Pic Alan Richardson Dundee, Pix-AR.co.uk
Jocelyn Bell Burnell first female President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh who gave a talk on Saturday at the University of Dundee's Dalhousie building looking at the under representation of women in STEM subjects if this is changing and comparing representation in Scotland with other countries.
Dundee is celebrating the achievements of women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) with the 2015 Women in Science Festival taking place from 7th-28th March. A total of 45 family events, exhibitions, film screenings, fun days, talks and other events are taking place across the city in March, and the Festival is supported by many of the internationally acclaimed female scientists and researchers working at institutions in Dundee. Led by the University of Dundee this is the UK’s only Festival that celebrates women in science and this year will present a range of film screenings, exhibitions, talks and family fun days