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Minerva Scientifica Podcasts 

“Women of Science & Music: 30 celebrations”

 Episode 21: 
A Passion for Fleas
(Miriam Rothschild)

A flea coloured pink highly magnified



A colourful coil of fibre - which becomes a string of dots with letters referring to the TAU protein which becomes a series of musical notes on a stave

A research project investigating the latest research in Alzheimer’s through music, drama and digital arts with the University of Sussex

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A Song for Mary Anning

Check out this fabulous film for our “Song for Mary Anning” by Jack Sewell with lots of help from children from local Devon School who did the singing too!…………………

Joanna Baillie & The Somerville Connexion

What are the Somerville Connexions between Joanna Baillie, Ludwig van Beethoven and Sir Walter Scott? And why is EVT promoting a male composer?!!

St Columba’s Women

See the video of our British Sign Language interpreted celebration of the life of St Columba on the 1,500th Anniversary of his birth, through the sacred music of women composers…..

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A Song for Mary Anning 

Created for the unveiling of a statue of
Palaeontologist Mary Anning (1799 – 1847)
by sculptor Denise Dutton
on May 21st 2022 in Lyme Regis
commissioned by
Mary Anning Rocks

Film by Jack Sewell

Minerva Scientifica

Avril Coleridge-Taylor (1903 – 1998)
Composer & Conductor


Minerva Scientifica sets out to shine a light on Women Scientists and Composers in history and the present day, telling remarkable stories of women who have succeeded against the odds, inspiring the next generation of women to smash through the glass ceiling.

End of Ebba Centre Performance Picture

ECHOES is an ever-growing touring project with and for local communities which focuses on the lives and work of women scientists and composers from each area we visit. New music is created with school groups, community choirs, instrumental ensembles and orchestras in collaboration with local scientists and the evt composers and performers. Contact us now to discuss how to bring the project to your area.

Minerva Scientifica has developed a wide range of flexible performance and lecture recital programmes perfect for Music and Science Festivals, Concert Venues, Theatres, Exhibitions, Conferences, Rural Touring, Schools, Universities and anywhere women in music and science are celebrated.

Audience Workshop British Science Week 2016

Minerva Scientifica has created a series of outreach projects associated with the Performance Programmes in collaboration with the Museum of Life Sciences – King’s College London, and with individual composers and scientists. Have a look at our contribution to British Science Week 2016.


Minerva Scientifica is currently developing a number of new projects featuring women scientists past and present in collaboration with institutions, composers and scientists. If you would like to find out more about developing a new project with us please contact us now.