Ann is an innovator in the field of luminescence dating, a technique that helps us to find out when things like past climate change happened
Ijeoma's reseach into the targeted delivery of pharmaceuticals and establishing new nanotechnology concepts secured her numerous patents.
She's a physicist, science presenter, and director of Cheltenham Science Festival, renowned for her commitment to promote science for all.
Vicky Stewart is an acoustic consultant, who champions Atkins's outreach and STEM initiatives at Atkins, inviting young people to try engineering.
She applied her biomedical engineering expertise to pioneer the development of patient-specific devices for non-invasive heart surgery.
She's a physicist on a mission to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers by raising the profile of STEM in popular culture.
She realised her dream of becoming an engineer after raising her children. An eager STEM advocate, she published a STEM resource booklet.
She applied her love of maths and physics to designing schools, hospitals, workplaces and cultural venues. She encourages diversity in engineering through work with the RAEng.
A renowned leader in the field, her commitment to sustainability inspired a career combining roles in consultancy, management and academia.
A design manager of multidisciplinary infrastructure projects, her early yet chance encouters with engineering led her to become a STEM advocate.
Accomplished researcher in formal methods for stochastic modelling, with applications ranging from biochemical processes to bike sharing systems.
An outspoken advocate for advancement of women in engineering and in research, she chaired the Gender Equality Task Force at the NUI Galway.
Outside of teaching and research, she seeks to make a difference to the proportion of women who enter into the scientific profession and their career progression.
Helen gained reputation for her research in physical chemistry, carrying out experiments that are highly original and difficult to perform.
Through her environmental engineering expertise, she helps to preserve iconic UK heritage sites and to bring them into the 21st century.
She's built a highly successful career managing energy solutions at major retail brands. She's keen and skilled in promoting engineering.
She is building a Mars Rover to be launched in 2020. She's a STEM ambassador to address the lack of understanding about engineering careers.
Biomedical researcher, founding scientist of ApaTech. She invented a synthetic bone graft substitute which helps patient recovery worldwide.
The first woman President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, Ann's focus is to encourage more people to consider careers in engineering.
Distinguished experimental physicist and committed equality and diversity advocate within academia and in the broader professional community
A trainee at the dawn of software, Jayne's career progressed alongside the industry. She's an accomplished project manager and STEM advocate.
Alongside her career in the gas transmission industry, she supports young people in career planning through school events and mentoring.
Director and inventor of StairSteady, Kids Invent Stuff + a few others. Coffee-fuelled speaker, engineer, trustee, curator, STEM ambassador.
Chartered chemical engineer in the world of energy, WES Young Members' board, one of the #BBCExpertVoices
From Mexico City, now studying Robotics at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, UK.
Currently undertaking her first placement as part of Instron graduate scheme.
Received several awards for innovation, design and craftsmanship and now runs her own Jewellery business, designing and making jewellery collections, exhibiting in galleries and shows around the UK as well as designing and making bespoke pieces for private clients.
Works for Matchtech, a specialist engineering recruiter in the UK, placing niche engineers in Maritime positions all over the world
Senior Civil Engineer, Taylor Woodrow
A graduate consultant at Corporate Risk Associates which is a Risk Management Consultancy providing services to a wide range of sectors including nuclear, chemical process and oil and gas
Kate Bunting is a Principal Engineer at Ramboll with experience in structural and multidisciplinary projects. After completing her studies at the University of Sheffield she joined us as a Graduate Engineer.
Senior lecturer in Biomaterials within the School of Engineering and Materials at Queen Mary University of London
Structural Engineer on The Shard, Builder of Big Stuff, Public Speaker, TV Presenter, Board Director, Physics degree. Author of BUILT (2018)