The new platform Girls Who Code Girls allows girls to create avatars that reflect themselves outside of the male gaze.
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NASA astronaut Nicole Aunapu Mann is set to fly to space this week with SpaceX’s Crew-5 mission.
The actress and activist passed away, but her legacy lives on among women on-screen – and women in STEM.
Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna created a tool to alter genes. It earned them the top scientific distinction.
From vaccine developments to vital testing kits, women in the science world are making critical strides in helping humanity combat the novel coronavirus.
Mathematician Katherine Johnson passed away. She’s remembered fondly as both a brilliant mind at NASA and a trailblazer for fellow women in science, tech, engineering and math.
Female founders across Latin America are putting down business roots in their home countries, thanks to an abundance of accelerator programs.
A fan of numbers, technologist Sherrell Dorsey of ThePLUG takes a data-driven approach to sharing the stories and struggles of black innovators.
In 1999, Jessica Rovello helped invent viral content as promoter of “The Blair Witch Project.” Now a successful female tech entrepreneur, her firm Arkadium is helping large online publishers engage the internet masses.
Harleen Kaur is a former NASA engineer and Rolls-Royce executive. But growing her mobile social-networking company, uCiC, has been her biggest challenge yet.
New York is fast becoming one of the nation’s most dynamic tech hubs. Minerva Tantoco, the city’s first-ever CTO, intends to take it to new heights.
The deck is stacked against minority female entrepreneurs in one of America’s fastest-growing industries. But an array of initiatives offers hope.
Up-and-coming venture capitalist Sarah Kunst is doing her part to revolutionize the tech and investing industries, despite colleagues with outdated views.
Shaherose Charania, the entrepreneurial force behind Women 2.0 and Founder Labs, was hooked on the Internet ever since she first logged on in high school.
Stemettes is dedicated to eliminating the gender-based “skills gaps” in science, tech, engineering and math across the pond.