Gender Inequality

These 7 women in STEM give timeless advice to other aspiring scientists

In the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths, less than 30% of researchers are women. Image: REUTERS/Jim Urquhart

Ntombizikhona Beaulah Ndlovu

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, iThemba LABS

Amanda Weltman

South African Research Chair in Physical Cosmology, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Cape Town

Amélie Beaudet

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of the Witwatersrand

Judith Koskey

Part Time Lecturer and PhD Student, Egerton University

Marilyn Ronoh

PhD Student and Part-time Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Nairobi

Melisa Achoko Allela

Assistant Lecturer in Animation and Interactive Media Design, Technical University of Kenya

Mercy Muendo

Lecturer in Information Technology and the Law, Daystar University

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