Girls in STEM: World news
Vogue: “At the age of 20, above anything else in the world, I aspired to become an ambassador, the first Crimean Tatar woman in this position. I wanted to integrate my people into high-level international politics. Now, my ambitions have changed, I understand that my position is mostly about responsibility and opportunities,” says Emine Dzhaparova.
SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE: Schriever’s 2nd Space Operations Squadron, the providers of GPS signals to billions of users worldwide, made history July 23 when a crew of eight women space operators gained satellite control authority of satellite vehicle number 76.
ABC News: 12-year-old Lydia Denton from North Carolina won a $20,000 prize for her invention, a car seat device that measures the temperature of a car and alerts parents and emergency officials when the temperature inside the car reaches 102 degrees.
VID SEBE: Researcher and Electric Power Engineer Daria Nemashkalo: "For Some Reason, My Profession Is Not Considered Female"
VID SEBE: If you say the word "scientist", what image is there in your mind? And what about "electrician"? It is worth throwing them out of your head. Because, we are going to tell about the 25-year-old researcher and electric power engineer Darina Nemashkalo, who moved from Mariupol to the Netherlands to change the world for the better. She tells about the routine life of scientists, works in a multinational male team, and explains why girls should go to work in this field. [Rus.]
PRYAMIY: NASA chief Jim Bridenstine has announced that Kathy Lueders will be the first woman to head the US National Space Agency's manned spaceflight program. [Ukr.]
BBC: BBC: Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan becomes the first person to travel to space and ocean's deepest point. Last Sunday, Dr. Kathy Sullivan made history by going to the bottom of the Mariana Trench at a depth of 11 km. [Ukr.]
UKRAYINSKA PRAVDA: Meet the First Female Diver in Ukraine Who Is 70% More Efficient Than Other Applicants
UKRAYINSKA PRAVDA: Nineteen-year-old Kateryna Nikitenko became the first woman in Ukraine to be trained and qualified as a diver. During the training, the girl spent more than 650 minutes underwater and dived to a 30-meter depth. She also won the all-Ukrainian aquathlon competition. [Ukr.]
POVAHA: Satellites and water extraction on asteroids: what does Maria Yarotska do at the space agency?
POVAHA: For three months, Maria Yarotska has been working as an advisor to the head of the State Space Agency of Ukraine on startup acceleration. Maria told Respect why the space agency needs startups and what they will be like. The woman also shared her impressions of what it is like working in a male-dominated industry. [Ukr.]
VGorode: The Bucha City Council announced that Anastasia Prokopchuk, a student of the 5th grade of Bucha School №1, got a letter with an invitation. It turned out, the girl took part in the international competition Girls in Science that is held under the royal family patronage. During the competition, Anastasia was studying the growth of plants in a vacuum and took third place. [Rus.}