“To not include women in science would be to deny science and science progress” Baroness Susan Greenfield.

                                                                                                           Image by Andy Miah on Flickr

Many women still find it difficult to break through the science glass ceiling.

Susan Greenfield is a prominent female scientist in UK, a neuroscientist based in Oxford and a Member of House of Lord.

I talked to Susan Greenfield on how she was able to break through the glass ceiling and be at the top of her career.

Why do you think we need women in science?

How would you compare the participation of women in science in UK compared to other countries?

What have you done to help improve the participation of women in science?

How were you able to overcome the challenges faced in your career?

What advice would you give to aspiring female scientists?

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