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WOMEN IN SCIENCE

An interview by Love Louder ;3 guests in 3 continents, who share 1 goal: to elevate the role of Women in Science.UtM founder, Stephanie Okeyo gives insights on women and girls in science,2030 Sustainable Development goals and campaigning for equality, inclusivity and access to science education.

BREAKING THE WALL OF A PLASTIC WORLD CREATED BY HUMANS

Under the Microscope’s Bintimaji & the Ocean project was among the Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the year finalists.A project that involves screening a 3 min animation in schools and public spaces.The aim is to create awareness on plastic ocean pollution and the role of the youth in protecting the oceans.

BREAKING THE WALL OF ‘CLIMATE CHANGE IS NOT REAL’ BUBBLE

Under the Microscope’s -Climate Change series was one of twenty science engagement initiatives chosen to present in Berlin, Germany) Selected as one of top 20 science engagement initiatives globally by Falling Walls Engage. This work was present in Berlin, Germany.

4th INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SCIENCE

A snippet of UtM’s founder Stephanie Okeyo presentation at the 4th International Day
for Women and Girls in Science at United Nation Office, New York.

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