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From the vaccine rollout to mom-guilt, here are the most-read stories on The Story Exchange in 2021.
In 2021, whether they hailed from sports or fashion or the arts, these women made headlines – and differences.
On Long Island, Priyanka Sharma is developing a unique and sustainable technology to improve access to safe water around the world.
These resilient women launched their businesses in a post-Covid world. Now, they are happily pursuing their entrepreneurial goals.
This year has been a ride. All the more reason to pause and reflect on the projects and posts we’re proudest of, we figure.
Director Blerta Basholli of Kosovo talks about her award-winning film, Hive, which explores a mother’s persistence in an oppressed country.
Five innovative female scientists will receive grants of $5,000 each to continue their work related to climate change and the water crisis.
Zhiying Li left cultural restraints in her native China to become a scientist in the U.S. and study water availability.
As a researcher, Cindy Hu is driven to uncover water quality, and help put the information back in the hands of people who can use it.
Inspired by water scarcity in her hometown, Pratiksha Dongare at Rice University is taking a cutting-edge approach to desalination.
In Milwaukee, Paige Peters has built a patent-pending technology that treats wastewater 16 times faster than conventional methods.
Ngozi Okaro left law and a job at Yale to teach immigrant women about sustainable fashion and business practices.
After the COP26 climate summit left some people disappointed, young women continue to fight for the climate around the globe.
‘Mother Tree’ author Suzanne Simard proved that trees are interconnected, challenging the conventions of Western science.