#International Women’s Day

Flying Scotsman Driven by All-Female Crew to Celebrate International Women’s Day

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This year's International Women's Day - March 8th - saw the world's most famous steam train, the Flying Scotsman, driven by an all-female crew on the East Lancashire Railway (ELR) for only the second time. The crew consisted of three volunteers from the ELR and driver Beth Furness...

20 Historic Female Engineers Who Shaped Our World: Honoring Their Achievements on International Women’s Day

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International Women's Day is a time to celebrate the achievements of women throughout history and to reflect on the progress that has been made towards gender equality. However, while many women have made significant contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), their stories are...

International Women’s Day is all about challenging stereotypes and bias

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This year International Women's Day is all about challenging stereotypes and bias with #PressforProgress. Watch Our Born to Engineer Film Pushing Boundaries - Women in Engineering - Follow Dawn Bonfield on her journey looking at some incredible and inspiring stories of female engineers - could the next...