Ada Lovelace Day Podcast
About This Show
Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology engineering and maths which aims to increase the profile of women in STEM and create new role models for both girls and women studying or working in STEM.
Most Recent Episode
Ep 16: Fire engineering, Liquid Paper, and understanding memory and cognition
This month, Kristen Salzer-Frost introduces us to the relatively new discipline of fire engineering. And Nicole George and Cordon Purcell talk about why neuropsychologist Dr Brenda Milner’s work on memory and cognition has been so influential.
Our Discovery of the Month is the intriguing story of Liquid Paper, invented by Bette Nesmith Graham in 1951.
The Ada Lovelace Day podcast highlights the work of women in STEM. We talk to women from around the STEM world about their careers, as well as talking to women and men about historic and modern women’s achievements, discoveries, and inventions.
Tickets to our annual science cabaret, Ada Lovelace Day Live!, on 10 October in London are on sale now at the Early Bird price of just £10! You can find out more about our fabulous speakers and book your tickets on our website, at findingada.com.
Find out more about our podcast on our website, findingada.com/podcast/.