Senior hardware engineer Naomi Mitchison, who graduated with an MEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2009, has been named the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year for her inspirational work with laser warning systems for military aircraft.
Every year Edinburgh Global hold a photography competition for the University's international students. This year's theme was Diverse Edinburgh and 1st prize was won by Andrei Dumitriu, a 4th year Electronics with Bioelectronics student.
WiRES is a network for women either working in, or wishing to work in, the Scottish renewable energy sector. They run a series of events, including site/field visits and expert seminars, and a mentoring scheme.
A professor of behavioural neuroscience at the University of Cambridge has released a version of "She Blinded Me with Science" to raise money for ScienceGrrl. More information can be found on their website:
Equate Scotland are offering grants of up to £500 to female students studying science, engineering, technology or the built environment. The aim is to help students achieve a project or a plan which will enhance their career.