Scots computer scientist honoured as ‘inspiration to women’



A Scots computer scientist will be honoured at Bletchley Park as part of an initiative to celebrate women in maths and computing for their achievements and ability to inspire others.
Carron Shankland, professor of computing science at the University of Stirling, will receive a Suffrage Science award at the English estate renowned as the location where the enigma code was cracked during the Second World War.
Organised by the Medical Research Council, the awards will be presented to 12 female scientists on October 11.
Professor Shankland successfully led Stirling to a bronze Athena SWAN... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 36
Source: Scotsman
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