Unfortunately, due to the current situation with COVID19, we have decided to postpone the event until later in the year.
Once a new date has been decided, we will make this public & change the Eventbrite page accordingly.
Royal Science Institution, London 7- 8.30pm
How did the brevity of the telegram influenced Hemingway's writing style? How did a young chemist expose the use of Polaroid's cameras to create passbooks to track black citizens in apartheid South Africa?
This talk showcases little-known inventors, particularly people of colour and women, who had a significant impact but whose accomplishments have been hidden by mythmaking, bias, and convention.
The WES Tyne and Tees Cluster Committee would like to invite local WES members to an informal get together on Wednesday 22nd April at Ramside Hall, Durham. Come along and meet like-minded women, and find out about what WES are doing locally and nationally. If you'd like to attend you can email cluster co-ordinator Jo Douglas-Harris on firstname.lastname@example.org, or just turn up on the night and look out for the WES logo on a table.
The University of Warwick warmly invites you to the 18th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists (ICWES18).