STEM Stories

Carpe DiSTEM

Carpe DiSTEM 260 200 Exploristics

By Dearbhála Quinn, Statistician at Exploristics

I’ve always been told that I was a very inquisitive child, or maybe that was just my parents’ polite way of saying I didn’t give them a moments peace, because after watching some …

Keeping Women in STEM

Keeping Women in STEM 260 200 Exploristics

By Dr Caroline O’Hare, Business Communications & Marketing

There’s nothing to stop you from going into science. That’s what my teachers said, and I felt that there wasn’t. I had always been interested in science and had never felt that …

Inspiring Gen Z with the M in STEM

Inspiring Gen Z with the M in STEM 260 200 Exploristics

By Exploristics Statistical Consultancy Team Lead, Linda Warnock

A wise person once said to me. ‘If you enjoy maths and want to take it further then combine it with statistics’. What good advice that was. At school who knew the …

Where are the Women in Stats?

Where are the Women in Stats? 260 200 Exploristics

By Exploristics Business Operations Manager, Frances Denny

What always struck me when I was studying at uni and doing my postgrad was the imbalance of the female/male ratio of those studying Stats. It was even more apparent in postgrad research. …

Celebrating International Women and Girls in Science Day

Celebrating International Women and Girls in Science Day 260 200 Exploristics

But Why?

Frances Denny, Business Operations Manager 11 February 2021

I’d say if you ask anyone that went to school with me, they’d tell you I was the (potentially annoying) student who was always asking the teacher questions, especially when …