A Chemical Imbalance (2013)
A Chemical Imbalance comprises a short book and documentary film, which together celebrate female scientists and look at why women are still so under-represented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics).
The University of Edinburgh’s School of Chemistry has a long history of successful female chemists, with a significant number now holding senior academic positions. This project asks why, and aims to highlight some of the persistent challenges faced by women in STEM.
In collaboration with Marie Liden, Cameron Conant and Prof. Polly Arnold, in association with The Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Award and the School of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh.
© 2013 The Royal Society.