Episodes produced with Cavendish inspiring Women, a society at the University of Cambridge that aims to promote the visibility of women working in physics
Professor Kristi Anseth is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
What do we mean by success? Is it all just in the mind? How do our own feelings and the biases of others affect us in the workplace? And how do these factors affect women working in science in particular?
Anna Lombardi is a post-doctoral researcher, studying how light behaves when it interacts with nanoscale objects.
Suchitra Sebastian studies quantum matter, and in particular - superconductors.
Giovanna Cottin is a theoretical particle physicist at the University of Cambridge. While on the hunt for new particles at the Large Hadron Collider in CERN, Giovanna discovered her passion for researching dark matter.
Physicist Jasmine Rivett researches a new type of solar cell, by studying how they work with a super fast laser system.
Dr Susan Haines is a particle physicist working at the Cavendish Laboratory on data from the LHCb experiment at CERN.
Kerstin Göpfrich is a PhD student in the Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge, studying DNA origami - quite literally the art of folding DNA.