Strathclyde successes

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Women in STEM and academia

Dr Victorita Dolean, a Reader in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is part of an international team of mathematicians who won the prestigious Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize.

Strathcyde graduate Vicky Hamilton invented and brought to market an upgraded kneepad that is said to decrease pressure on knees by 76 per cent.

The Academic Women Now brochure, published by the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Young Academy profiled 33 female academics in Scotland, including five at Strathclyde: Ashleigh Fletcher; Faye Hammill; Eva Hevia; Sinead Rhodes and Daniela Sime.

Prof. Rebecca Lunn was officially honoured alongside prominent figures from the fields of science, law, politics and the arts as part of an inaugural ‘Outstanding Women of Scotland’ list. 

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