Echoes from our Stroud Green Festival project in June 2019 are right now resounding through the pages of the Minerva Scientifica Website. We investigated some fascinating women scientists and composers connected with Stroud Green during the 20th Century, with particular emphasis on the Suffragettes of World War 1 You can delight in the voices […]
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Frances Lynch contributed a whooping 40 entries.
The Engine Shed sits at the feet of Stirlilng castle. It is a conservation hub for Historic Environment Scotland, and it hosted Echoes – Minerva Scientifica last year……….
Like Darwin at Down House, there have been many women whose laboratories were based at home.
Reserve your free tickets now for our first performance at the Stroud Green Festival on Thursday 13th June at 6.15pm, HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, Granville Road, London, N4 4EL.
Discover Connections between Inspirational UK Women Scientists and Composers Past and Present
Superwomen of Science Minerva Scientifica Winner of a Three Weeks Editors Award – Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 Singing with Fossils! Our expedition to the Lyme Regis Fossil Festival made us many new friends. These included 100 children from Symondsbury Primary School Dorset, St. John’s Primary School Weymouth, Mountjoy School Dorset and Musbury Primary School, Devon, and the […]
Strength in numbers Minerva Scientifica returns to the Science Museum Lates series with some of our Superwomen of Science – this time it’s Maths! In addition to works by Plowman, Whitley, Frances-Hoad and Bingen the programme features the premiere of Minerva Mathematica by Lynch – listen below View our Photo Album from a great evening […]