Kolisa Yola Sinyanya, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Oceanography at the University of Cape Town is the face behind the blog. Kolisa is mentored by a Harvard and Princeton graduate, Dr Sarah Fawcett.

The blog is a means of communication between women in science and the rest of the world. I aim to expose the challenges endured, and share strengths of women scientists to inspire the young and old and to crush the status quo that women cannot be powerful scientists. I feature updates about women in the world of science. I interview determined women who are contributing to considerable advancements in their fields of expertise, in the continuously evolving world of science.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Bernadette says:

    I am anxious to read your posts. Perhaps you might want to link your posts on my Feminist Friday feature.


    1. Hello Bernadette, that would be lovely. Looking forward to sharing posts.

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    2. Hello Bernadette, how do I link the posts to your Feminist Friday feature?

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      1. Bernadette says:

        On Friday just put a link in the comments section to your post.

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  2. nadiipp says:

    Great! Would like to read what her research is showing about specific plants. Also I love the work using psychology in leadership and self development at TSiBA by Noma from the Eastern Cape.


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