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Previous Diversity in Science grants winners


2016 


'Native Biochemists', Joana Moscoso, Native Scientist 


'Bee a Biologist: Empowering Alabama's Aspiring Biologists Through Pollination', Bashira Chowdhury, Auburn University, US


'Who we are', Eva Sharpe, Institute for Cancer Research 


'Hidden Women Wikithon', Jess Wade, Imperial College London and King’s College London 


'Kitchen Table Science', Larissa Paver, freelance science communicator


'Big Bang Bristol', Matthew Lee, University of Bristol 


'Science careers: knowledge influencers and motivators', Thomas Tagoe, GhScientific

 




2015 


'I'm a Scientist, Get me out of here!Angela Monasor, Gallomanor Communications

'LGBTSTEMinar', Elizabeth Hellen, University of Sheffield

'2016 Women in Science Festival', Jon Urch, University of Dundee

'Protein Weaving', Lorna Dougan, University of Leeds

'Chrysallis', Mhairi Stewart, University of St Andrews

'Women of the Future Conference 2016', Samantha Fox, John Innes Centre

'Future Foresters', Ted Wilson, Royal Forestry Society

'Women in Bioinformatics', Vicky Schneider, The Genome Analysis Centre

 

 

2014 


'Dundee Women in Science Festival', Jonathan Urch, University of Dundee

The report on the project is available online.

 

'Access To Forensic and Analytical Science', Dr Marie Goua, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

The blog post on their project and the full report are available online.

 

'I'm a Scientist, Get me out of here: Health Zone', Rosie Schultz

The blog post on their project and the full report are available online.

 

2015 Diversity in Science Grant winners:

Name

Organisation

Project

Angela Monasor

Gallomanor Communications

I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here!

Elizabeth Hellen

University of Sheffield

LGBT STEMinar

Jon Urch

University of Dundee

2016 Women in Science Festival

Lorna Dougan

University of Leeds

Protein Weaving

Mhairi Stewart

University of St Andrews

Chrysalis

Samatha Fox

John Innes Centre

Women of the Future Conference 2016

Ted Wilson

Royal Forestry Society

Future Foresters – Embracing Diversity in the Science and Practice of Forestry

Vicky Schneider

The Genome Analysis Centre

Women in Bioinformatics


2015 Diversity in Science Grant winners:

Name

Organisation

Project

Angela Monasor

Gallomanor Communications

I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here!

Elizabeth Hellen

University of Sheffield

LGBT STEMinar

Jon Urch

University of Dundee

2016 Women in Science Festival

Lorna Dougan

University of Leeds

Protein Weaving

Mhairi Stewart

University of St Andrews

Chrysalis

Samatha Fox

John Innes Centre

Women of the Future Conference 2016

Ted Wilson

Royal Forestry Society

Future Foresters – Embracing Diversity in the Science and Practice of Forestry

Vicky Schneider

The Genome Analysis Centre

Women in Bioinformatics


Image: Dundee Women in Science Festival 2016. 
  • Joana Moscoso, Native Scientist, Project: “Native Biochemists”
  • Bashira Chowdhury, Auburn University, US, Project: “Bee a Biologist: Empowering Alabama's Aspiring Biologists Through Pollination”
  • Eva Sharpe, Institute for Cancer Research, UK, Project: “Who we are”
  • Jess Wade, Imperial College London and King’s College London, Project: “Hidden Women Wikithon”
  • Larissa Paver, freelance science communicator, Project: “Kitchen Table Science”
  • Matthew Lee, University of Bristol, Project: “Big Bang Bristol”
  • Thomas Tagoe, GhScientific, Project: “Science careers: knowledge influencers and motivators”
  • Joana Moscoso, Native Scientist, Project: “Native Biochemists”
  • Bashira Chowdhury, Auburn University, US, Project: “Bee a Biologist: Empowering Alabama's Aspiring Biologists Through Pollination”
  • Eva Sharpe, Institute for Cancer Research, UK, Project: “Who we are”
  • Jess Wade, Imperial College London and King’s College London, Project: “Hidden Women Wikithon”
  • Larissa Paver, freelance science communicator, Project: “Kitchen Table Science”
  • Matthew Lee, University of Bristol, Project: “Big Bang Bristol”
  • Thomas Tagoe, GhScientific, Project: “Science careers: knowledge influencers and motivators”