Athena Donald is a British physicist who teaches Experimental Physics at the University of Cambridge. Besides her achievements as a scientist, she regularly writes on the topic of women in science. You can read her often on the Guardian where she also writes about various other topics (science, books, arts and science, the academia). To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, she published on Twitter a list of five readings that could inspire women to pursue careers in science. The article, written in the form of an interview, originally appeared on fivebooks.com. You can (and should) read it here. She also has her own blog where you can read about her opinions on role models (very interesting), on flexible working and many more things .Just take the time to browse through her posts. It is worth your time!