Hypatia Final Publication

This is the final newsletter of the Hypatia project. After three years of intense and rewarding labor, Hypatia’s partners are ready to say goodbye. From the outset, our ambitions were high: change the way sciences are communicated to youth, in and out of school, and open possibilities for both girls and boys to know and…


Gender & STEM Readers’ Digest VOL III

On our second volume of Gender & STEM Readers’ Digest, we bring you the newest Gender Gap Report, a new report by the Pew Research Center’s on workplace inequities, and more.


Successful Industry – Youth panel collaboration

On 8 February 2018, NEMO Science Museum organized the first youth panel of Hypatia where young people collaborate with the industry. Youth panels can be a great way to get business and young people in contact with each other. It is interesting for young people to see the possibilities and get acquainted with future employing…


How to really involve teenagers: Expect Everything!

Often projects are being developed for young people, by adults. In addition, an activity is often tested with young people. But rarely together with young people. In the EU Hypatia project we have approached this differently: we work together with young people and they actively contribute to the project.


Take part in STEM Discovery Week 2018

STEM Discovery Week 2018 is a joint international initiative that invites projects, organisations and schools across Europe and around the world, to celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The tagline for this year’s campaign “say yes to STEM” describes the partners’ open-minded and dedicated support to STEM…


How Are Women In STEM Portrayed In The Media?

  It is a well-documented fact that the STEM fields are ridden with gender disparities as women make up only a small fraction of the workforce. There are several well-known causes to this gender gap and they range from hostile work environments to the perception that science is better suited to men. The concern of…


Hypatia goes to outer space: Creating an exhibition about the spectacular origins of humankind

Since 1989, the Tycho Brahe Planetarium in downtown Copenhagen has been a lure for families, tourists and school kids. One of the strongest selling points from the very beginning has been the gigantic 1000 m2 dome-shaped screen, which gives the visitors the impression of being part of the on-screen action. Yet, the planetarium also wants…


Gender & STEM Readers’ Digest VOL II

On our second volume of Gender & STEM Readers’ Digest, we bring you the newest Gender Gap Report, a new report by the Pew Research Center’s on workplace inequities, and more.


Hypatia inspires new Tech Lab

In Copenhagen, a new gender inclusive tech lab is designed for all kinds of boys and girls. We talk to the designers behind the room and hear about the rational for aiming to create a more inclusive lab setting. In a room with the blinds down and not yet open to the public, a brand…


STEM for toddlers?

Is it ever to early to get to know about science and technology? Not in Demark. In this article for Hypatia Newsletter #4, Experimentarium presents Miniverset, it’s exhibition area just for toddlers and small children.