Tuesday 9th October 2018 | 4.30pm
Ada Lovelace Day (ALD) aims to address the problem of gender inequality in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) by encouraging people to shine a light on the women in STEM that they admire. By talking about women in these fields, we hope to raise not just their profiles, but the profile of every woman.
Women in STEM Plymouth takes a hands-on approach to ALD, we don’t just want to talk about women in technology, we want to give you a chance to experience some of the amazing tech opportunities available in Plymouth, and is kindly hosted by our friends at ThinqTanq and MESH who will be providing interactive activities and demos around such mysterious things as 3D printing, laser cutting, robotics, and arduinos.
If none if those words mean anything to you, come along to find out more and have some fun! And if you’re already a tech guru, then come along to meet some like-minded people and explore the facilities.
Find out more about Ada Lovelace on Wikipedia here, or about ALD here.