As we mark the 9th International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Project Perseus is thrilled to join the global community in celebrating the achievements of women and girls in the field of science. This special day, recognised worldwide on 11 February, underscores the importance of achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls who are contributing to the field of science.

Honouring our scientists

At Perseus, we are proud to have a diverse team of brilliant minds driving our mission forward. Our female scientists come from various backgrounds, each bringing unique perspectives, creativity, and relentless dedication to our work. They are at the forefront of innovation, contributing to groundbreaking research that paves the way for a better future.

To commemorate this important day, we are launching a social media campaign to highlight the stories, achievements, and contributions of our female scientists. Through a series of posts, videos, and live Q&A sessions, we aim to inspire the next generation of women and girls to pursue their passion for science and to break the barriers that hold them back.

Join us in celebration

We invite you to join us in this celebration by following our social media channels and sharing the stories of these remarkable women. By doing so, you help us amplify their voices and shed light on the critical role that women and girls play in science and technology.

A call to action

The 9th International Day of Women and Girls in Science is not just a day for celebration but also a call to action. We must continue to push for policies and practices that promote gender equality in the scientific community and ensure that women and girls have equal access to science education and opportunities.

As Perseus continues to strive for excellence in research and innovation, we remain committed to fostering an inclusive environment where all scientists can thrive and contribute to their fullest potential.

Join us in making the 9th International Day of Women and Girls in Science a turning point towards a more inclusive and equitable scientific community.