Lost Women of Science:  A Webinar Celebrating Women’s History Month

In recognition of Women’s History Month, we are excited to feature a new initiative highlighting women in science: Lost Women of Science. Its mission is to raise awareness of the pivotal role women have played in scientific discoveries and innovations, and to promote interest in STEM education and careers.

In this webinar you’ll learn more about Lost Women of Science from the founders, Katie Hafner and Amy Scharf, as they are interviewed by Julianna LeMieux, senior science writer at Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News.

Katie Hafner
Lost Women of Science
Host/Executive Producer
Amy Scharf
Lost Women of Science
Host/Executive Producer
Moderator: Julianna LeMieux 
Senior Science Writer
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

“For every Rosalind Franklin, Hedy Lamar, or Katherine Johnson whose story has been told, there are dozens more whose stories remain untold to the public at large, or even to contemporaries in their field…We believe it is imperative -now more than ever- to tell the stories of women who have shifted our understanding of the world around us but have been lost to history.”

(Source: The Rosalind Franklin Society)