Light-Based Technologies To Fight COVID-19
The international day of light, celebrated on 16 May every year should remind all of us of the important contributions of light in science.
Women Promoting Science on Their Successful YouTube Channels
Discover the best science YouTubers who will inspire you in many areas of research.
Opportunities in the Technology Sector That Can Be Taken by Women
Coding jobs represent a unique opportunity for women to exploit their talents and obtain well-paying jobs.
Uses for Our Lives of Apple's New AirTags
Apple AirTags tags will be used to locate personal items such as your keys, backpack or wallet, via Bluetooth.
MiMi Aung, Creator of the Ingenuity Helicopter That Flies on Mars
A female face behind the small helicopter's first flight to Mars.
Fabiola Gianotti, Leader of European Nuclear Council
Italian physics is the first woman to lead the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva.
Analytical Sciences Open New Job Opportunities
Women have been taking a relevant role in scientific communities, however, international indices reflect their low representation in these key scenarios.
Jesús Tabares Connects Talented Women With the IT Industry
Laboratoria Colombia is a proposal that began its digital march to close the gap between female talent demanded by the industry.
Women in SEO: How Does the Industry Work?
Although they were invisible for a long time, women specialized in SEO are being very important for the advancement of this area.
First Arab Woman as Part of the Astronaut Team
After the appointment of Noura Al Matrooshi in the United Arab Emirates, she will proceed to travel to the United States to be instructed at NASA.
Stay Safe While Walking Alone
As Angela Rucci claimed during her Ted Talk called "Text Me When You Get Home," walking alone is scary.
Women in Charge of Technological Platforms and Their Challenges in This Pandemic
Women have played a vital role in the advancement of technology and computing.
First Women Team To Win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Dr. Charpentier and Dr. Doudna developed the Cas9, a new method for genome editing that has revolutionized the molecular life sciences.
Is There Progress on the Issue of Financial Inclusion for Women?
Women in the tech industry have found their place through the most difficult challenges.
7 Amazing Women in the Field of Neurology
The human brain is one of the great unknowns that for centuries has drawn the attention of scientists.
Laura Becerra-Fajardo, a Pioneer Who Provides New Life Opportunities
Laura is an Electronics Engineer with experience in miniature medical devices, including biomedical implants.
5 Women Scientists Who Left Their Legacy for Today
These are some of the most important representatives of these disciplines throughout history.
The Women Who Made the Arrival on Mars a Reality
These are some of the many women who have been crucial in this great step in history.
Isabel Cristina De Ávila: An Unstoppable Conviction in the Tech World
Her enthusiasm and joy run through her veins and are present in her voice, her easy laugh, and a marked accent from the Colombian Caribbean, from her beloved Cartagena.
Projects For Connecting More Girls and Young Women
In order to recognize the role that women and girls play in science and technology, UNESCO established the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
The Social Behavior of The Most Tech-Driven Generation
Generation Alpha, aka the iGeneration, is the first generation entirely born within the 21s century.
App Filters Can Affect Mental Health
The selfie culture puts too much pressure on young people to try to alter their appearance.
Why is Female Participation in Virtual Meetings Not Valued?
Have you ever heard about manterruption? This is when men interrupt women unnecessarily.
Are We Aware of The Importance of Data In Our Life?
Globalization demands a new way of "doing" and in this way the need to adapt to an era that demands great challenges.
The Woman Who Makes Up The Mission to Return to The Moon in 2024
Kathy Lueders is the first woman to lead NASA's human spaceflight division.
How to Get Involved in Closing Gaps
Women are hugely underrepresented in the STEM fields.
It is Possible to Touch The Stars
The sky seems very far away but today more than any other time in history it is within reach for every girl who dared to dream with it.
#LearnOnTikTok: The Educational Side of the Viral App
TikTok's popularity has skyrocketed once again during COVID19 lockdown, but it's not just about fun.
More Talented Women in The Artificial Intelligence Industry
It is important that in the Information and Communication Technologies sector the presence of women is strengthened.
#TechMums: Empowering Mothers Through Technology
TechMums is a not-for-profit that supports moms, making them confident with technology to create a better home environment with their kids.
The Most Powerful Women In Tech
If you are passionate about the tech industry, the following women will inspire you to realize your full potential
7 Mental Health Apps you Need to Know About
Technology has had an impact on the research and treatment of mental illnesses.
The algorithm that makes TikTok addictive
TikTok is in one of the best positions for fast and easy growth as a rising creator.
Meet an Inspirational Woman, the Google Assistant Director
Lilian Rincón is the Senior Director of Product Management at Google and the mastermind behind Google Assistant.
Click, With a Woman's Touch
In the ICT sector, there has been an increase in the participation of women in the various fields it encompasses.
The women in online learning space
E-Learning has democratized education and provided tools for women for their personal growth
WOMEN GAME JAM 2020 is coming
The most famous development sleepover in Latin America, will be held simultaneously in an event convened by organizations from across the continent
The Cyberwomen of America challenge returns
It's the third edition of an event for women of the fourth industrial revolution
Women make the Most Followed and Shared Podcast in Spanish
Ashley Frangie and Lety Sahagún are the creators of "Se Regalan Dudas," one of the most successful podcasts of Latin America.
Influential women in cybersecurity were recognized
Female experts from across America were awarded for their contributions to cybersecurity.
The first moon landing was possible thanks to a woman
Google Doodle made a recent tribute, with a colorful illustration, to a woman that made possible the first moon landing
The world's 50 most famous women in robotics
Analytics Insight has highlighted the most empowered women in global robotics
Tech giants unite against violence and abuse of women
Google, Facebook, Twitter, and UN Women launched an online initiative against gender violence
Does technology help to fall asleep?
A survey by The One Pall revealed that six out of 10 Americans turn to technology for sleep.
Cloud-based electronic system may help to better react to natural disasters
Every year natural disasters kill around 90,000 people and affect close to 160 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization
The two Colombians that will visit Nasa this year
Yorleidy Parra and Kelly Córdoba are two of the 16 Colombian girls who will be visiting the Nasa facilities in March.
Women, STEM careers is what you should opt for
Recent research from LinkedIn, Infoempleo, and the International University of la Rioja, confirms that there is a huge demand of experts in digital careers.
Sex toys are making a comeback to CES 2020
Lora Dicarlo, a sex tech company banned in 2019 from the Consumers Electronic Show, is making a comeback this year.
Christina Koch: new record for women on space
Koch holds the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman; she is expected to return to Earth in February 2020, spending over 300 days.
Mabel Gisela Torres: Colombia's first Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
Last week, Colombia's president Ivan Duque named scientist Mabel Gisela Torres as the minister of the newest Science, Technology, and Innovation Ministry.