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Welcome to She Talks Science at Murray Edwards College!
Here you will find information on our blog and upcoming events, as well as downloadable academic resources.
She Talks Science Webinar Series
A series of webinars on a variety of STEM topics for students in Year 12 who identify as female and who are considering studying a STEM subject at university.
Wednesday 10 May, 17:00-17:45: Under Pressure - what happens to the brain after a brain injury (Claudia Smith)
Wednesday 24 May, 17:00-17:45: Making computers dance for rain (Kenza Tazi)
Wednesday 7 June, 17:00-17:45: Lights, Camera, Action! Why the cytoskeleton is the unsung hero of your cells (Mary-Pia Jeyarajasingham)
Wednesday 21 June, 17:00-17:45: Exploring the nonlinear Universe (Ericka Florio)
Wednesday 5 July, 17:00-17:45: Ageing in the immune system: declined vaccine efficacy and the aged germinal centre response (Xin Ge)
To book a place on any of the webinars, please use this online form.
Joining instructions will be sent out the day before each webinar.
In order to receive the instructions, you must have signed up by 16:00 on the Monday before the webinar.
She Talks Science STEP Summer School
An event for students who identify as female and who are intending to apply for Mathematics at a university which requires STEP (Sixth Term Examination Paper).
- Participate in workshops and supervisions dealing with the type of maths found in STEP exams
- Attend Maths talks and Q&A sessions
To apply for a place, please complete this online form.
Applications will close at 16:00 on Tuesday 13 June 2023.
50 places are available and applications will be assessed on academic merit in the field of mathematics.
You will be informed whether you have a place by Monday 3 July 2023.
For insights from female scientists, including school and university students, researchers and those who have followed STEM career paths, visit our blog.
If you're interested in contributing to the blog please email our Senior Recruitment and Outreach Officer.
Below you will find downloadable academic resources, which will enable you to explore particular topics within biology and chemistry in depth. They have been developed by senior graduate students at the University of Cambridge and relate to their respective fields of research. The resources are designed to provide students considering a degree in science the opportunity to explore their subject beyond the curriculum. You can work through these resources independently.