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The universe still has the capacity to surprise us11 February 2022
There is an enormous demand for scientific skills in the world of work. But if not enough women are inspired and encouraged to study science, they risk missing out on the jobs of the future and scientific professions risk losing the perspectives that women bring to the table.
On International Day of Women and Girls in Science we explore why the world needs science, and science needs women and girls.
Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker, award-winning radio astronomer, explains how science is a key part to navigating the complexity of the world that we're in and what can be done to close the gender gap in this field.