigrated to the U.S. from India, asked.
"It was an honor to meet so many bright and talented students!" Ivanka Trump tweeted.
Science still doesn't welcome the contributions of women.
"To work with this administration in any capacity is to normalize it, and all of the hate and bigotry it represents," Reshma Saujani wrote in an op-ed.
"Bringing science to the people brings people into science. This matters to me, to you, to the world as a whole," Hawking has said of the award.
It's the second year in a row that the nation's capital won the crown.
The prime minister will promote the 'great union of nations' of the United Kingdom in Scotland visit.
In a collaboration with Ars Electronica, the space agency will host an arts and science residency.