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Every little helps…

Each year International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8th March. This year’s theme is “collective individualism – how our individual actions, conversations,...

Do the small things to make a big difference

Across Europe, students and young people are taking a stance on climate change and demanding action. From Belgium to Germany, youth-led climate protests are...

Anna Atkins Photographic Pioneer

For International Women’s Day 2018, we celebrate the life and work of Anna Atkins, a pioneer of photography. She pushed the technology of her...

International Women’s Day 2017: “Diversity makes my job enjoyable”

For International Women's Day 2017, we asked plant biologist Dr Zoë Popper to write about a typical day in her working life. Here, she reflects on the importance of diversity in her job.

International Women’s Day 2017: Celebrating Professor Winifred Pennington

For International Women's Day, we are celebrating the work and achievements of Professor Winifred Pennington FRS. You can download a free poster of her life at the end of this article.

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