25/04/2019

Breaking through...

Black Hole

What a stunning breakthrough. Made possible by the brilliant research of 29-Year old Computer Scientist, Katie Bouman...

Katie Bouman

bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-47891902

time.com/5568063/katie-bouman-first-image-black-hole/

A breakthrough. In so many ways. And an inspiration. An inspiration to the next generation of young female students considering a future in STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

Students like our’s, already energised and empowered by a range of special, long-term programmes, including...

Our first, groundbreaking, Girls in IBM project, launched over ten years ago now with one of the first participants, Sadie Hawkins, going on to become Young Apprentice of the Year...

Think!
Sadie Hawkins

Or this January our Year 8s at Harwell Campus taking part in the Faraday Challenge solving relishing the opportunity to solve STEM engineering problems...

Year 8s

And in December Sixth Formers at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratories on a studying the use of lasers...

Rutherford

Breaking through. Encouraging our young women to be game changers in every way, and inspiring the next generation to follow. And also just by coincidence...

www.newburytoday.co.uk/news/sport/26880/carys-and-cara-return-for-international-showdown.html

Carys and Cara

www.newburytoday.co.uk/news/sport/26986/cox-earns-plaudits-from-tyrrells-15s-side.html

Carys Cox

 

 

 

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