Embracing innovation in science and technology to confront global challenges

Cheveners around the world are embracing innovation in science and technology to confront global challenges. Read their stories and find out more about the impact you could have as a Chevening Scholar.

Chevening Alum uses science to solve global and local challenges

We speak with Lundi-Anne to find out what her experience at Queen Mary, University of London was like, and where her career has taken her since she graduated in 2017.

Launching girls' STEM careers into space

After graduating from the University of Surrey with an MSc in Science in Microwave and Radiofrequency Engineering, Paola better understood the importance of young girls being exposed to ‘harder’ subjects. Here she tells us more about ‘Chicas Waskiris’ and how the Bolivian Chevening community is empowering young women.

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Study cyber security on a fully funded Chevening Scholarship

It’s no secret that jobs in cyber security are in high demand. That’s just one of the reasons to choose to study cyber security on a fully funded Chevening Scholarship. We talk to Shumaila Khan, a Chevening Scholar from Pakistan.

Read more about scholars using science and technology for positive change

Silvia Iliana Ramírez Ramírez Supporting girls through STEM education in Mexico

Supporting girls through STEM education in Mexico

Chevening Alumna Silvia Iliana Ramírez Ramírez is a computer scientist, lecturer, and programmer who is passionate about encouraging young people from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds to pursue science education.

Establishing the first one-stop breast cancer clinic in Zambia

Establishing the first one-stop breast cancer clinic in Zambia

Mercy Nachalwe Chipampe is a 2009 Chevening Scholar and a leading expert in radiography and mammography. She has made innovative strides in early cancer detection and treatment in Zambia.

What’s it like to be a woman in engineering?

What’s it like to be a woman in engineering?

Chevening Alumna Bettina Schreck is an engineer currently working in the Office of Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women at the UN Industrial Development Organization. Here she gives an account of what it’s like being a woman in the engineering sector.