Thursday February 20, 2020

Inside Story: Science friction

Women pioneering careers in those areas talk about how to shrink the gender skills gap, and to better educate girls, writes Fiona Ness.

24th August, 2013
Emily Cahill from Bray plays with an art installation, Fire Wall by Arron Sherwood, at the launch of Dublin's Festival of Curiosity. Photo: PA

What are the three most powerful words in the English language?

A scientist would answer: "I don't know."

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